Feet of Clay: A Novel of Discworld

Feet of Clay: A Novel of Discworld

Terry Pratchett


It's homicide in Discworld!—which quite often is not any sizeable deal. yet what bothers Watch Commander Sir Sam Vimes is that the bizarre deaths of 3 aged Ankh-Morporkians don't endure the fresh, effective marks of the Assassins' Guild. An obvious loss of any purpose is usually relatively troubling. All Vimes has are a few tracks of white clay and extra of these bothersome "clue" issues that merely serve to muck up an research. The anger of a frightened population is already being dangerously channeled towards the city's small neighborhood of golems—the senseless, absurdly industrious creatures of baked clay, who can sometimes be discovered toiling within the city's factories. and sure hugely put personages are utilizing the unrest as an excuse to resurrect a monarchy—which will be undesirable sufficient no matter if the "king" they have been grooming wasn't as empty-headed as your average lively pottery.

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