How does the book Mort end?

How does the book Mort end?

Death dismisses Mort and attempts to take the souls of Keli and Cutwell, but Mort challenges him to a duel for them. Though Death eventually wins the duel, he spares Mort’s life and sends him back to the Disc.

Can I read Mort first?

As you can see Mort is a separate series from the Rincewind novels (i.e. The Colour of Magic, The Light Fantastic, etc). Chip I highly recommend starting with this one. I started with The Color of Magic and it took 6 years for a friend to convince me to try again with this one.

Can I start Discworld with Mort?

Mort is Pratchett’s most commercially succesful book precisely because it’s an easy one to start off with.

What book should I start with Terry Pratchett?

Terry Pratchett The Carpet People is the perfect read to get anyone acquainted with Pratchett’s truly unique style of storytelling – it’s his very first book after all! This epic fantasy follows a tribe called The Munrungs, across their world known as the Carpet.

Is Mort in any other Discworld books?

Mort is a Discworld novel by Terry Pratchett and also the name of its main character. Published in 1987, it is the fourth Discworld novel and the first to focus on the Death of the Discworld, who only appeared as a side character in the previous novels.

What is Mort Wikipedia?

Mortdecai (commonly known as Mort) is a main character in All Hail King Julien. He is an incredibly cute and somewhat innocent mouse lemur, although his age is not confirmed.

Should Terry Pratchett books be read in order?

In total, there are 41 Discworld novels published over 32 years. The books can be read in any order but for ease we have created two downloadable lists for you that will help you to fully explore the stories and characters of Discworld.

What book is after Mort?


No. Title Published
1 The Colour of Magic 1983
2 The Light Fantastic 1986
3 Equal Rites 1987
4 Mort

What is Terry Pratchett’s most popular book?

Author C.K. McDonnell picks his top five Terry Pratchett books

  • Going Postal. This is not just on the list as it so happens to be the book I am re-reading right now and how dare you suggest otherwise!
  • Men At Arms.
  • Night Watch.
  • Soul Music.
  • The Truth.

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