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The Shepherds Crown Mobi 17

The Shepherds Crown Mobi 17

The Shepherds Crown is the 41st and final novel in the Discworld series by the late Terry Pratchett. It was published in 2015, a few months after Pratchett's death. The book features the young witch Tiffany Aching, who has to face a new threat from the elves while coping with the loss of her mentor, Granny Weatherwax. The book is a tribute to Pratchett's life and work, and contains many references to his previous books and characters.

The title of the book refers to a type of fossilized sea urchin that resembles a crown. Tiffany finds one of these fossils in the chalk hills near her home, and later learns that it has a special connection to the history and magic of the land. The book also explores the themes of legacy, responsibility, and change, as Tiffany has to deal with the consequences of Granny Weatherwax's death and the changes it brings to the world of witches and Discworld.

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The Shepherds Crown Mobi 17 is a sound recording of the book that was uploaded on SoundCloud by Jennifer Rivera. It is divided into 17 parts, each lasting about an hour. The recording is narrated by Stephen Briggs, who has voiced many of Pratchett's audiobooks. The recording is available for free streaming and download on SoundCloud. It is a convenient way for fans of Pratchett and Discworld to enjoy his final masterpiece.

If you want to read the book in a digital format, you can also find it on the Internet Archive, where you can download it as a PDF, EPUB, or MOBI file. The Internet Archive also has many other books by Pratchett, as well as other Discworld-related materials. You can access them for free and legally on their website. Alternatively, you can buy the book from online or physical bookstores, or borrow it from your local library.

Whether you choose to read or listen to The Shepherds Crown, you will surely be moved by Pratchett's humor, wisdom, and imagination. The book is a fitting farewell to one of the most beloved and influential fantasy writers of all time, and a celebration of his amazing creation: Discworld.

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