I;m a great fan of Terry Pratchett's DiskWorld series of SF/Fantasy novels. He has a wicked sense of humour and has written hilarious discworld novels touching on such iconic topics as religion, war, hollywood, magic, death and even the postal service! His latest novel "Making Money" has recently been released and I read the first three chapters this evening. It's well up to his usual high standard and I can't wait to read the rest of this book over the next week or two. If you haven't read any discworld novels however, I'd recommend that you first reading "Going Postal". It provides the background to the main character in this book - Moist von Lipwig, a con-man who was saved from the hang-man's noose by the benevolent dictator of Ankh-Morpork only to be 'offered' a job restoring the decrepit postal service. However, there's nothing stopping you diving straight into "Making Money" as each discworld novel stands on its own.
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