The Color of Magic (Discworld Novels)

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The first story in the Discworld series, this tale revolves around the adventures of Twoflower, the naive tourist, and his inept wizard guide Rincewind, as they travel in search of thrills, adventure and opportunities not to get killed. This story is read by Tony Robinson.

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Since the publication of this title in 1983, Pratchett's Discworld series now has many best-selling titles in print, every one of which has received rapturous reviews.

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In these wildly eccentric adventures, Britain's best-selling living novelist mines a rich seam of comic fantasy that takes us to the Edge -- and beyond.

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