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A Tourist Guide to Lancre

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Illustrator  Paul Kidby
Country  Great Britain
Series  Discworld
Originally published  1998
Followed by  Death's Domain
Publisher  Transworld Publishers

Cover artist  Paul Kidby
Language  English
Publication date  1998
Preceded by  The Discworld Mapp
Genre  Fantasy
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Authors  Terry Pratchett, Stephen Briggs
Similar  Terry Pratchett books, Fantasy books

A Tourist Guide To Lancre is the third book in the Discworld Mapp series, and the first to be illustrated by Paul Kidby. As with the other maps, the basic design and booklet were compiled by Terry Pratchett and Stephen Briggs.

The Mapp shows the mountain country of Lancre, with the Ramtops drawn in a vertigo-inducing perspective shot, rather than as a relief diagram. The accompanying booklet details the history, geography and folklore of the country, with contributions from both Gytha Ogg (anticipating the style of Nanny Ogg's Cookbook) and Eric Wheelbrace, the Discworld's most famous hillwalker (a parody of Alfred Wainwright).

References

A Tourist Guide to Lancre Wikipedia


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