Everyone needs a place to relax after a long day, after all. So here is the place where the Grim Reaper can kick back and take the load off his scythe.
Here's the golf course that's not so much crazy as insane, and the useless maze, and the dark gardens - all brought (incongruously) to life.
And here, for the first time ever, you will find out the reason why Death can't understand rockeries, and what happens to garden gnomes.
As death rides Binky into the sunset (of other people's lives), you can at last see what he gets up to when he's not at work.
As an avid Discworld reader of many years, I have often tried to imagine the various locations on the Discworld, and their relation to each other.
With a comprehensive set of maps now available through all good booksellers, it adds a whole new level to the stories we so fondly re-read year after year. With each new story comes another layer to the rich round tapestry that is the Discworld.
With the extra information, anecdotes and map key neatly tucked away in an attached booklet, this has to be a great addition to any Discworld fan's wallspace.
Overall, another excellent addition to the T.P. Library. Very much anticipating his tour of NZ later this year. Watch for notice of appearances in the 4 main centres. in the first week of November, health permitting.
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