(Discworld Novel 39)

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This is the countryside, after all. Everyone sees where you go and you never know who is behind a hedge.

And if you're very unlucky, the person behind the hedge could have very unfriendly intentions. It may look idyllic, but the
Matteo Bortolotti
Ha scritto il 06/10/15
It's sad to see that the Disc (that's quite what's called a Crapsack World) is ready to aknowledge goblins' rights while our own still struggle to aknowledge different people's. This book is a wonderful way to show the danger of discrimination and ho...Continua
Ha scritto il 16/10/13
A pure-Vimes Discworld book, so you know what to expect: a good mistery touch, loads of punchlines and some violence in the name of justice. I'm very fond of the Watch series (all five stars books down there), but without the usual cast (most of them...Continua
Ha scritto il 01/03/13

Uhm. I liked the idea, but the execution was less than perfect. All the new characters remained... new, and in the end I didn't really care for anyone.

Marco "Cecil...
Ha scritto il 24/09/12
One more amazing novel by Terry Pratchett. This one is focussed on Commander Vimes of the Ankh-Morpork City Watch who is, to his horror, forced to take a holiday. Besides the entertaining story, a pretty loose mystery, there are the usual hundreds of...Continua
Ha scritto il 21/09/12

Entertaining enough, but with huge boring parts.

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