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The Color of Magic

A Novel of Discworld
Pratchett, Terry (Paperback - 2013)
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Terry Pratchett has invented a phantasmagorical universe in which a blissfully naive interplanetary tourist called Two-flower joins up with a drop-out wizard whose spells only seem to work half of the time. Together they undertake a chaotic voyage through a crazy world filled with monsters and dragons, heroes and knaves. Pratchett has taken the sword and sorcery fantasy tradition and turned it in its ear to create an entertaining and bizarre spoof.
Authors: Pratchett, Terry
Statement of Responsibility: Terry Pratchett
Title: The color of magic
a novel of discworld
Publisher: New York : Harper, 2013
Characteristics: 277 p. ; 19 cm.
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Summary: Terry Pratchett has invented a phantasmagorical universe in which a blissfully naive interplanetary tourist called Two-flower joins up with a drop-out wizard whose spells only seem to work half of the time. Together they undertake a chaotic voyage through a crazy world filled with monsters and dragons, heroes and knaves. Pratchett has taken the sword and sorcery fantasy tradition and turned it in its ear to create an entertaining and bizarre spoof.
Subject Headings: Vimes, Samuel (Fictitious character) Fiction Discworld (Imaginary place) Fiction
Genre/Form: Fantasy fiction
Topical Term: Vimes, Samuel (Fictitious character)
Discworld (Imaginary place)
ISBN: 9780062225672
0062225677
Branch Call Number: SCI-FI P
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Nov 16, 2010
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Aug 19, 2012
  • QueenofBrokenHearts rated this: 5 stars out of 5.

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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