Review of 'Going Postal'

Going Postal by Terry Pratchett
29th book in the 'Discworld' series

Moist von Lipwig has just been hanged…or would have been had Lord Ventari not got to him first and giving him the choice between filling the long-vacant position of Postmaster or… It was a difficult decision. This is a story of redemption as Moist builds up the crumbing postal service of Anhk-Morpork and does battle with the Grand Trunk Semaphroe Company. Pratchett is once again in his stride with the wit flying thick and fast in this latest contribution to the Discworld opus. A good story, memorable and likeable characters make this a great page-turner.

Rating: “Really good but I have some issues”

Review Date: 2006-04-21

Genre: Fantasy

Publisher: Corgi

Publication Date: 2004

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