Soul Music

One of my reading aims, over the next few years, is to read the entire Discworld collection. I’ve read a handful before – I had this intention in college, only then it was to read them in order, and I became distracted about five books in. And the first one I ever actually read was The Hogfather, because I’d just seen the film version.

Anyway.

Then, I had access to my sister’s up-to-date collection. Now, I have to gather my own. So I’m going to read them as I find them, in whichever random order that happens to be.

And the first is Soul Music, when Susan finds out about her family, and Music With Rocks In becomes an issue.

I’m not going to lie, I don’t think this is going to be my favourite Discworld novel. But that’s okay, because it’s not going to stop me from continuing to collect and read the rest – I already have The Colour of Magic lined up for in a-pile-of-books’ time. That, and I know I enjoy others in the series, so I’m not going to write off the ones I haven’t yet read on the basis of one so-so one.

It’s a shame, really, that I find Soul Music so-so, because I do actually like the characters. I just didn’t particularly like the story. However. There’s always one in a series, and hopefully it’ll just be this one. Which means that the Discworld can only get better.

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