Twoflower was a tourist, the first ever seen on the Discworld. Tourist, Rincewind decided, meant idiot.
Somewhere on the frontier between thought and reality exists the Discworld, a parallel time and place which might sound and smell very much like our own, but which looks completely different. It plays by different rules. Certainly it refuses to succumb to the quaint notion that universes are ruled by pure logic and the harmony of numbers.
But just because the Disc is different doesn't mean that some things don't stay the same. Its very existence is about to be threatened by a strange new blight: the arrival of the first tourist, upon whose survival rests the peace and prosperity of the land. But if the person charged with maintaining that survival in the face of robbers, mercenaries and, well, Death is a spectacularly inept wizard, a little logic might turn out to be a very good idea...
The Colour of Magic is the first novel in Terry Pratchett's acclaimed Discworld series, of which some 20 million copies have been sold. This special hardcover edition is reissued to commemorate the twenty-first anniversary of its first publication by Colin Smythe Limited in 1983. Since then the Discworld has spawned a further thirty-one titles and become one of the most popular and celebrated sequences in English literature.
Incompleteness? Maybe not.
If there’s anyone reading the reviews on this, and noticed the other comments, I was checking on this on Wikipedia. It mentioned this volume segues into a second volume, “Light Fantastic,” as if Mr. Pratchett had written both to be a “two-in-one” book. I only just purchased this, so I haven’t listened to all yet. I recommend checking on that, before deciding whether or not, to purchase this.
Not worth the money.
Abridged and only 1 part.
Not the whole book. Just ends mid sentence.