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Review of Going Postal by Terry Pratchett

Title: Going Postal

Author: Terry Pratchett
Rating: 5/5
I was plagued by an urge to watch Going Postal all throughout reading this book. Perhaps it’s because I’ve done so before many times. The part where the good guys are victorious is different, for sure, but no less fanciful and still in line with Moist’s character and I sort of prefer it to the slightly less dramatic version in the book. (I know, I know. The horror!)
However, everything leading up to it is far better. So many things went down, so many twists in the plot that, even though I knew the ending, I wondered how they were going to get there. Got to love the characters, especially Miss Dearheart and, yes, even the book version of Moist von Lipwig grew on me. But the golems are really the ones who steal my heart, especially Mr Pump and Anghammarad (you’ve got to love the deication of 19000 man of clay). ^_^
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