Jingo

Jingo

Book - 1998
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The two cities of Discworld are on the verge of unprecedented conflict because both claim the island that has mysteriously appeared in the sea between them.
Publisher: New York : HarperPrism, [1998]
ISBN: 9780061050473
0061050474
Characteristics: 323 p. ; 25 cm

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thebnc
Mar 22, 2013

A fantastic entry into the Discworld series, hilarious if a little slow at about the 60% mark.

If you haven't read any of the Discworld books, I'd recommend starting with "Guards! Guards!," which is the first book about the City Watch.

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TDUPUS
Oct 13, 2012

While I've greatly enjoyed most of the Pratchett novels I've read, this one is my favorite. I laughed out loud at Nobby's adventures posing as a woman; as he and his fellow officers try to prevent a war. This is a great book!

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hgibbins
Apr 07, 2012

Another great addition to the Disc World saga.

neko Aug 22, 2009

On the very brink of war sports can sometimes be the best way to get factions to agree to something.

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higi098
Nov 25, 2010

higi098 thinks this title is suitable for 14 years and over

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higi098
Nov 16, 2010

When the lost island of Leshp rises from the sea, coastal neighbors Ankh-Morpork and Klatch both claim to own it. Push comes to shove and both of the superpowers are at war. Cmdr. Vimes of the City watch is caught up in a tale of spitting camels, magic rugs and a man who dresses like a woman.

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higi098
Nov 25, 2010

Vimes's grin was as funny as the one that moves very fast towards drowning men. And has a fin on top.

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