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Hello once more, Discworld friends! Well, we’ve reached the last one of these posts. I know the last one was shorter, but the book is fresher on my mind than the early parts, some of which I’d read two months … Continue reading
Good day again, Discworld friends! This week in particular is quite exciting, as I am preparing to leave for the UK to attend my third International Discworld convention. It was important to me that these re-reads get completed before the … Continue reading
Today, in the third re-read post for Monstrous Regiment, I CONTINUE TO BE UNPREPARED, which is weird because I SHOULD BE PREPARED. Onwards!
Hello again, Discworld friends! Today, we revisit another chunk of Monstrous Regiment, wherein many things are so obvious hurts, but also THERE IS DISCOURSE. Let’s chat!
Hello, Discworld friends! I am happy that after talking with Phoenix (who commissioned the videos for the entirety of Monstrous Regiment) and shuffling my July schedule a bit, I’ve been able to give myself time to pull this off. And … Continue reading
In the twenty-third and final part of Monstrous Regiment, Polly says goodbye before starting a new life. Intrigued? Then it’s time for Mark to read Discworld.
In the twenty-second and penultimate part of Monstrous Regiment, another secret is revealed, and Polly is instrumental in changing Borogravia. Intrigued? Then it’s time for Mark to read Discworld.
In the twenty-first part of Monstrous Regiment, I feel like the only pure reaction to this section would be to make the whole review one big keysmash. Intrigued? Then it’s time for Mark to read Discworld.
In the twentieth part of Monstrous Regiment, the squad’s disguises catch up to them, and the Borogravian army stages a last-minute “trial” in order to punish them. Intrigued? Then it’s time for Mark to read Discworld.
In the nineteenth part of Monstrous Regiment, Polly comes clean, and an escape plan is hatched. Intrigued? Then it’s time for Mark to read Discworld.