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Ik ben verslaafd aan boeken. Hieronder kan je mijn volledige lijst vinden van gelezen fictie-boeken die in mijn boekenkast. Van sommige boeken kan je zelfs een korte bespreking vinden.
Wonderbare licht, Dat

Wonderbare licht, Dat


Terry Pratchett

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Deel 2 in de Schijfwereld-romanserie. Als de schijfwereld met een kwaadaardige rode ster in botsing dreigt te komen, is er maar van één kant redding mogelijk. Helaas komt die toevallig van de buitengewoon onbekwame en laffe tovenaar genaamd Rinzwind, die het laatst werd gezien toen hij van de rand van de wereld viel.


A fantastic sequel to The Colour of Magic

The Light Fantastic is the second novel in the brilliant Discwold series and picks up where The Colour of Magic ended.

The Wizards from the Unseen University are trying to save the world. For this they need to recite all eight spells originally written in the Octavo, a book of magic which the creator of the universe left behind - with characteristic absent-mindedness - shortly after completing his major work. One problem though: the eight spell is still imprisoned in the mind of Rincewind, one of the most clumsy and incompetent wizards ever to walk on the Discworld. And if that isn't bad enough Rincewind is currently falling off the rim of the world, together with the first-ever tourist Twoflower and his carnivorous Luggage.

Where The Colour of Magic is really humorous but lacks a good story-line, this episode is more complete. The characters are as funny and are now involved in a plot that really keeps the reader hooked. It is as though the first book only intends to introduce the main characters and the story really takes off in the second one. This does not mean that I advice you to skip the first one, because then you would miss a reasonable amount of jokes.

Knowing that the best books of the series are yet to follow these two - "Guards! Guards!" to name only one of them - the Discwold is the perfect series to start reading if you want to be amused for a very long time.