HarperCollins Publishers: NY, 2008.
1st published by Victor Gollancz Ltd: Great Britain, 1991.
related-Discworld, wizards, Death, life after death, life energy
This book seemed slower to me than the average Pratchett. Maybe because I had too many interruptions. The Death scenes are great, and Windle Poons was interesting as a poltergeist (decidedly unwizardly), but the back and forth between those and the shopping carts bothered me. It didn't make sense to me until the end.
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