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I Shall Wear Midnight, by Terry Pratchett
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Final book of the Tiffany Aching Quartet. And my second favorite among them (my first favorite being The Wee Free Men). Anyway, our smart and level-headed heroine, Tiffany Aching returns in this book, as do my favorite group of the tiny, stealing, fighting, boozing, trouble-making, blue, faerie folk (but don't tell them that they are part of the fae - you could lose some teeth for saying that), the Nac Mac Feegle. I ended up loving some of the added characters in this one since there's just so much more to some of these characters, and I'd be so interested in reading about them (and their adventures) if there ever were any spinoffs (here's to hoping, Pratchett (-_ll_-) ) . . . Sad to see that this is the final book of Tiffany Aching, though it might be her final book, it definitely won't the be the last that we read of the Nac Mac Feegle . . . and maybe she'll make a cameo in some of Pratchett's other books, as well (like them).

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