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A beautiful new hardback edition of the classic Discworld novelPolly Perks had to become a boy in a hurry Cutting off her hair and wearing trousers was easy Learning to fart and belch in public and walk like an ape took time And now she's enlisted in the army and searching for her lost brotherBut there's a war on There's always a war on And Polly and her fellow recruits are suddenly in the thick of it without any training and the enemy is hunting them


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    Pratchett addresses two questions here 1 “Do you think it's possible for an entire nation to be insane?” and 2 Does and importantly should a well placed pair of socks for 'certain' sort of padding make a difference? “The presence of those seeking the truth is infinitely to be preferred to the presence of those who think they've found it” As far as Discworld series is concerned this book can be easily read as a standalone novel It brings us to the little backwards country of Borogravia which is constantly at war with someone this time it's with Zlobenia Ankh Morpork is expected to intervene since as Commander Sam Vimes points out in his cameo appearance the interests of Ankh Morpork are the interests of all money lov oops sorry all freedom loving people everywhere Borogravia was a peace loving country in the midst of treacherous devious warlike enemies They had to be treacherous devious and warlike otherwise we wouldn't be fighting them eh? There was always a war Borogravia's economy is on the verge of collapse and the country has pretty much run out of eligible soldiers But this does not stop the little country governed by a probably dead Duchess the country that follows the ever expanding ring bound makes it easier to add pages gospel of the god Nuggan who seems to spend his time coming up with new Abominations recently we've had garlic chocolate dwarfs cats oysters and the color blue join the ranks So what we have here is a country that tries to run itself on the commandments of a god who the people feel may be wearing his underpants on his head Has he Abomined underpants?No sir But it's probably only a matter of time Polly Perks does not care about war money or patriotism What she cares about is saving her not too bright brother who has disappeared in the war So of course she chops her hair off and joins the army disguised as a boy Did I mention that lots of Nuggan's Abominations have something to do with women acting non womanlike? A mysterious unseen benefactor advises her on the benefits of a well placed pair of socks in the 'nether regions' And given that the title of the book comes from the infamous The First Blast of the Trumpet Against the Monstrous Regiment of Women the readers can easily guess the true nature of Polly's war comradesLike we have learned to expect from Sir Terry's novels this book is witty and has plenty of funny moments But as many of his recent novels it is also sad angry and frustrated with the events in Discworld clearly paralleling the things that make us angry in the Roundworld I love that this book like the rest of Pratchett's creations makes me think Some may complain that the message of this book is on the heavy handed side but I love it I love that Pratchett is not shy or subtle about getting the message across about the evils and pitfalls of bigotry prejudice discrimination and so called patriotism bordering on jingoism He is not subtle about the things that people should NOT be subtle about and I love it He is open about asking uncomfortable questions and stirring up trouble and love this as well “You take a bunch of people who don't seem any different from you and me but when you add them all together you get this sort of huge raving maniac with national borders and an anthem” Another thing I love about Pratchett's writing is that he is one of the regrettably few male fantasy authors who can portray a woman as not a stereotype or a caricature or a mystery or an adorable nuisance or a far fetched ideal but as a normal well normal for Discworld real and believable human being “This was not a fairy tale castle and there was no such thing as a fairy tale ending but sometimes you could threaten to kick the handsome prince in the ham and eggs” As it's becoming common in Pratchett's novels the ending is not happy but has bittersweet undertones There is an understanding that it takes a lot to change the world to change people's beliefs and prejudices that anything that is won is only a small step on a long road And now it wasn't that good things were happening it was just that bad things had stopped Pratchett is not reluctant to show that the world's ways of dealing with things that are uncomfortable that challenge the status quo is to pretend that they never happened pretend that they are the exception rather than the rule pretend that ignoring things would make them go away We weren't soldiers she decided We were girls in uniform We were like a lucky charm We were mascots We weren't real we were always a symbol of something We'd done very well for women And we were temporary This is now one of my favorite Discworld novels Five stars is not enough to describe how much I loved it And I adored the little cameos from the other Discworld characters especially Vimes I am a true Vimes girl why'd you ask? The enemy wasn't men or women or the old or even the dead It was just bleedin' stupid people who came in all varieties And no one had the right to be stupid