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A sequel to The Colour of Magic
"Unalloyed delight" - Guardian
"Marvellous sequel to The Colour of Magic pure fantastic delight" - Time Out
"Dropping off the edge of their world does not seem to have done Rincewind, Twoflower or Luggage any harm ... Excellent" - SFF Books
"Good fun is had by all in one of the most hilarious romps in ages" - Erg --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
After reading the first Discworld book in the series, I knew I had to read more.
You can never go wrong, will never be disappointed, and I guarantee you'll laugh out loud when you read any book by Terry Pratchett.
I very much enjoyed Pratchett's humor, story telling ability and quirky outlook on life.
Delightful satirical jabs encased in SF Fantasy. Probably more than I caought. This is the second book in the series and the second one that I have read. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Joe M
There are so many Diskworld books I thought it best to read them in order starting with the Color of Magic. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Moon Cat
This book is fantastic. Pratchett's writing style is both hilarious and clever. His dry British wit works wonderfully against the ludicrous world he's created. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Josh
I'm quite hooked on the discworld. Worth the read. I think those that like the Zanth series by Piers Anthony will like Discworld as well.Published 6 days ago by christina jimenez
Entertaining to the last, I read this fourth after Mort, guards guards, and the color of magic. I think it's geniusPublished 15 days ago by Doug
See the title! I need seventeen more words for wonderful. . . . . . . . . . Get the bookPublished 22 days ago by Karen Coho
This second book in the Discworld series continues the adventures and characters introduced in book one. It's a great read.Published 27 days ago by Joel R. Montgomery