Mort by Terry Pratchett.
Harper Collins Publishers: NY, 2008.
Originally publ by Victor Gollancz Ltd with Colin Smythe Ltd: Great Britain, 1987.

Ultra-Condensed Mort

  • The sands of time pouring away

  • "Magicians have calculated that million-to-one chances crop up nine times out of ten."

  • Death takes Mort on as an apprentice . . . and companion for his daughter.

  • People don't see what their minds tell them isn't there.

  • It's harder to save a life than you'd think.

  • Magical writing trying not to be read by a non-wizard.

  • Self-writing biographies. One for everyone. Including the ageless wizard.

  • History rights itself. Even if it must kill to do it.

  • New royal post - official Recognizer

  • Everyone expecting a coronation, but for who?

  • "There was going to be folk dancing, at sword point if necessary."

  • The VOICE and temporary rearranging of matter come with the job.

  • Death finds a new profession.

  • Death answers to no one and makes his own rules.

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