I'm a huge Terry Pratchett fan and when the last Discworld book, Making Money, was not that great I wondered if maybe after 36 books in a series, Pratchett had finally run out of things to say. Nation allayed my fears that Pratchett was out of creativity in general and now Unseen Academicals has restored my faith in the Discworld series. It's an interesting look at sports and fashion and class-consciousness and destiny and so on. Maybe there's a bit much jammed all up at once in the book that could have been spread out over two or three books, but I'll understand if Pratchett is rushing to get his ideas out.
FuzzyCo grade: A