Terry Pratchett’s Movies and Books: The Colour of Magic
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If you enjoy travelling, imagine that you’re about to embark for the adventure of your life and you reach a land where your money can buy anything. Moreover, you don’t have to worry about the customs service messing up your luggage, cause your luggage is on its feet – literally.
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A clueless tourist set on the journey of his life and he is too spaced out to realize the terrible dangers that he is getting himself into. You might be relieved to find out that he has responsible and strong people by his side, that are capable of protecting him from the mess he gets himself into constantly. Well, no. His guide, Rincewind, is a wizard, a failed wizard that doesn’t even know any spells. On top of that, Death follows him around waiting to collect his soul. As if this wasn’t enough, they are in Ankh-Morpork, one of the largest and probably on of the most dangerous cities from the Discworld.
But you can judge for yourselves and see if you would want to embark on such a journey…
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