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  • I prefer the Vimes novels - they tend to be a better read than the other recurring characters

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      Feet of Clay by Terry Pratchett is another tale is his very popular and extensive Discworld collection. Feet of Clay is another book about Vimes and the Ankh Morpork City Watch.

      The Watch is expanding, with new officers of all descriptions, including


      humans, dwarves, trolls and a werewolf.

      This is of great help in the increasingly diverse city.

      Vimes is hard-pressed to solve seemingly unconnected crimes - the murder of a priest and a museum curator, and the poisoning of Lord Venitari.

      Like all ...


      • Pratchett novels, Feet of Clay is a mixture of humour, including some really bad puns, social commentary and fantasy spoofing.

        I prefer the Vimes novels - they tend to be a better read than the other recurring characters.

        I find Pratchett’s novels to

        be an easy read - great for relaxing when you don’t want to work too hard to be entertained.

        However, they can be read multiple times, and I can usually find new things to laugh at with additional readings.

        Another recommended book from a highly recommended author.




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