The Art of Discworld - Gollancz S.F. (Paperback)
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The Art of Discworld - Gollancz S.F. (Paperback)

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Paperback 128 Pages / Published: 20/10/2005
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A sumptuous illustrated journey through Terry Pratchett's DISCWORLD; a companion volume to THE LAST HERO

In THE ART OF DISCWORLD, Terry Pratchett takes us on a guided tour of the Discworld, courtesy of his favourite Discworld artist, Paul Kidby. Following on from THE LAST HERO, THE ART OF DISCWORLD is a lavish 112-page large format, sumptuously illustrated look at all things Discworldian. Terry Pratchett provides the written descriptions while Paul Kidby illustrates the world that has made Pratchett one of the best-selling authors of all time. Here you will find favourites old and new: the City Watch, including Vimes, Carrot and Angua, the three witches - Granny Weatherwax, Nanny Ogg and Magrat Garlick - and the denizens of the Unseen University Library, not forgetting the Librarian, of course. They're all here in sumptuous colour, together with the places: Ankh-Morpork, Lancre, Uberwald and more ...

No Discworld fan will want to be without this beautiful gift book.

Publisher: Orion Publishing Co
ISBN: 9780575077126
Number of pages: 128
Weight: 695 g
Dimensions: 279 x 239 x 11 mm

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“attractive but fairly pointless”

My reveiw of this companion book is pretty much summed up by my title - attractive, but fairly pointless.

Paul Kidby's artwork is, as always, beautiful, but there is a slightly repetitive nature to his drawings... More

Paperback edition
28th July 2010
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“attractive, but fairly pointless”

My reveiw of this companion book is pretty much summed up by my title - attractive, but fairly pointless.

Paul Kidby's artwork is, as always, beautiful, but there is a slightly repetitive nature to his drawings... More

Paperback edition
28th July 2010
Helpful? Upvote 10

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