Like all other Terry Pratchett’s books about Tiffany this too is not much different, the little witch after learning many lessons in life along with magic has finally grown up.
When she first entered the enchanting world she was looking for her brother and that’s why she was forced to join the magical creatures against the queen. Later she realized that becoming a witch was her destiny and because of this her fate dragged her to the land of strange creatures. From a little girl she became a teenager and experienced the strange love of the Wintersmith from which she saved herself.
Then serious magic put her in a great test I Shall Wear Midnight now she among the grownups and know about magic more than anyone else in the enchanting land. Terry gives the world of witches more space and does not add death among the characters perhaps the author wanted this book to be purely about the witches that now are with Tiffany.
Stephen Briggs was replaced in narration a long time ago but the narrator is back to give a master stroke to Tiffany because it looks like the author is closing on her.
Humor cannot be neglected from the tales of the witches, Tiffany is not the witch with a frying pan in her hand but still her magic and behavior is enough to make anybody laugh.
Lastly, if this is the end of the Discworld than the author has truly done justice to the book by painting one of his best characters in the best possible way. A nice thing about all the characters created by Terry is that the author never for a moment tried to change their personality according to the circumstances thus they remained pure all the way.
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