The Fifth Elephant (Audio CD) Reviews
Description:ISBN 0552154237 / Author: Terry Pratchett / Genre: Sci-Fi & Fantasy / Narrator: Tony Robinson / Terry Pratchett has a seemingly endless capacity for generating inventively comic novels about the Discworld and its inhabitants but there is in the hearts of most of his admirers a ... more
The Fifth Elephant (Audio CD) ... particular place for those novels which feature the hard-bitten captain of the Ankh-Morpork City Watch Samuel Vimes. Sent as ambassador to the Northern principality of Uberwald where they mine gold, and iron and fat, but never silver, he is caught up in an uneasy truce between dwarfs, werewolves and vampires, in the theft of the Scone of Stone (a particularly important piece of dwarf bread) and in the old werewolf custom of giving humans a short start in the hunt and then cheating.
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