Terry Pratchett – Lords And Ladies – First Edition 1992

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Terry Pratchett – Lords And Ladies – First Edition 1992

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£125.00

A first edition published by Victor Gollancz Ltd in 1992. A fine book without inscriptions or page blemishes. It comfortably lies in a near fine, unclipped dust wrapper with just a little wear to the edges.
The book is a humorous and fantastical novel set in Pratchett’s beloved Discworld series. Published in 1992, it satirises fantasy tropes and fairy tales. The narrative centres on the impending royal wedding in the kingdom of Lancre, disrupted by the return of the elves. Pratchett cleverly weaves themes of love, magic, and folklore while providing a comedic commentary on societal norms. The story blends wit with astute observations, featuring memorable characters like Granny Weatherwax and the mischievous elves. “Lords and Ladies” showcases Pratchett’s unique style, combining fantasy elements with satire, making it a delightful and thought-provoking read.


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A first edition published by Victor Gollancz Ltd in 1992. A fine book without inscriptions or page blemishes. It comfortably lies in a near fine, unclipped dust wrapper with just a little wear to the edges.
The book is a humorous and fantastical novel set in Pratchett’s beloved Discworld series. Published in 1992, it satirises fantasy tropes and fairy tales. The narrative centres on the impending royal wedding in the kingdom of Lancre, disrupted by the return of the elves. Pratchett cleverly weaves themes of love, magic, and folklore while providing a comedic commentary on societal norms. The story blends wit with astute observations, featuring memorable characters like Granny Weatherwax and the mischievous elves. “Lords and Ladies” showcases Pratchett’s unique style, combining fantasy elements with satire, making it a delightful and thought-provoking read.