Complete collection of Terry Pratchett quotes by subject and cross-referenced
'... when you look at the state of mankind you are forced to accept the reality of the gods.' (LH)
... the problem with bandaging an orangutan's head is knowing when to stop. (LH)
It wasn't that the prospect of the end of the world was concentrating minds unduly, because that is a general and universal danger that people find hard to imagine. But the Patrician was being rather sharp with people, and that is a specific and highly personal danger and people had no problem relating to it at all. (LH)
... men who can invent things anyone could have thought of are very rare men. (LH)
Their eyes said that wherever it was, they had been there. Whatever it was, they had done it, sometimes more than once. But they would never, ever, buy the T-shirt. And they did know the meaning of the word 'fear'. It was something that happened to other people. (LH)
'You have nothing to fear but fear itself.'
'Oh, is that so? What help is that? You think that makes it better? Well, let me tell you, some of that fear can be pretty big and nasty -' (SD)
Terry Pratchett is one of the great authors and his works are eminently quotable. The blog format was used to allow multiple subjects. For quotes by book go to here or character here.