Feet Of Clay
Vimes is back, in all his curmudgeonly glory, in this classic, perceptive and laugh-out-loud Discworld mystery that will keep you turning the pages.
‘In my opinion, this is the book where Pratchett *really* hits his stride in terms of the city watch books . . . Is this book worth your time? Yes. A thousand times yes’ Patrick Rothfuss, New York Times bestselling author of The Name of the Wind
THERE’S A WEREWOLF WITH PRE-LUNAR TENSION IN ANKH-MORPORK. AND A DWARF WITH ATTITUDE AND A GOLEM WHO’S BEGUN TO THINK FOR ITSELF.
But for Commander Vimes, Head of Ankh-Morpork City Watch, that’s only the start…
There’s treason in the air. A crime has happened.
He’s not only got to find out whodunit, but howdunit too. He’s not even sure what they dun. But soon as he knows what the questions are, he’s going to want some answers.
Readers love Feet of Clay:
‘One of the best Pratchett books, and possibly the funniest book ever written . . . Pratchett somehow gives you a healthy dose of philosophical musings that balance out the humour oh so perfectly’ Goodreads reviewer,
‘One of the best writers out there, consistently smart and funny . . . Somehow, Sam Vimes’ sour take on his Discworld makes me feel a bit better about our Earth’ Goodreads reviewer,
‘An excellent mix between parody humorous fantasy setting with crime mystery plot’ Goodreads reviewer,
‘This one is another instant favourite . . . Reliably excellent, funny, emotional, insightful etc. Truly a wonderful series’ Goodreads reviewer,
‘Pratchett’s genius is on full display here in yet another entry in which he somehow manages to write a book that is both “light reading,” low-brow comedy, good-natured affirmation of humanity, and high-brow philosophy all at the same time’ Goodreads reviewer,
‘As usual, Terry Pratchett discusses a number of moral-philosophical questions in his story . . . the book was a complete success and definitely worth 5 stars’ Goodreads reviewer,
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