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Tiffany Aching - a hag from a long line of hags - is trying out her witchy talents, when she leaves home and is apprenticed to be a 'real' witch. But this time, will the thievin', fightin' and drinkin' skills of the Wee Free Men be of use, or must Tiffany rely on her own abilities?
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Book Level: 5.3
Interest Level: MY
Quiz Number: 207268
"Pratchett's ear for dialogue is superb . . . His deep feeling for landscape, animals, kindness and courage make his adventures deeply satisfying as well as clever"
The Times||"Oodles of dry wit, imagination and shrewdly observed characters"
Independent on Sunday||"A great Pratchett strength is the sense that if the jokes . . . were dropped there would still be a good, engaging fantasy thriller here"
Independent||"Fantastically inventive and humorous fantasy adventure. Fans will be sky high"
The Sunday Times||Bristol Evening Post
'We see you. Now we are you . . .'
No real witch would casually step out of their body, leaving it empty. Tiffany Aching does. And there's something just waiting for a handy body to take over. Something ancient and horrible, which can't die.
To deal with it, Tiffany has to go to the heart of what makes her a witch. Get past the 'I can't'.
But even with the help of the Nac Mac Feegle - the rowdiest pictsies on the Disc, wholikefacing enormous odds - shestillmight not be able to win herself back . . .
THE SECOND BOOK IN THE TIFFANY ACHING SEQUENCE
'Crivens! If ye'll tak' my advice, ye'll read this right noo'Rob Anybody, Big Man of the Nac Mac Feegle
'Fantastically inventive'Sunday Times