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In Carpe Jugulum, Terry Pratchett pastiches the traditions of vampire literature, playing with the mythic archetypes and featuring a tongue-in-cheek reversal of 'vampyre' subculture with young vampires who wear bright clothes, drink wine, and stay up until noon.
Count Magpyr and family are invited to the christening of Magrat and King Verence's daughter, to be conducted by the Omnian priest, Mightily Oats . For some reason, the Magpyrs are not keen to go home to Überwald, and, once again, the witches, Granny Weatherwax, Nanny Ogg and Agnes Nitt (aka Perdita) have to save the mountain realm of Lancre.
Carpe Jugulum translations
- Захапи за врата (Bulgarian)
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