Review of 'Feet of Clay'

Feet of Clay by Terry Pratchett
19th book in the 'Discworld' series

A murder has taken place with few clues and no suspects. Commander Vimes of the City Watch has his work cut out for him what with a dwarf intent on wearing female clothing (granted, she is a 'she', but it is just not normal for a dwarf…), a member of the watch who has just been deemed to be a member of the aristocracy (and he can't even spell the word - or say it for that matter), another who is a warewolf…and that is just the raw material he has to work with to solve the crime, the criminals, now they are odd…Another discworld novel focusing on the City Watch as they find themselves drawn into the world of golem slave-labour and a truly convoluted mystery. Yet again, another terrific, if not terribly intelectual, Discworld treat.

Rating: “Average, but who wants to be average?”

Genre: Fantasy

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