This is the second published novel in the Discworld series and it picks up immediately from where The Colour of Magic left off. It describes the continued adventures of the wizards Rincewind, Twoflower and of course the Luggage.
I found this much easier to follow than its predecessor, The Colour of Magic because there are far fewer subplots. It’s a great light hearted fantasy story, and very humorous and witty.
Apparently the Discworld series gets better and better as it goes along. I’m looking forward to reading more and discovering for myself!
Going Postal was my first experience of the Discworld series by Terry Pratchett, and it was a fantastic introduction. It’s the story of Moist Von Lipwig, a con artist who is hired to try and revive the post office and postal service in Ankh-Morpork.
I really enjoyed Pratchett’s writing style and found some moments hilarious. As I’d opted not to start the series in chronological order, there were occasionally some background references that I didn’t fully understand but it didn’t spoil my reading experience at all, it just made me eager to read more!