Terry Pratchett - Unseen Academicals PDF (Discworld #37)

Discworld #37: Unseen Academicals PDF

Terry Pratchett - Unseen Academicals PDF Download eBook (Discworld #37)

Unseen Academicals is the 37th novel in Discworld series, an exciting, witty fantasy series by Terry Pratchett. Originally published in 2009, the book sees the return of characters such as Mustrum Ridcully, Rincewind, and Havelock Vetinari, and the introduction of new characters like the tin can kicker Trevor Likely, Juliet Stollop the fashion model, and the Mysterious Mr Nutt.

As we know, Pratchett is English and in England football—or also known as soccer, especially in the US—is the biggest sport, and he’s made this sport the main subject of all the puns, spin-offs and satire in the hilariously brilliant fantasy story.

*Preview of Terry Pratchett's Unseen Academicals*
Football has come to the ancient city of Ankh-Morpork. And now the wizards of Unseen University must win a football match, without using magic, so they're in the mood for trying everything else.

The prospect of the Big Match draws in a street urchin with a wonderful talent for kicking a tin can, a maker of jolly good pies, a dim but beautiful young woman, who might just turn out to be the greatest fashion model there has ever been, and the mysterious Mr Nutt (and no one knows anything much about Mr Nutt, not even Mr Nutt, which worries him, too). As the match approaches, four lives are entangled and changed for ever.

Because the thing about football—the important thing about football—is that it is not just about football.

Here we go! Here we go! Here we go!

PDF eBook Details

(The page count for Discworld #37: Unseen Academicals PDF eBook might be different from the retail edition due to scanning or formatting.)
Author: Terry Pratchett;
Genre/Subject: Fantasy;
Language: English;
PDF Pages: 225;
File Size: 1 MB;

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  1. AnonymousJune 06, 2013

    Hello... Thank you for your awesome uploads.....This is where i find books that cant be found jokes... Im sure you know what i mean.. The above link does direct me to the bevyshare captcha screen...however from there on when i click download it goes to some free software download...never had this problem with your other downloads...except for the snuff pdf link....that does not work either....thank you so much for your efforts on this...hoping the links work again soon....ciao....

  2. AnonymousJune 06, 2013 almost worked around the tenth time for me...once i gave the captcha it almost downloaded but failed twice. Now when i try again it keeps directing me to that free software site...ill keep trying though....

  3. That's a pretty weird case.

    I just tried the link. I try to download the file twice and in the second attempt, the link leads to an ad page.
    I'm guessing that you can't hit the download button twice in a row. If your first attempt to download fail, you have to repeat the whole process.
    Try to give an interval for about 10 minutes if your previous download fail, then repeat the process from the very beginning (entering the link and get to the download page).

    If your download fail it might be due to unstable connection, ie. your connection fails for a second or two.

    Or maybe you can try this method:
    Below the red download button (after entering the CAPTCHA codes and the 15 seconds wait), you will see a a link (in a text-box). If you do, copy that link, then open a new tab in your browser (or open another browser if you have more than one) and enter the link you've just copied. It might work the trick.
    PS. This link is gonna be really long, with lots of numbers.

  4. AnonymousMay 31, 2016

    May 31, '16 -- Well, I easily downloaded a .php file of "Unseen Academicals" from Bevyshare at ... but what the hell is a .php file?! Looked it up, got an app that'll open that kind of file (Notepad++, which works fine) and... voila! the content is a bunch of gibberish. Tried converting the .php file to .htm, loaded this file into Calibre ebook program, converted it to .epub and ... content is a bunch of gibberish. Sample: PKYWiA¯V±®Â,d;Terry Pratchett - [Discworld 37] Unseen Academicals (v).pdfÌüTß—-ŒâÜÝ-¸ÜÝ]‚»kp×ànÁÝ ÁÝÝÝ‚wà‘_ο»ïë¾ß½=Fï=ƨ³ê쪚U{ï9×Ú‡³Î¢P§gf`ƒ¥RWe&f"¶7²‚åå…eTõp0%f1t6´±7‡eT447u"fy?A–ŸÖÔÎäω,ÿé‚΃e”±4q"Ö&fûs>13Ó_øk8ÿ1,ÌÍßF–¿¬Yÿ^ÇÊñaû{9ë_Ãþ×pýc,Í_À_ö¿(ìQØÿ¢püEáø‹Âñ…ã/
    This is Pratchett on PCP or something.
    Am now looking up Berlitz course in learning gibberish. If you can't beat 'em, join 'em. Cheers.

    1. Hi. Actually you should've gotten a ".zip" file that contains the .pdf file of the eBook.
      I really didn't know how it happened that made you get a php file.

      To download the book:
      - Click the link (Download here) in the post above.
      - A pop-up ad might appear, just close it.
      - You will get to the download page at
      - Click the red "Download" button. (Sometimes a pop-up ad will appear, just close it.)
      - Fill the captha security code and click submit.
      - Wait for 15 seconds.
      - Click the red "Download" button.
      - Your download will start and the result of the download should be the .zip file I mentioned above.

      I hope that helps. :)

  5. AnonymousJune 01, 2016

    May 31 '16 (about 15 hours later) Thanks for responding, Maha Copia. I performed the magical rites you prescribed right to the letter, and got (via another fine file-specimen of the .php persuasion. A fine thing in itself, no doubt, but not worth a damn in the aesthetic quest for the Pratchettian light-comedic-fantasy-novel. I mean, some may find, say, "ÌÍßF–¿¬Yÿ^ÇÊñaû{9ë_Ãþ×pýc,Í_À_ö¿(ìQØÿ¢püEáø‹Âñ…ã/" a riveting bit of avant-garde literature, but I am not among their progressive ranks, alas. I suspect evil hyperdimensional cybergremlins, working on behalf of the eldritch demonic forces of conceptual-property-rights-enforcement, have infested your file-sharing entity, thus bitching up the works. What to do? Well, Plan "B": (After infinite amounts of the most labor-intensive editing known to man and machine, this text will emerge from my trusty Calibre program suitably mangled as an .epub for my private delectation, the point of this whole exercise.) Cheers!