2 Where is the Mariner pursued by the evil Deacon, at enormous expense?
3 Where did the journalist Ed Malone venture with Lord John Roxton and Professor Summerlee?
4 What links Thomas Middleton and Tears for Fears to a very long, very starry film about the pursuit of a cache of stolen money?
5 Where might you be tutored in philosophy by Albert Knox and his dog, Hermes?
6 What comes between A Buyer's Market and At Lady Molly's?
1 Discworld, the magical planet described in the apparently never- ending sequence of novels by Terry Pratchett. 2 Waterworld, in the hugely costly Kevin Costner melted-
icecap epic. 3 The Lost World, in Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's rampaging dinosaur epic (they were led by Professor Challenger). 4 Mad Worlds - Middleton wrote A Mad World, My Masters; "Mad World" was Tears for Fears' first hit; and Stanley Kramer's It's a Mad Mad Mad Mad World (1963) managed to bang together almost every comedy star in America without sparking a laugh. 5 In Sophie's World, the bestseller by Jostein Gaarder. 6 The Acceptance World, in Anthony Powell's sequence A Dance to the Music of Time.Reuse content