The Light Fantastic
The side-splitting sequel to The Color of Magic, The Light Fantastic by New York Times bestselling author Sir Terry Pratchett takes readers on another offbeat journey with bumbling wizard Rincewind and hapless tourist Twoflower—both last seen falling off the edge of Discworld.The fate of... show more
The side-splitting sequel to The Color of Magic, The Light Fantastic by New York Times bestselling author Sir Terry Pratchett takes readers on another offbeat journey with bumbling wizard Rincewind and hapless tourist Twoflower—both last seen falling off the edge of Discworld.The fate of Pratchett’s alternative fantasy macrocosm are in the bumbling duo’s hands as it hurtles its way toward a foreboding red star, threatening the fate of the entire universe. Sharp, sardonic, and brilliantly funny, in this third installment in the bestselling Discworld series, Pratchett once again earns his master satirist reputation, with witty wordplay and irreverent storytelling that fans are sure to love.
Publish date: January 29th 2013
Pages no: 288
Edition language: English
Series: Discworld 2 (#2)
The second Discworld book, following on directly from [b:The Colour of Magic|601238|The Colour of Magic (Discworld, #1)|Terry Pratchett|https://images.gr-assets.com/books/1365691644s/601238.jpg|194190].Rincewind and Twoflower find themselves taking in more of the scenery around the Disc as various p...
So, that's how Rincewind ended up with the Luggage! Right,..... I have been wondering about this for years. Now I know. There is no doubt that Terry Pratchett was a master at snarky humor and fantastic world building. No doubt at all. Yet, it takes me forever to get through some his books becaus...
This was another re-read which changed ratings after reading it again. It started out a little on the slow side, which is appropriate because I found the previous book ended on the slow side. Once you get past the first chapter however, the book picks up. The cast of characters from the previous boo...
This was the second book published in the Discworld series, and it concluded the story that began in The Color of Magic. I enjoyed this book a little more than the first one. It’s hard for me to pinpoint why, because it wasn’t drastically different from the first book, but I laughed more at the ...
I had considered switching to audiobooks for the rest of the Discworld series for the sake of convenience (also, I really need to finish stitching that quilt I've been working on) but this book convinced me that would not be a good idea. There are just far too many jokes and puns that would not be a...
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