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Over the last few years, it was his writing that sustained him. Terry passed away in his home, with his cat sleeping on his bed surrounded by his family on 12th March 2015.Diagnosed with PCA1 in 2007, he battled the progressive disease with his trademark determination and creativity, and continued to write.He completed his last book, a new Discworld novel, in the summer of 2014, before succumbing to the final stages of the disease.He sold 70million books worldwide with translations into more than 30 languages.
It started in 1957 at Chicago’s most famous nightclub, Chez Paree.It was such a pleasure to get to know him.' 'Shouting from the rooftops about the absurdity of how little funding dementia research receives, and fighting for good quality dementia care, he was and will remain the truest of champions for people with the condition.' 'If cats looked like frogs we'd realise what nasty, cruel little b******* they are', Sir Terry wrote in Lords and Ladies, his 1992 novel based on Shakespeare's Midsummer Night's Dream. That's what people remember.'And it is his distinctive style that people remember.Sir Terry's Discworld series starting with The Colour of Magic in 1983 is 40 volumes of sci-fi fantasy, written with a sharp and wild sense of humour.'Pratchett is a master storyteller', critic AS Byatt said in 2011.He was in the dark and suddenly the spotlight picked him up—he was electric, he was hot, it was almost a sexual thing.
He was singing to Kim Novak, sitting at a stageside table; she had just finished work on Alfred Hitchcock’s the most challenging film of her career.
The character of 'death' always speaks in capitals in the Discworld series Speaking of his campaign, Sir Terry said: 'I have seen people profess to fear that the existence of a formalised approach to assisted dying could lead to it somehow becoming part of national health policy.'If we were ever to end up with such a government, we would be in so much trouble that the problem would become the least of our worries.