This would have been worth the price for just the storyline, but the inclusion of a whole playable species and a section on some fun and interestingly designed pub games makes it practically indispensible.
The actual storyline is, in a lot of ways, a welcome change of pace from chaos cults and the supernatural as the central focus, as has perhaps been overdone in WFRP over the editions. Having a sort of constantly escalating frenetic energy to the plots more at home in old British comedy series feels like it should keep things moving and interesting, and the layout of events happening on an ordered timetable is extremely welcome for running the campaign, as well as the quality and utility of the maps.
There's a sense of well thought out worlbuilding and flavour to the pub games that oddly led to me enjoying reading that section the most, plus it's nice to have a variety of skills utillized in mini games of that nature rather than just relegating it all to a simple Gambling test.
[5 of 5 Stars!]