British Books Challenge 2012

This is my new eReader: the Sony PRS-T1, or Sony Reader™ Wi-Fi® (WLAN). In accordance with other products, e.g. Kindle or Oyo, I decided to call it Hugo, to keep it simple.
Hugo is going to help me do something I have wanted to do for quite some time: he wil let me read all of Terry Pratchett's Discworld novels!
Why didn't I do this before, you ask? Well, I would need a much bigger bookshelf, for one thing. Also, even thinking of buying more than 30 paperbacks makes me cringe at the thought of all the trees dying for them.
Now, did I hear someone say "library"? I considered this option, of course, but I live in Germany and want to read originals. See, I don't really trust translators. Libraries in my vicinity are short on English books, though. But now, with this little tool, I can get started!

To help me with this feat (so far I've only read the Tiffany Aching series) a lovely person has sent me this lovely picture. I am still uncertain whether I'll follow the publishing order or the one displayed here, but I think this will come over time Publishing order it is, and I have yet to regret that choice. One way or the other, I will start with The Colour of Magic and The Light Fantastic. And then I'll learn how to write reviews. ;-)

Now, about the title. A very interesting person named Victoria participates in the British Books Challenge 2012 with reading the Discworld novels, so I thought I could do that, too! 12 books in a year shouldn't be a problem at all.

The Colour of Magic
The Light Fantastic

Equal Rites

       Pike's Quest (by K.J. Bennet)

Wyrd Sisters

       The Virgin Student
Guards! Guards!
Faust Eric

Moving Pictures
Reaper Man
Witches Abroad
       Funeral of Figaro (by Ellis Peters)

Small Gods
Lords and Ladies

Men at Arms

Soul Music
       Dead on Demand (by D. & S. Campbell)
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