By Gregg Olsen
By Terry Pratchett
In a global whose seasons are outlined by way of Christmas revenues and Spring models, enormous quantities of tiny nomes dwell within the corners and crannies of a human-run division shop. they've got made their houses underneath the floorboards for generations and not remember—or even think in—life past the shop walls.
Until the day a small band of nomes arrives on the shop from the skin. Led through a tender nome named Masklin, the Outsiders hold a mysterious black field (called the Thing), and so they convey devastating information: In twenty-one days, the shop should be destroyed.
Now the entire nomes needs to learn how to interact, and so they needs to discover ways to think—and to imagine BIG.
Part satire, half parable, and half event tale par excellence, grasp storyteller Terry Pratchett's end of the attractive Bromeliad trilogy lines the nomes' flight and look for safeguard, a seek that leads them to find their very own dazzling origins and takes them past their wildest dreams.