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Soul Music (Paperback)

Author:  Terry Pratchett
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Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 8497937635
ISBN-13: 9788497937634
Sku: 203018804
Publish Date: 10/30/2005
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 7.5H x 5L x 1T
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Follows the adventures of Death's granddaughter, who enjoys her inherited family job until she falls in love, and Imp the Bard, who finds ill luck in the attainment of a dream come true.
The Discworld learns to rock 'n' roll in the 15th installment of the humorous fantasy series. Harpist Imp y Celyn (or, as he's called later, Buddy Holly) gets a guitar from a mysterious shop, and invents an entirely new type of music: Music With Rocks In It. Soon, the phenomenon sweeps the city of Ankh-Morpork, and everyone wants to play such great tunes as "Good Gracious Miss Polly" and "Pathway to Paradise." But what terrible price will Buddy and his band have to pay for their unearthly music? That all depends on Susan Sto Helit, a schoolgirl who's just discovered that she's Death's granddaughter (by adoption) and is required to fill in for her dear old granddad, who's gone AWOL again.
Author Bio
Terry Pratchett
Terry Pratchett's published his first story when he was only 13 years old. "The Hades Business" originally appeared in a school magazine and, two years later, it was re-published in Science Fantasy magazine, making him a professional writer at the age of 15. His first novel, THE CARPET PEOPLE, was published in 1971 and followed the adventures of a society of microscopic people living in, well, a carpet. Essentially, a children's novel in the vein of John Peterson's THE LITTLES (who, incidentally, would be giants compared to Pratchett's people) and the like, the novel paved the way for Pratchett's style of "grounded" fantasy. Many of his novels are feature fairly traditional fantasy elements in fairly traditional fantasy settings, but almost all of these settings are microcosms of the "real" world--in the case of the Discworld series, for example, all the action takes place on a flat planet that sits atop the backs of four immense elephants who, in turn, ride on the shell of an enormous turtle travelling through space. The Discworld books, which form the bulk of Pratchett's literary work and are his most well-known titles, initially began as extremely clever, and very funny, parodies of fantasy fiction and have slowly morphed into being much more. His 1989 novel, PYRAMIDS, was awarded the British Science Fiction Award and a collaboration with Neil Gaiman, GOOD OMENS, was nominated for the 1991 World Fantasy Award. A prolific author, Pratchett is a consistent best seller in England, where, according to some estimates, his fiction accounts for a little over 1% of ALL books sold in any given year.
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