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4.0 out of 5 stars
Not his best, but fantastic all the same., 1 July 2002
The truth has a complicated plot, as all of Pratchett's Discworld books, delightfully woven through the layers of Ank-Morpork. We get to visit old friends, Commander Vimes, the patrician, of course, and Gaspode along with many others. I enjoyed very much reading the book, and as with all his books, I had trouble closing it. However, I find that he must have left a thread or two unravelled in the plot, at least I would have liked a bit more explaining about the extra figures in the black light pictures. Not his best one, but far, far better than many of the best books I have read that were written by other authors. One simply has to love his warped sense of humour, Pratchett is in a class of its own.