Going PostalBook - 2011
The post was an old thing, of course, but it was so old that it had magically become new again.
The post office is an ailing institution belonging to the olden days. New technology overshadows its mind-numbing bureaucracy and the creakingly slow pace of change. You can call them nostalgic, but there are still people who believe in the post: in the beauty of stamps and cast-iron pillar boxes, and the dignity of the postman braving hail, wind and troublesome dogs. And sometimes it's worth standing up for what you believe in...
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A travel adventure story set in the Discworld that was shortlisted for both the Nebula Awards and Locus Awards for Best Fantasy Novel.
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Somewhere it [the library] has every book ever written, that ever will be written, and notably, every book that is possible to write. These are not on the public shelves lest untrained handling cause the collapse of everything that is possible to imagine.
oh, you could do it all by magic, you certainly could. You could wave a wand and get twinkly stars and a fresh-baked loaf. you could make fish jump out of the sea already cooked. And then, somewhere, somehow, magic would present its bill, which was always more than you could afford.
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