Diggers (Bromeliad Trilogy, #2)

Diggers (Bromeliad Trilogy, #2) And Grimma Said, We Have Two Choices.We Can Run, Or We Hide.And They Said, Which Shall We Do She Said, We Shall Fight A Bright New Dawn Is Just Around The Corner For Thousands Of Tiny Nomes When They Move Into The Ruined Buildings Of An Abandoned Quarry Or Is It Soon Strange Things Start To Happen Like The Tops Of Puddles Growing Hard And Cold, And The Water Coming Down From The Sky In Frozen Bits Then Humans Appear And They Really Mess Everything Up The Quarry Is To Be Re Opened, And The Nomes Must Fight To Defend Their New Home But How Long Will They Be Able To Keep The Humans At Bay Even With The Help Of The Monster Jekub 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. The trouble with having an open mind, of course, is that people will insist on coming along and trying to put things in it.Second part of The Nome Trilogy is just as fun as the first one I loved reading again about this character and this world Pratchett created I also loved that Diggers focusedon Dorcas character because he
Another great book in the series whatcan I really say that was not started with Truckers but I will say this the story is a littlematurer this time characters seem to have grown up as well as the storyline they inhabit The
A good, fun follow up to TRUCKERS Essentially, this trilogy is the Terry Pratchett version of THE BORROWERS, told in his own inimitable style and, of course, with plenty of humour along the way.I m not the ideal target market for this book unlike the Discworld novels, it s clearly aimed at younger readers but nevertheless it s a quirky and exceptionally fast paced read I had it polished off after only a couple of sessions.The story picks directly up from DIGGERS and, as far as I can tell A good, fun follow up to TRUCKERS Essentially, this trilogy is the Te
A fitting sequel to the first book I thought it was just as engaging and interesting. AY, Terry, te quiero A good book that picks up from the first of the trilogy, Truckers, six months down the line Characters have developed, some are smarter and are teaching others how to read, others are less than happy at the shock of how the outside world works This had some good moments, the one that really stands out are that some of the nomes who came from the store still believing in Arnold Bros est 1905 and that he will guide all nomes to a safer way of living This was clearly Pratchett s way of portray A good book that picks up from the first of the trilogy, Trucke
Quick review from memory before I re read and re review at a later date Little memory of the series let alone the book, though I recall them stealing a lorry of some sort and heading off for the promise lands some greenery A great series to be re read. Enjoyed this one too The Nomes find themselves living in an old, abandoned quarry but they realise it isn t going to stay abandoned much longer because the humans want the rocks to build new roads Masklin, Gurder and a few others go off looking for Grandson 39 in Florida juice you kind of need to read it to get the reference but also because Masklin knows he will be flying on a plane and The Thing has told him they originally came from out space The last we see of these fellows is heading Enjoyed this one too The Nomes find themselves living in an old, abandoned quarry but they realise it isn t going to stay abandoned much longer because the humans want the rocks to build new roads Masklin, Gurder and a few others go off looking for Grandson 39 in Florida juice you kind of need to read it to get the reference but also because Masklin knows he will be flying on a plane and The Thing has told him they originally came from out space The last we see of these fellows is heading off towards the airport This story is then picked up in book 3 Meanwhile the other Nomes begin to listen to a rebellious none cammed Nisodemus not Nicodemus LOL but the parallels are fairly obvious Unfortunately he is a bit crazy and this does not bode well for the welfare of the whole of Nomekind so Grimma and Dorcas and a few younger nomes choose to disobey him with disastrous consequences Again the themes of re
The in between bookNow that Masklin and Torrit have left to explore the place where those big metal things take off into the air, Grimma has to fend for herself That is, she has to take care of the nomes that have taken shelter at the quarry But they are not alone A very insistent human being is trying to invade their place Grimma has to be creative to keep that pesky big annoyances away, but is afraid that they ultimately will have to flee to The Cottage Luckily Dorcas, the techno geek of The in between bookNow that Masklin and Torrit have left to explore the place where those big metal things ta
3.5 starsVery enjoyable I love how the nomes have a naive innocence about them This instalment finds them trying to make a home in the quarry, only to find out they may have to move After the store, some younger nomes have had families and are reluctant for change Grimma is a feminist, Masklin wanders off with some others to search for Arnold Bros grandson, a nome with power in his sights comes to the forefront, and a whole lot shenanigans happen Extremely enjoyable read Easy and humerous 3.5 starsVery enjoyable I love how the nomes have a naive innocence about them This instalment finds them trying to make a home in the quarry, only to find out they may have to move After the store,

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  • Paperback
  • 173 pages
  • Diggers (Bromeliad Trilogy, #2)
  • Terry Pratchett
  • English
  • 01 December 2018
  • 0552525863