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eBook Diggers (The Bromeliad Trilogy) ePub
Author: Terry Pratchett
Language: English
ISBN: 074511637X
ISBN13: 978-0745116372
Publisher: Chivers; Large Print edition (November 1, 1992)
Pages: 256
Category: Engineering
Subcategory: Building
Rating: 4.3
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ePub file: 1447 kb
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The Nome Trilogy, also known as The Bromeliad Trilogy, is a trilogy of children's books by British writer Terry Pratchett, consisting of the books Truckers (1989), Diggers (1990) and Wings (1990)

The Nome Trilogy, also known as The Bromeliad Trilogy, is a trilogy of children's books by British writer Terry Pratchett, consisting of the books Truckers (1989), Diggers (1990) and Wings (1990). The trilogy tells the story of the Nomes, an alien race of tiny humans from another world who now live hidden among humans. Through the books they struggle to survive in the world and, once they learn of their history from an artefact known as "The Thing", make plans to return home.

Sir Terry Pratchett was the internationally bestselling author of more than thirty books, including his phenomenally successful Discworld series. His young adult novel, The Amazing Maurice and His Educated Rodents, won the Carnegie Medal, and Where's My Cow?, his Discworld book for readers of all ages, was a New York Times bestseller. His novels have sold more than seventy five million (give or take a few million) copies worldwide.

The Bromeliad Trilogy book. First off I read the Bromeliad trilogy written by Terry Pratchett, Truckers, Diggers and Wings. In a world whose seasons are defined by Christmas sales and. Truckers was my favourite book, getting to know the Nomes and the way they lived in the Store and how they saw humans (and Arnold Bros (est. 1905)) :P I liked Diggers least because three of my favourite characters hardly participated in it (but were thankfully fully present in Wings).

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At least, that was the belief of thousands of nomes who for many generations had lived under the floorboards of Arnold Bros.

est. 1905) created the Store. At least, that was the belief of thousands of nomes who for many generations had lived under the floorboards of Arnold Bros. est. 1905), an old and respected department store in the middle of the city.

The Bromeliad Trilogy: Diggers. In a world whose seasons are defined by Christmas sales and Spring Fashions, hundreds of tiny nomes live in the corners and crannies of a human-run department store. They have made their homes beneath the floorboards for generations and no longer remember-or even believe in-life beyond the Store walls.

The Bromeliad is a magnificent trilogy of tales about a race of little people, the Nomes, struggling to survive in a. .From Carnegie Medal-winning author, Terry Pratchett. To the thousands of tiny nomes living under the floorboards of a large department Store, there is no Outside

The Bromeliad is a magnificent trilogy of tales about a race of little people, the Nomes, struggling to survive in a world full of humans. To the thousands of tiny nomes living under the floorboards of a large department Store, there is no Outside. No Day or Night, no Sun or Rain.

Terry Pratchett: The Bromeliad Trilogy 02 - Diggers. Category: Fantasy, Sci-Fi. Diggers is the second title in a hugely inventive and hilarious fantasy trilogy about the nomes, a race of little people in a world of humans. Diggers: The Bromeliad Trilogy (Unabridged). And Grimma said, We have two choices.

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Andromajurus
This is the second book in the trilogy of novels that Pratchett wrote about the Nomes, small creatures that crash-landed on Earth several centuries earlier, and who must re-discover their past in order to return home. A worthy sequel to Truckers; you should definitely read Truckers first. Pratchett uses the Nomes to make satirical comments about humanity and religious extremism/orthodoxy and the main characters are well developed.
Jarortr
Having come late to Terry Pratchett's writing and his wonderful sense of humor, I must say I thoroughly enjoyed all three of the Bromeliad books. The insights into human nature clothed in truly funny just plain stupid thoughts and actions by the nomes resonated with me on a primal level. I'm one of those who sees something funny when nobody else does, and only see poignant or tragic many times others' sides are splitting. What a story of triumph of the little fellow! Now I can't wait to read the rest of Terry's books!
Xlisiahal
Fun to read, but not a brilliant plot. Pratchett's books are usually more ironic and thoughtful. Almost like he wrote it on a bar napkin after a run-in with a zealot for revenge's sake, and then threw in a few quotables just for good measure.
Tygralbine
Lovely thoughtful look at humans from another point of view. I can't imagine how Pratchett comes up with all of this.
Adrielmeena
A slow start. But stick with it and the end is a pleasant, mysterious surprise. Darn. Now I'll have to read the third book.
Lestony
I can see why Terry Pratchett is so beloved. These books are full of fun, humor, adventure, and meaning. I want more!
Mbon
I really enjoyed reading Diggers, book 2 of a yrilogy. Kudos to Terry Pratchett for creating another enjoyable fantasy world.
Disclosure alert - I Love (capital L) the words of Terry Pratchett. This clearly is an earlier series, but it has all the wry, clear eyed vision that we love. Gnomes rock. Literally. Read it.
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