The Discworld started out as fantasy, but now it's all real. The seasoned Discworld traveller knows exactly how to get from Madam's Garden to the Mended Drum (left up Easy Street, right onto Welcome Soap, fork left onto Filigree Street and the Drum is on the left, just opposite the Short Street turn). Travelling around a world so well-defined, but dangerous, without a guide, could be a very courageous choice.
Since the last revision to The Discworld Companion, new areas of the Disc have been explored, new characters discovered. We've trembled under the chandelier at the Ankh-Morpork Opera House, we've flown with vampyres over the mysterious country of Überwald, we've slived through time with the History Monks and we've marvelled at Mr Wintler's humorously shaped vegetables.
This new, revised edition of the best-selling guide to the world's most famous fictional world covers it's flora and fauna, its outstanding personalities, its customs, its institutions.
Original title: The New Discworld Companion
Genre: Fiction→ Fantasy→ Humorous
- Illustrations by: Paul Kidby