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Night Watch Paperback 2023

Exclusively embossed with Terry's signature and sealed with his coat of arms

£10.00

‘DON’T PUT YOUR TRUST IN REVOLUTIONS. THEY ALWAYS COME ROUND AGAIN. THAT’S WHY THEY’RE CALLED REVOLUTIONS. PEOPLE DIE, AND NOTHING CHANGES.’

The twenty-fifth of May is an important, sombre day in Ankh-Morpork – the anniversary of one of the city’s bloodiest rebellions.

But crime stops for nothing, as Commander Sam Vimes of the City Watch knows. When a notorious serial killer emerges from hiding, the chase leads the Watch to the roofs of Unseen University where a magical storm is brewing. It’s a case of wrong place, very wrong time.

For Vimes finds himself back in his own rough, tough past with only a killer for company and a city on the brink of revolution to contend with. But he must survive, because he has a job to do: track down the murderer and change the outcome of the rebellion.

And get back to the future before his wife gives birth, of course.

All in a day’s work …

‘The best Discworld book in the whole world ever. Until next time.’ SFX

Night Watch is the sixth book in the City Watch series, but you can read the Discworld novels in any order.

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City Watch Socks

£6.50

Now available in 2 size options!

Sprinting – or shall we say ‘proceeding’ – down a cobbled Ankh-Morpork street takes it’s toll after a while.

Treat your toes to some sensible footwear – your regulation boots may be made of cardboard but there’s no reason to scrimp on the socks!

  • One pair of khaki green socks with the crest and motto of the Ankh-Morpork City Watch in burnt orange
  • Officially licensed Discworld® merchandise
  • The perfect Hogswatch gift
  • Materials: 75% Cotton, 23% Nylon, 2% Elastane
  • UK Sizes 4 – 7 or 7 – 11
  • Certainly better quality than the standard-issue City Watch uniform socks…

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City Watch Lanyard

£6.00

Want to stand out as a member of the City Watch? This lanyard is just the thing.

‘A copper doesn’t keep flapping his lip.  He doesn’t let on what he knows.  He doesn’t say what he’s thinking.  No.  He watches and listens and he learns and he bides his time.  His mind works like mad but his face is a blank.  Until he’s ready.’

A 20mm dye sublimation lanyard complete with trigger clip fitting, split ring and safety break.

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Night Watch

Exclusively embossed with Terry's signature and sealed with his coat of arms

£15.00

Format: Hardback

Page count: 480 pages

Commander Sam Vimes of the Ankh-Morpork City Watch had it all.

But now he’s back in his own rough, tough past without even the clothes he was standing up in when the lightning struck…

Living in the past is hard. Dying in the past is incredibly easy. But he must survive, because he has a job to do. He must track down a murderer, teach his younger self how to be a good copper and change the outcome of a bloody rebellion.

There’s a problem: if he wins, he’s got no wife, no child, no future…

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Death and Albert Hogswatch Sweatshirt

£30.00 - £32.00

Death & Albert Hogswatch Seasonal Sweatshirt.

HO HO HO.

‘Well, the night is young,’ said Albert, sitting back in the sacks.
THE NIGHT IS OLD.  THE NIGHT IS ALWAYS OLD.
The pigs galloped on.  Then, ‘No, it ain’t.’
I’M SORRY?
‘The night isn’t any older than the day, master.  It stands to reason.  There must have been a day before anyone knew what the night was.’
YES, BUT IT’S MORE DRAMATIC.
‘Oh.  Right, then.’ Terry Pratchett, Hogfather

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The Librarian Hogswatch Sweatshirt

£30.00 - £32.00

The Librarian under the mistletoe. A jolly festive sweatshirt. A wonderful edition to any  seasonal wardrobe.

“Yes, sir, but the Librarian likes bananas, sir.”
“Very nourishin’ fruit, Mr Stibbons.”
“Yes, sir. Although, funnily enough it’s not actually a fruit, sir.”
“Really?”
“Yes, sir. Botanically, it’s a type of fish, sir. According to my theory it’s cladistically associated with the Krullian pipefish, sir, which of course is also yellow and goes around in bunches or shoals.”
“And lives in trees?”
“Well, not usually, sir. The banana is obviously exploiting a new niche.”
“Good heavens, really? It’s a funny thing, but I’ve never much liked bananas and I’ve always been a bit suspicious of fish, too. That’d explain it.” Terry Pratchett, Hogfather

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The City Watch Badge Beanie

£10.00

Size: One Size

Keep warm with our olive City Watch beanie. Wear it with pride and marvel as the criminal element of Ankh-Morpork respect you (or at least offer you a generous bribe).

It always embarrassed Samuel Vimes when civilians tried to speak to him in what they thought was ‘policeman’. If it came to that, he hated thinking of them as civilians. What was a policeman, if not a civilian with a uniform and a badge?

For this design we use Beechfield Original Cuffed Beanie. One Size. Double layer knit. Cuffed design. 100% soft touch acrylic.

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City Watch 1.5″ Collectable Pin

£65.00

“Over the door a motto in the ancient tongue of the city was now almost eroded by time and grime and lichen, but could just be made out:

FABRICATI DIEM, PVNC

It translated–according to Sergeant Colon, who had served in foreign parts and considered himself an expert on languages–as “To Protect and to Serve.”

Originally released in early 2008, this was one of the first collectable pins ever produced. Following on from the immensely popular 1in version, this pin features the famous City Watch emblem and the iconic motto ‘Fabricati Diem Pvnc’ – ‘Make My Day, Punk’.

Very rare and highly collectable.

Stock extremely limited.

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The City Watch Notebook

£15.00

Format: Hardback

Page count: 240

Size: A5

A beautiful A5 faux-leather notebook, with lined pages, embossed with the seal of the Ankh-Morpork City Watch, and bearing their motto – ‘Fabricati Diem Pvnc‘.

The notebook comes complete with a set of City Watch stickers.

Vimes had surreptitiously taken to carrying a notebook these days, and he had noted the damage as if the mere act of writing it down somehow made the world a more understandable place.

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