The Color of Magic
A Novel of DiscworldeBook - 2009
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vv1 Mar 12, 2015
This book is one of the finest in comedic fantasy. Terry Pratchett is the Douglas Adams of fantasy and manages to take you on a wild ride that leaves you laughing the whole way. One of my favorite books and a frequent reread of mine. It's also a good place to start if you'd like to start reading ... Read More »
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This is book starts off with the introduction of Twoflower; a tourist who is often ignornant and naive to his surrondings and his unlucky guide; a failed wizard named Rincewind who is in short; a coward. By traveling along with this comical duo you will have lots of face to face meetings with death (literally) and lots of angry gods and godesses, one in paticular named 'Fate'. Overall this book will get you laughing hard, as you experience this chaotic adventure through Discworld.
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