I read cozy and historical mysteries, a bit of Paranormal/UF, and to mix it up, I read science and gardening books on occasion.
I never know how to review the discworld books. They're sort of impossible to describe to anyone who hasn't already read them, and likewise, they're hard (for me) to review.
Generally, having read a few of the later discworld books in a couple of the sub-series, I found this one to be the weakest in terms of personal enjoyment. I'm happy to have The Luggage finally explained, or at least properly introduced, and there were a few great jokes, but the story... meh. And is it just me, or is Death distinctly less personable in his earliest incarnation? I also missed the footnotes that add so much to later discworld books.
I read this in both audio and print as part of the Discworld group and for Halloween Bingo - I'm using it for the Free Square.