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  • I won't say how, because that would wreck the story, but some of the characters are quite interesting - a girl who believes she's the main character in a story (any story), some scheming rat catchers, and of course, Maurice, the boy, and the talking rats

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      This book is another of Terry Pratchett’s Discworld books, although if you haven’t read any of his other Discworld books it would still make sense - it’s not heavily reliant on the setting. In this book, a talking cat, a

      boy who plays the pipe, and some talking rats team up to introduce a plague of rats on different towns.

      The boy then pipes them out of town and gets paid.

      This time, when they start the scam, things go ...


      • differently.

        I won’t say how, because that would wreck the story, but some of the characters are quite interesting - a girl who believes she’s the main character in a story (any story), some scheming rat catchers, and of course,

        Maurice, the boy, and the talking rats.

        One of them even dances.

        Another of the rats believes in a book that is strangely reminiscent of Peter Rabbit, called Mr.

        Bunnsy.

        Eventually it all settles down into a mostly happy if unexpected ending.




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