What happens to gods when their believers stop believing? Published in series with Mort, this edition of one of the most celebrated Discworld novels features brilliant illustrations by Omar Rayyan.
’Belief itself is the food of the gods.’ Unassuming novice Brutha has been chosen to hear the word of the Great God Om. However, Om – more usually known for appearing as a monstrous bull or a majestic swan – has fallen on hard times. It turns out that commanding unwavering respect is rather more difficult from the body of a small, scrawny tortoise. Still, Brutha might be the lowest rung in the Omnian church, but he is a true believer – surely that will be enough to dismantle hundreds of years of torture-fuelled corruption and avoid a holy war? Otherwise, Om will face the fate of all small gods, in which case even an endless diet of lettuce will start to look attractive.
Published in series with Mort.
Bound in cloth with an inset printed paper label
Set in Caslon
Black & white title-page illustration and 7 colour illustrations
9½˝ x 6¼˝