Download Terry Pratchett - Jingo PDF eBook (Discworld #21)Jingo is a novel written by English author Terry Pratchett as the the 21st volume in his fantastic, exciting Discworld fantasy series. The book was originally published in 1997. The City Watch of Ankh-Morpork once again is in the spotlight of the story when an island—it had been submerged for years—suddenly and mysteriously rises above the sea. The dispute on the sovereignty of the newly appeared island is inspired by the real conflict that involved United Kingdom, France, and Italy over the island Ferdinandea (or Julia as the French named it).
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Terry Pratchett is a phenomenon unto himself... with its uniquely British sense of the absurd, and side-splitting, smart humor. Jingo is the 20th of Pratchett's Discworld novels, and the fourth to feature the City Guard of Ankh-Morpork. As Jingo begins, an island suddenly rises between Ankh-Morpork and Al-Khali, capital of Klatch. Both cities claim it. Lord Vetinari, the Patrician, has failed to convince the Ruling Council that force is a bad idea, despite reminding them that they have no army, and "I believe one of those is generally considered vital to the successful prosecution of a war." Samuel Vimes, Commander of the City Watch, has to find out who shot the Klatchian envoy, Prince Khufurah, and set fire to their embassy, before war breaks out.
Pratchett's characters are both sympathetic and outrageously entertaining… Anyone who doesn't mind laughing themselves silly at the idiocy of people in general and governments in particular will enjoy Jingo. —Nona Vero
PDF eBook Details(The page count for Discworld #21: Jingo PDF eBook might be different from the retail edition due to scanning or formatting.)
• Author: Terry Pratchett;
• Genre/Subject: Fantasy;
• Language: English;
• PDF Pages: 250;
• File Size: 1 MB;
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