List of fictional books within the Discworld series


List of fictional books within the Discworld series

This is a list of fictional books within the "Discworld" series. Due to the nature of the series, many of these are magical in nature.

Magical

* "Book of Going Forth around Elevenish"
* "The Books of History" - Wen the Eternally Surprised ("Small Gods", "Thief of Time")
* "Bumper Fun Grimoire"
* "First Flights in Witchcraft" - Lettice Earwig ("Wintersmith")
* "The High Magick" - Lettice Earwig ("A Hat Full of Sky")
* "Hivers: A Dissertation Upon a Device of Great Cunning" - Sensibility Bustle D.M.Phil., B.El.L., Patricius Professor of Magic ("A Hat Full of Sky")
* "I-Spy Demons" ("A Hat Full of Sky")
* "Liber Immamis Monstrorum" ("The Monster Book of Monsters") - Cuvee ("A Hat Full of Sky")
* "Mallificarum Sumpta Diabolicite Occularis Singularum", or "The Book of Ultimate Control". Actually translates to "Evil-making Driver of the Little One-Eyed Devil" ("Faust Eric")
* "Monster Fun Grimoire"
*"Names of the Ants" - Humptemper ("Faust Eric")
* "Necrotelecomnicon" or, "Liber Paginarum Fulvarum" - Achmed the Mad (aka Achmed the I Just Get These Headaches) (various)
* "Necrotelecomnicon Discussed for Students, with Practical Experiments"
* "The Octavo" - The Creator's own grimoire ("The Colour of Magic", "The Light Fantastic", "Faust Eric")
* "Res Centum Et Una Quas Magus Facere Potest" ("One Hundred and One Things A Wizard Can Do") "A Hat Full of Sky"
*"Stripfettle's Believe-It-Or-Not Grimoire" - Stripfettle, presumably
* "The Summoning of Dragons" - Tubul de Malachite ("Guards! Guards!")
*"The Use of the Syllable 'ENK' in Levitation Spells of the Early Confused Period" - The Dean of Pentacles ("Soul Music")

Non-Magical

* "130 Days of Pseudopolis" - (parodies "120 Days of Sodom" by the Marquis de Sade) ("Pyramids")
* "Achmed the I Just Get These Headaches's Book of Humorous Cat Stories" - Achmed the Mad (aka Achmed the I Just Get These Headaches) ("Moving Pictures")
* "Almanack de Gothic" (Information on Überwaldian nobility; parody of the "Almanach de Gotha") ("The Fifth Elephant")
* "The Amorous Adventures of Molly Clapper" (probably a parody of "Moll Flanders" by Daniel Defoe) ("Night Watch")
* "Among the Snow Weasels - K. Peirpoint Poundworth ("Wintersmith")
* "Anecdotes of the Great Accountants", Vols 1-3 ("Night Watch")
* "Anima Unnaturale" - Broomfog (a bestiary) ("Sourcery")
* "The Book of Om" ("Small Gods", "Carpe Jugulum")
* "Book of Unusual Days" - Waspmire ("Wintersmith")
* "Boots and Teeth: A Soldier's Life" - General Sir Rodney Purdeigh ("The Discworld Mapp")
* "The Bumper Fun Book" - Guild of Fools ("Wyrd Sisters")
* "Chaffinch's Ancient and Classical Mythology" (parody of "Bulfinch's Mythology") ("Wintersmith")
* "Cooking in Dire Straits - Superflua Raven ("Wintersmith")
* "The Country Diary of A Gentlewoman" (parody of "The Country Diary of An Edwardian Lady" by Edith Holden) ("Nanny Ogg's Cookbook")
*"Dangerous Mammals, Reptiles, Amphibians, Birds, Fish, Jellyfish, Insects, Spiders, Crustaceans, Grasses, Trees, Mosses and Lichens of Terror Incognita" (A book series of at least 29 volumes with 3 parts to each) ("The Last Continent")
* "Diseases of the Dragon" - Lady Sybil Ramkin ("Guards! Guards!")
* "The Edible Architecture of Bergholt Stuttley Johnson" - Startup Nodder, FAMG, AitD ("Nanny Ogg's Cookbook")
* "Encyclopedia of Soup" ("Wintersmith")
* "Fairies, and How To Avoid Them" - Miss Perspicacia Tick, ("A Hat Full of Sky")
* "Gd Tak 'Gar" ("The Things Tak Wrote") - translated by W.W.W. Wildeblood (dwarfish creation myth), "Thud!"
* "Grim Fairy Tales" - Agoniza and Eviscera Grim ("Thief of Time", "The Amazing Maurice and His Educated Rodents")
* "Guide to Impossible Buildings" - W.H.J Whittlbey ("Death's Domain")
* "The Guild Houses of Ankh-Morpork" - Startup Nodder, FAMG, AitD ("Thieves' Guild Diary")
* "Habits of the Wolves" - Captain W.E. Lightly ("Wintersmith")
* "A History of Hats" - F.G. Smallfinger ("Going Postal")
* "Household Medicine, Hair Care, and Simple Surgery" - Dr Peristyle Slack, Guild of Barber Surgeons ("Medical Notes" article)
*"How to Kille Insects" (A book of some 2,000 pages) - Humptulip
*"Inne Juste 7 Dayes I wille make You a Barbearian Hero" - supposedly by Cohen the Barbarian ("The Light Fantastic")
* "Inoffensive Reptiles of the Sto Plains" - Walnut ("Hogfather")
* "The Joye of Snackes" - Nanny Ogg (credited as "A Lancre Witch") ("Maskerade", "Nanny Ogg's Cookbook")
* "The Koom Valley Codex" (parody of "The Da Vinci Code"), "Thud!"
* "Maganevatio Obtusis" ("Witch-hunting for Dumb People") ("Wintersmith")
* "Mother Ogg's Tales for Tiny Folk" ("Nanny Ogg's Cookbook")
* "Mr Bunnsy Has An Adventure" and sequels (parody of "The Wind in the Willows", "Peter Rabbit" etc.) ("The Amazing Maurice and His Educated Rodents")
* "My Family and Other Werewolves" (parody of "My Family and Other Animals" by Gerald Durrell) ("Nanny Ogg's Cookbook")
* "My Life Amongst the Sponge-Eating, Coral-House-Dwelling Pygmies" - General Sir Rodney Purdeigh ("The Discworld Mapp")
* "Nooks and Corners of Ankh-Morpork" - Miss Amelia Cram ("Nanny Ogg's Cookbook")
* "Passion's Plaything" - Marjory J. Boddice ("Wintersmith")
* "The Omninous Encyclopedia" ("Wintersmith")
* "Sieges and Survival" General Callus Tacticus ("Wintersmith")
* "The Servant" - Lord Havelock Vetinari (unpublished) (pastiche of Niccolò Machiavelli's "The Prince") ("The Discworld Companion")
* "The Show Judges' Guide to Dragons" - Lady Sybil Vimes
* "The Shuttered Palace" - Translated from the Khalian by A Gentleman, with Hand-Coloured Plates for the Connoisseur in A Strictly Limited Edition ("Pyramids")
* "Some Observations on the Art of Invisibility" - Lord Winstanleigh Grenville-Pipe (out of print, even the engravers plates have been melted down)("Night Watch")
* "Sundered Hearts" - Marjory J. Boddice ("Wintersmith")
* "Survival in the Snow" - T.H. Mouseholder ("Wintersmith")
*"Synonyms for the Word Plimsoll" (A book series) ("Going Postal")
*"Thoughts from a Country Garden" - Miss Epetheme Small ("Medical Notes" article)
* "Torquus Simiae Maleficarum" (The Monkey Wrench of Witches, a parody of the "Malleus Maleficarum") ("Carpe Jugulum")
* "Toujours, Quirm" (parody of "Toujours, Provence" by Peter Mayle) ("Nanny Ogg's Cookbook")
* "Twurp's Peerage" (Information on Sto Plains nobility; parody of "Burke's Peerage") (various)
* "The Unexpurgated Dictionary" ("Wintersmith")
* "What I Did On My Holidays" - Twoflower ("Interesting Times")
* "Where's My Cow?" (winner of the Ankh-Morpork Librarian's Award [children's section] ) ("Thud!", "Where's My Cow?")
* "Why Things Are Not Otherwise" - Crumberry ("Wintersmith")
* "Wormhold's Steerage" ("Nanny Ogg's Cookbook")
* "VENI VIDI VICI: A Soldier's Life" - General A. Tacticus ("Jingo")

Fictional Roundworld books

All the following books appear in alternate histories of "our" world, as detailed in ' and '.

*"Ascent of Man" by The Rev. Charles Darwin
*"Farewell My Lovely Falcon"
*"The Hunchback King" (play) by Arthur J. Nightingale
*"King Rufus III" (play) by Arthur J. Nightingale
*"The Origin of Species" by The Rev. Richard Dawkins
*"The Short Comedy of Macbeth" (play) by Arthur J. Nightingale
*"Theology of Species" by The Rev. Charles Darwin
*"Watches Abroad" by Preserved J. Nightingale

ee also

*List of fictional books
*List of fictional comics


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