Thank you for this link, love the stuff, a few years ago i bought a black zip up hoodie and had the assassins guide badge on one side of it and Vetinari Rules on the other, no idea how to transfer it from my phone to here lolMaybe I shouldn’t have clicked the link to the emporium but I did. I love the death plushie. But where is Gaspode?
Are TPs family hot on merchandise, there doesn’t seem to be much to be had? That original link I found on his website so must be endorsed.
Maybe I shouldn’t have clicked the link to the emporium but I did. I love the death plushie. But where is Gaspode?
https://fb.watch/ng2Z44L5xv/ hopefully that’s the link to the item mentioned at the bottom.There is a model railway based on Ankh Morpork called Ankh Lesspork, which had Sir Terry's approval.
Also (there is a picture on one of the sites) a model of the Discworld on the great A'Tuin displayed in a case based on the luggage.
I’ve not long listened to that. I thought Matthew was great. I’ve been listening to the Death series which has the same narrator across them. But it was really annoying when she gave the Dean the same voice as Albert.I'm voting for Nanny Ogg (I'm pretty much a dead ringer for her) and Gaspode as my favourites. But it very much depends on what I am reading at the time. I just got The Truth on Audible and was listening to it last night. Matthew Baynton is a terrific narrator, but I do wish they'd pick an accent for each character and stick to it across all books.
Colin Morgan is a fabulous reader too.
In my head, Havelock Vetinari is Charles Dance.I admit, I admired the Patrician.
He knew the way things worked and, quite importantly, didn't do things for his own gain. He's the only example of a truly benevolent dictator - because reality means taking human nature and power into account.
Totally agree, Im sorry but I didnt like Jeremy Irons as Vetinari, just didnt fit, altho he is a good actor he couldnt quite pull it off. Charles Dance, perfect, he was quiet, but saw everything, Vetinari was with the Assassins Guild was he not? so a force to be reckoned with, Dance carried it off beautifullyIn my head, Havelock Vetinari is Charles Dance.