Vintage steam roller destroyed the unfinished books of Terry Pratchett

© Fotolia / BillionPhotos.costaria books. Archival photoVintage steam roller destroyed the unfinished books of Terry Pratchett© Fotolia /

Unfinished books Terry Pratchett, according to his last wishes, was destroyed by a steam roller, said managing the legacy of the popular science fiction writer from Britain.

Terry Pratchett died in March 2015, at the age of 66 after several years of struggle with Alzheimer’s. A draft of his unfinished works were kept on the hard disk of the computer.

The last will of the writer performed at the exhibition of the steam equipment in Dorset. The hard drive passed one of its exhibits is the old steam roller.

Photography has been under the roller drive posted on his Twitter managing heritage Pratchett, Rob Wilkins.

About to fulfill my obligation to Terry @SalisburyMuseum @Wiltshire_flo

— Terry Pratchett (@terryandrob) 25 Aug 2017

Pratchett in his writing career he has sold 75 million copies of books. Most of them were comic fantasy series «the world is Flat». In 1998, the writer was awarded the title of Chevalier of the Order of the British Empire for contributions to literature.