In what book did Greebo first get turned into a man? I thought that I had read all of the books in the series, but in Maskerade Esme turns Greebo into a man and the book treats it as if it had been done before. So I must have missed out on one.
IIRC it was Witches Abroad.
It was in Witches Abroad. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Witches_Abroad
For a complete list of the books, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Discworld.
Somethings wrong with my memory. Either I falsely remember having read *Witches Abroad * or I completely forgot about Greebo getting transformed in that book.
Rio by Duran Duran.
Now that I’ve looked up the site from Brainglutton, I remember the story. But I should reread it just to be sure.
Huh? I, too, have no recollection of Greebo being transformed into anything in Witches Abroad.
He’s in on the various transformations of animals and objects that going along with getting Embarella to the ball.
Then, IIRC, he has his way with a guest or two at the ball, then gets into a fight with the guards and ends up hiding out in the palace kitchens, where the cook gives him a plate of fish-heads and some milk.