Terry Pratchett | Critical Review by Sara Ludovise

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Critical Review by Sara Ludovise

SOURCE: Ludovise, Sara. “No Laughs for Monstrous Regiment.America's Intelligence Wire (online news site), http://www.tuftsdaily.lunarpages.com/articleDisplay.jsp?a_id=2569 (7 November 2003).

In the following review of Monstrous Regiment, Ludovise voices her disappointment in the novel, asserting the book is a one-joke effort lacking the soul of previous Discworld novels.

Humor and Plot Both Fall Short in Terry Pratchett's Latest Satire

It's not easy being a girl in the land of Borogravia. You can't wear pants, can't join the army, and certainly can't run away from home on a madcap quest to find your dearly departed brother and save the family inn—at least, not unless you blatantly ignore public opinion and continue on your journey amidst the uproar.

So begins Monstrous Regiment, as it sets out to satirize the military, the media...

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