By Terry Pratchett
A disagreement and a conflict for the reality in Terry Pratchett's bestselling Discworld® series
The denizens of Ankh-Morpork fancy they have noticeable with reference to every thing. yet then comes the Ankh-Morpork Times, suffering scribe William de Worde's upper-crust publication grew to become Discworld's first paper of list.
An moral journalist, de Worde has a proclivity for investigating stories—a nasty behavior that quickly creates strong enemies wanting to cease his presses. And what larger approach than to begin the Inquirer, a titillating (well, what else wouldn't it be?) tabloid that with ease interchanges what is actual for what sells.
But de Worde's acquired an within line at the scorching tale relating Ankh-Morpork's major patrician, Lord Vetinari. The proof say Vetinari is responsible. yet as William de Worde learns, proof do not continually inform the entire tale. there is that pesky little factor known as . . . the truth.