Bromeliad Trilogy by Terry Pratchett is a hilarious fantasy novel series for children. Also known as the Nome Trilogy, the books in the series was originally published in 1989 and 1990. The series follows the exciting adventure of a race of tiny people known as Nomes, who have been living hidden from the human and try to find a place they can call home.
Wings by Terry Pratchett is a hilarious children novel first released in 1990. It is the 3rd and final book in the fantasy series Nome Trilogy, which is widely known as the Bromeliad Trilogy. The book follows Masklin’s adventure that happens at the same time as the events in book 2—when the Nomes in the quarry face a crisis as the place is going to be reopened.
Originally released in 1990, Diggers by Terry Pratchett is the 2nd novel in the hilarious children fantasy series entitled Nome Trilogy, famously known as the Bromeliad Trilogy. The series follow the adventure of the Nomes, a race of tiny people. After leaving The Store, Masklin has successfully led the Nomes to an abandoned quarry. During his romance crisis with Grimma, he goes to investigate an airport near the mining site. When Masklin never returns and the quarry is about to be reopened, it’s all up to Grimma to save the Nomes and once again find a new place to live.
Truckers by Terry Pratchett is a fantasy novel first released in 1989. It is the 1st book in a series of children books entitled Nome Trilogy, which is also widely known as Bromeliad Trilogy. The series follow the adventure of the Nomes, a race of tiny people who always hide from humans, who live in a place called “The Store.” Led by Masklin, the nomes of The Store have to struggle to find a new place after the “Outsiders”, nomes from outside The Store, come and bring a bad tiding that the place is going to be destroyed.