We've reached the end of our coverage of Terry Pratchett's Mort, and it's all kicking off this week: we've got duels, we've got arcane rituals, we've got 2,000 year bar tabs - and, because we love you, we've also got NOT ONLY rapping BUT ALSO a duet between Death and Death. They've just gone fishin'. Next week we're BACK in Westeros after a year away for the fifth part of George RR Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire: A Feast for Crows. Oh yeah. As ever, hit us up with am email at email@example.com, or on Twitter: @sharkliveroil, with your thoughts, opinions, and fantasy cover versions of jazz classics. See you next week.
It's part two of our read through of Mort by Terry Pratchett. We join Death as he decides to take some much needed downtime with a spot of light fishing. Meanwhile teenage disaster magnet Mort tries to take on the top job with predictably horrendous consequences. Damn those hormones!
We're back, and we're doing a modern classic - Terry Pratchett's Mort. Watch as we meet Death himself and discover he loves a skull-wax, digs curry, and cares more for cats than you might normally expect. This is a bit of a heartfelt one for Dave, since Terry Pratchett is a hero of his; and in his honour, we've gone looking for the surreal and the beautiful in this book. And when you've got a deathly horse called Binky, surreal beauty isn't far off. As ever, we want to hear your views on the book - and your best impressions of what Death sounds like. RECORD YOUR IMPRESSIONS OF HIM AND SEND THEM TO: firstname.lastname@example.org.