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  1. Author Terry Pratchett Dies at 66

    For all his fiction victories, in the end, Pratchett couldn’t overcome the monster that is early-onset Alzheimer’s disease. The British writer penned more than 70 books, including the popular “Discworld” series, and sold more than 85 million books world-wide. He was the rare best-selling fantasy author whose masterful storytelling also drew praise from the high literary echelon. Pratchett, who had just released a compilation of early short stories in February, died at home surrounded by family.

    Daily Mail, Telegraph

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