Pratchett, Terry Easter Eggs

Sod 'Em All - 7.1/10 with 215 votes
In 'Under milk wood' by Dillan Thomas, the town name is 'Llareggub' - backwards, this is BUGGERALL (BUGGER ALL)
In 'Soul music', Imp y Celen is from 'Llamedos' - backwards is SODEMALL (SOD EM ALL)
Good hey!!!!
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Heaps of Eggs in Each Book! - 7.1/10 with 255 votes
Terry Pratchett in his Discworld novels makes many subtle references to things of a more Earthly nature, and it has become somewhat of a competition among his fans to see who can find the most, and the obscurest, of these references. For instance, the... more
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Polish Terry - 5.8/10 with 77 votes
The name Lezek, in "Mort", is a version of the Polish name Leszek (nickname of Alexander). Also, Sto Lat in Polish is literally "a hundred years".
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"Cliff" the Troll Drummer - 5.1/10 with 106 votes
For non-British readers. In Soul Music, when the drummer changes his name to Cliff someone makes the comment "You'll never get anywhere in the music business with a name like that". The fact is that a certain Cliff Richard is the only artist to have... more
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