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By Terry Pratchett

Aux enfants ordinaires on offre des xylophones. Suzanne, elle, n’avait qu’à demander à son grand-père d’ôter son gilet...
Oui, elle avait los angeles Mort dans sa famille. Et il est difficile de grandir normalement quand votre aïeul monte un cheval blanc et manie l. a. pretend, surtout quand vous devez reprendre l’affaire familiale pour reason de vacance et que tout le monde vous tient pour los angeles « fée des dents ». Bien plus difficile encore quand il s’agit d’affronter los angeles nouvelle musique – une vraie drogue – qui a fait irruption dans le Disque-monde. Elle n’obéit à aucune loi. Elle transforme les gens. On l’appelle los angeles « musique de rocs ».
Elle est rythmée, dansante, mais...
Elle est vivante.
Et elle ne s’arrête pas.

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It seems your presence is required everywhere! When you return to the city, another messenger awaits you with the news that you are needed on your estate in Northumbria. You have a feudal obligation to the people living on the estate and you cannot refuse their call for help. When you tell this to your wife, she asks if you will take her with you, as she is growing tired of London. Will you take your wife (go to 55) or will you ride quickly and alone (go to 250)? 170 171 The cavalry plough into the English and amidst the turmoil you see the standard of Harold's brother Gyrth, fall to the ground.

Your rash actions have exiled you from England. Now go to 231. 115 Perhaps there is more information to be gained by attacking and capturing at least one. You gesture to your companions and there is a whisper of metal as they all draw their swords. Then you nod your head and your group charges down the hill on horseback towards the party of scavengers. Surprise is on your side, and five of the Norsemen fall without knowing what hit them. The others drop their sacks of grain or loot and unsling their axes.

When the door has closed, you bow low before the King, but when you look up you see a disgusted expression on his face. ' he asks you bluntly. You see no point in trying to deny it and admit that your fears had made you nervous. 'I would not wish any man in England to fear me,' says the King. 'Since a mere summons to my presence scares you so much, I will give you an escort to Folkestone. ' There can be no chance of reconciliation. Your rash actions have exiled you from England. Now go to 231. 115 Perhaps there is more information to be gained by attacking and capturing at least one.

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