Review: The Color of Magic

The Color of MagicThis was a fabulous book. I admit when I first started, it took a bit to wrap my brain around the eclectic style and imagery that Pratchett uses. Once I got into the storyline though, it became a fun rollercoaster. Seriously, what is there not to love about place & time distortions happening in the middle of your storyline? His writing reminds me greatly of Douglas Adams’ work, as in they both make me laugh out loud and look ridiculous wherever I’m reading.

Will definitely be continuing this series!

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