Book review: Truckers by Terry Pratchett

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Author Sir Terry Pratchett will be sadly missed. Having died last month, he leaves a legacy of wonderful books for future generations to enjoy.

Truckers is hilarious and typical Pratchett. Imagine that all around you, hidden from sight, there are thousands of tiny people, who are four inches tall, brave, stubborn and resourceful.

They are the nomes and they live under the floorboards of a large department store and have never been outside, infact they don’t even believe in the outside. But new nomes arrive, from where else and bring with them terrifying news, the store is closing and everything must go.

Truckers by Terry Pratchett, £6.99, published by