Complete collection of Terry Pratchett quotes by subject and cross-referenced
The problem, of course, was the frogs. Not rains of frogs, which were uncommon now in Ankh-Morpork, but specifically foreign treefrogs from the humid jungles of Klatch. They were small, brightly coloured, happy little creatures who secreted some of the nastiest toxins in the world, which is why the job of looking after the large vivarium where they happily passed their days was given to first-year students, on the basis that if they got things wrong there wouldn’t be too much education wasted. (TT)
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.