In un mondo sorretto da quattro elefanti magici che poggiano sul guscio di una tartaruga gigante, comincia la più stramba, scatenata ed esplosiva delle avventure: il primo libro della saga di Mondo Disco, dove tutto ha inizio.
- ISBN: 8869187888
- Casa Editrice: Salani
- Pagine: 176
- Data di uscita: 30-06-2016
I haven't reviewed this because I read it so long ago that all I can remember is I loved it. I'll take our very old and battered copy (bought in 1987) to the hospice this weekend when I go with Celyn and see if I can't refresh my memory. RIP, Sir Terry. 'DON'T THINK OF IT AS DYING,' said Death, 'JUST T Leggi tutto
The Rincewind starts blowing up his ego in the first installment of the epic Discworld. The establishment of one of the sub series of the Discworld, around Rincewind, sorcerers, and the Unseen University, deals with insurances, Hrun the barbarian, role playing games, living furniture, different fanta Leggi tutto
Before picking it up, I'd heard that The Colour of Magic was funny. Now that can mean just about anything because, let's face it, comedy is the most subjective of arts. Funny is a deeply personal thing. The "funny peculiar" and the "funny ha-ha" might not be the same from person to person or even to Leggi tutto
A fun book, but doesn't deliver as much as the later Discworld books Check out my new youtube channel where I show my instant reactions to reading fantasy books seconds after I finish the book. This was not my first discworld book I read, which is probably a good thing because I'm not sure
I will officially be reading the entire Discworld series!
This must be the exception that proves the rule. For years I’ve been adamantly advocating reading series in publication order, whether a coherent story or a set of standalones. In Discworld , that simply doesn’t seem to be the best solution. Everyone seems to suggest that a new reader should not star Leggi tutto
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