AUDIOBOOK: Out Now - David Tennant Reads Terry Pratchett's The Carpet People


Available to download from today through Audible in the UK, David Tennant is the reader of a new 50th anniversary audiobook of the late Sir Terry Pratchett's first ever novel, The Carpet People. Written when the Good Omens co-author and Discworld creator was just 17 years old, and revisited and revised by him later in life, The Carpet People is perfect for ages seven and up.

Order a digital download from Audible here.

The Carpet People

In the beginning, there was nothing but endless flatness. Then came the Carpet.... That's the old story everyone knows and loves (even if they don't really believe it). But now the Carpet is home to many different tribes and peoples, and there's a new story in the making: the story of Fray, sweeping a trail of destruction across the Carpet. The story of power-hungry mouls - and of two Munrung brothers, who set out on an adventure to end all adventures when their village is flattened.

It's a story that will come to a terrible end - if someone doesn't do something about it. If everyone doesn't do something about it.

A hilarious fantasy, co-written by Terry Pratchett, aged 17, and master storyteller Terry Pratchett, aged 43.

 


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