Review: Wyrd Sisters by Terry Pratchett
As is often the case with Pratchett's world, this one was hilarious with plenty of laugh out loud moments (in particular I enjoyed reading about Granny's Weatherwax's experiences watching a being acted out for the first time,) and some plot twists that are only plausible through the clever humour and remarkable insight that the author has into human nature. Things right themselves by the end of the book, but with some very clever twists. A few passages worked better with a second reading, as Pratchett has a tendency to ramble or go off on tangents, but the whole thing is so much fun it is easy to forgive the author for this shortcoming.
Overall, lots of fun.