The Colour of MagiceBook - 2008
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‘The Colour of Magic’ kickstarts Terry Pratchett’s ‘Discworld’ series with the cowardly wizard Rincewind being swept up in the journey of Twoflower, a naïve tourist with carnivorous luggage. One of the longest running fantasy series of all time (41 books!). There are many story arcs and character... Read More »
This classic is pure fantasy fun. Filled with wild characters, beautifully crafted worlds, and imaginative twists, The Colour of Magic may not be a strong laugh-out-loud book, but it invites its readers to delve deep and enjoy.
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Terry Pratchett blends high fantasy with dry humour and a good splash of satire. Step into the Discworld series, where the world balances on the backs of elephants standing on a giant turtle. A madcap adventure ensues as the inept wizard Rincewind reluctantly becomes the guide for Ankh-Morpork’s ... 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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