Time isn't a toy to be played with. It's bigger than all of us. It exists outside the artificial and arbitrary divisions into which humankind has presumptuously shoehorned it. It needs to elastic.
To understand truly, you have to see time as the most important resource we have. You mess with it at your peril. You can let it move fast or slowly but what you mustn't do is allow it to stop. Because when time stands still, everything stops with it. Then, there really is no future. And where would we be without one of those?
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"Terry Pratchett is one of the great inventors of secondary - or imaginative or alternative - worlds. He is not derivative. He is too strong . . . He has the real energy of the primary storyteller" ( The Times)
"In a better world he would be acclaimed as a great writer rather than a merely successful one . . . This is the best Pratchett I've read . . . Ought to be a strong contender for The Booker Prize" ( Sunday Telegraph)
"Reads with all the polished fluency and sure-footed pacing that have become Pratchett's hallmarks over the years" ( The Times)
"The unique selling point of the Discworld novels, is their irony, allied to lashings of broad pantomime humour" ( TES)
Time is of the essence in Terry Pratchett's twenty-sixth Discworld novel.
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Descrizione libro Corgi, 2009. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria P110552154261