Going Postal by Terry Pratchett  » Books  »
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  • Set, like many of Terry Pratchett's books, in Ankh Morpork (which I think is a very fun setting, full of oddness like the University and the Watch), with many references to characters from his other books such as Captain Carrot, Saccharissa Cripslock, and Lord Vetinari, it feels both comfortable and new at the same time
  • I found his cleverness and manipulativeness fun to watch and the way people responded to him was also amusing
  • The book also contained interesting comments about human nature, how people like to Hope
  • Something that those who have been out of math class for a long time might not have noticed in this book is that 12.5% is 1/8, therefore, pieces of eight

    • by booklover
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      This book is a very fun read. Set, like many of Terry Pratchett’s books, in Ankh Morpork (which I think is a very fun setting, full of oddness like the University and the Watch), with many

      references to characters from his other books such as Captain Carrot, Saccharissa Cripslock, and Lord Vetinari, it feels both comfortable and new at the same time.

      The part I liked best about this book was the main character, Moist.

      I found his cleverness and manipulativeness fun to watch and the way people responded to him was also amusing.

      The book also contained interesting comments about human nature, how people like to Hope.

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