Troll Bridge this story is copyrighted to the author and not the owner of this web site. By Terry Pratchett. The air blew off the mountains, filling the air with fine ice. Troll Bridge has ratings and 69 reviews. Lyn said: Pratchett’s short story featuring Cohen the travels to a remote bridge to. 29 Aug “Troll Bridge” is a Discworld short story, written by Terry Pratchett in for a collection entitled After The King: Stories in Honour of J.R.R.
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He put him up to it.
Everyone should read this story. It’s just that they used to be a long way off, around the edges. May 27, Ahmad Sharabiani marked it as to-read Shelves: Cohen is the only recurring character from other Discworld novels. Fun little story about Cohen, a talking horse and troll under a bridge.
Short Story:Troll Bridge
Melancholic short story, but really really awesome. The last of a dying breed unable to move on and understanding that today is not the day either.
This prologue introduces Cohen in his prime, as a young man battling several armies at once. Support Select this reward.
And a selection of collectable movie stills to go with it! But Pratfhett always thought there’d be some more. Beryl says I ought to have gone in with her brother when they built that new road over his bridge, but,” he raised his voice, “I said, there’s been trolls under this bridge -” “Yeah,” said Cohen.
But there was a king. Aug 16, Michael Tenev rated it it was amazing.
Short Story:Troll Bridge – Discworld & Terry Pratchett Wiki
So what are you waiting for? It’s starting to sound like me. Trivia About Troll Bridge Dis It was an old rider. Stories In Honour of J. This is an endearingly comical short story about the trials and tribulations of being a hero and of being a villain.
The trailer is beautifully shot and suggests the promise and potential of this mind blowing story … it could ultimately be a wonderful and dramatic take on this much loved tale. Want to Read saving…. It waved a club.
What’s it all for? Please note that this reward does not stack with any of the other rewards below. Terry published Snuff in October What d’you think o’ that, eh?
Troll Bridge – Wikipedia
It should be easy for everyone to relate to: Haven’t got any,” it said. A piece of stone detached itself and tumbled down into the gorge. Oct 07, YouKneeK rated it liked it Shelves: But these times are a changing and Pratchett delivers a short but effective scene of two old timers reflecting on how things evolve and grow. Part of a short story tribute anthology to Tolkien, found in After the King: Inhe turned to writing full time.
In weather like this right-thinking people were indoors, in front of the fire, telling stories about heroes. This is Cohen the Barbarian, right, not some bugger from the village with a pitchfork.