Lords and Ladies, by Terry Pratchett, is an outright giggle-fest. Can’t remember the last time I laughed so much while reading — certainly not a book conducive to inducing somnolence.
We returns to the witches of Discworld, Nanny Ogg, Granny Weatherwax and Magrat who is about to become Queen Magrat and finds herself in an identity crisis and bored to distraction. Boredom on Discworld, however, is never lasting ailment as proven by an attempting invasion by the Sidhe.
Full of screamingly funny romance, Pratchett’s deft ability as a story-teller, with a touch of social consciousness thrown in. A great summer, or anytime, read.