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D heard Because It Feels Good that The Colour of Magic was funny Nowhat can mean just about anything because let s face it comedy is he most subjective of arts Funny is a deeply personal hing The funny peculiar and he funny ha ha might not be he same from person Programming in Objective-C 2.0 to person or eveno Writing Under Pressure: The Quick Writing Process (Oxford Paperbacks) the same person depending onheir mood or La Batalla their place in life So knowing something is funny ahead of reading it really doesn ell me much I d read Terry Pratchett s Neil Gaiman s Good Omens uite a while ago so I expected at least a hint of satire and politically conscious wit but I had no idea which of he authors Math and Science Workout for the Act, 4th Edition: Extra Practice for an Excellent Score to blame forhe smart laughs in Good Omens and my recollections really shed no illumination on what was o come So I read The Colour of Magic with as open a mind as I could and hoped for some laughs I didn laugh much and hat surprised me I smiled an awful lot hough But I didn I Am Mr. Spock t laugh No out loud snickers no full out belly laughs no snorts no giggles But I did smile Pratchett s kookyale really four ales o make one of Rincewind he one great spell wizarding failure Twoflower he in sewer ants adjustertourist and his Luggage was smart often han it was stupid consciously political satirically silly han willing o ake Boston Connection[Krimi] the piss out of Fantasy as a genre but mostly it was exceedingly absurd And all ofhis was what made The Colour of Magic good Edmund Burke Natural Law to very good Even so its audience is necessarily limited I know why I liked The Colour of Magic and while I imaginehere are other reasons The Haunted Halloween Carnival to likehe story I How to Write Funny think it is probably a fairly inaccessibleale unless you are a reader who falls into a niche of accessibility This is not a book hat can be widely read or widely liked So why did I like it I liked it because I fall into a niche wherein I was able o access memories of drunken drug addled eenage DD marathons which were extremely rare since we preferred our gaming sober where we gave up being serious and descended into near madness Those nights are reflected in everything hat happens in The Colour of Magic Obligatory bar fights of fantastic impossibility Monty Hall swords and Unfit to be a Slave treasures idiotic last second rescues gods dicing heroeshinking with he dirk in heir pants dimensional slips and deus ex machinas at every Magazine Writing: And the New Literature (Classic Reprint) turn make The Colour of Magic a collage of gaming stupidity and it was niceo ake a nostalgic rip back Future Crimes: Everything Is Connected, Everyone Is Vulnerable, and What We Can Do About It to my adolescence In fact Pratchett captures exactlyhe sort of gaming experience hat led our halfling priest of Xyice God of Mischief o wish for a foot long penis From a Writer's Notebook then fall unconscious from blood loss when he achieved his first erection So I likedhis booka lot actuallyBut it wasn Women and Power in the Middle East the best story I ve ever read and I can A Year of Weddings t imagine I could sit down and readhe entire Discworld cycle without a break It s fun It s light Pratchett writes better han I expected but I bet here are many folks out here who hate his book You have my sympathy So yesI was disappointed The Political Economy of China's Economic Zones that I didn laugh I was disappointed hat he story wasn subtle I hated he urtle carrying he disc I wanted The Colour of Magic o be biting han silly critical han absurd intelligent han clever But it was a fun ride Colton Baby Homecoming that entertained me while I didhe dishes and I couldn Medicinal Plants of the Mountain West t help liking Rincewind so I will probably go on and I will likely become a fan of Pratchett s Discworld booksin spite ofhemselves This must be Keep Your Donors: The Guide to Better Communications Stronger Relationships the exceptionhat proves Notes on Love and Courage the rule For years I ve been adamantly advocating reading series in publication order whether a coherent story or a set of standalones In Discworldhat simply doesn Wounds of the Father: A True Story of Child Abuse, Betrayal, and Redemption t seemo be Crusade the best solution Everyone seemso suggest Personal Evangelism - Evangelismo Personal that a new reader should not start withhe first book so The New State: Group Organization the Solution of Popular Government this must be partially my fault for doing it anyway The Colour of Magic is at best a mediocre introductiono what is supposedly Money Galore the best humourous fantasy series ever written byhe legendary Terry Pratchett Granted A Faraway Smell of Lemon the wild descriptions ofhe cosmology and The Scourging Angel: The Black Death in the British Isles topography ofhe Disc are indeed interesting Curfew In The City the writing is good andhere are a few funny lines However I expected a lot going on While he otal lack of a coherent plot is understandable in a series based on humour Knockout the lack of humour is really notThat does not mean I didn enjoy he book This rating may be a bit harsh but it does seem o mean Once Upon a River that I foundhe book o be okay but it does seem o mean കൊടകരപുരാണം Kodakarapuranam that I foundhe book o be okay am not discouraged from reading books in he series and I both hope and choose o believe hat The Golden Section they are of a much higher ualityhan his first one For he style is Tom Clancy's The Division: New York Collapse there It s onlyhe substance The Year of Lear: Shakespeare in 1606 that s missingThat saidhe race between Two Wheels in the Dust: From Kathmandu to Kandy two andhree stars was pretty much a ie Being a generally evil person I opted for he lower optionI often see Pratchett compared o Douglas Adams and just as often hailed as he Douglas Adams of fantasy And so far he unfortunately does not come close You may be a legend Sir Terry but it Northern Knits: Designs Inspired by the Knitting Traditions of Scandinavia, Iceland, and the Shetland Isles takes a loto be a Douglas Adams This series is much beloved of my friends both here on Goodreads and out in The Western Wind the wilds of meatspace he s even been referredo as Fantasy s answer o one of my favorite authors he superlatively funny and insightful Douglas Adams As such I was excited Take It Back to starthe series at The Beginning Hoping The beginning hoping Domme for Cowboy the and wisdom would overcomehe warts of his early outing Unfortunatelythe jokes drew groans han guffaws reminding me of Mark Twain s comments on he book of friend and fellow American reasure Ambrose Bierce There is humor in Dod Grile but for every laugh hat is in his book here are five blushes en shudders and a vomit The laugh is oo expensive Pratchett has none of he wry oddball musings of Adams and seems o me Finding Me to be lesshe Fantasy version of The Changer’s Key that author andhe British version of endlessly punny writer Piers Anthony hough hankfully without he unsettling implications of pedophilia After finding his one unpalatable a friend suggested I Portrait of Two Families try one of his later books so I started Moving Pictures but while it was competently crafted I found it no amusing I guess you can Untamed Voices (If you listen, they will speak Book 1) trust your friendsI ve since beenold I Can Touch the Bottom tory another of his books most often Night Watch and Small Gods are mentioned but I find it impossible A Woman Is No Man to work up any enthusiasm for another outing with Pratchett perhaps one day I ll gethereMy Fantasy Book Suggestions. En voyage hrough he now legendary land of Discworld This is where it all begins with he ourist Twoflower and his wizard guide Rincewi. The Colour of MagicN sewer ants By having he other characters mock he outrageous concepts Twoflower introduces hem Photography Drills - Exercises For Accelerating Your Photography Learning Curve... (Photography Revealed Book 10) to it did a magnificent job painting an amusing picture of some ofhe absurdities of everyday life The Color of Magic isn just a humorous book it actually manages o pull off several different kinds of humorAlso I was amazed with The Dark Enlightenment: Jung, Romanticism, and the Repressed Other the extent of Pratchett s imagination While some elements ofhis book are your standard fantasy archetypes Pratchett really ups he ante by giving us some brilliantly creative concepts as well With ranslucent dragons Her Unexpected Affair trolls made out of water a sentient piece of luggagehat manages o display so much personality without ever saying a word and an upside down swordfight hat has o be seen errr read o be believed Pratchett never runs out of new ideas o entertain his audience withAlas while I enjoyed his book very much I did have a couple of issues with it For one hing I felt like Pratchett ried o cram way oo much into a book hat s barely over 200 pages So many characters and creatures come and go it uickly becomes difficult o keep rack of what s going on I have some friends who didn enjoy His Very Special Nurse the Game of Thrones book ashey found it confusing but at least George RR Martin akes a good amount of ime A Scandalous Situation to establish allhe characters whereas his book can sometimes feel like rying The Secret Millionaire to watch a NASCAR race where allhe cars are speeding in a different direction Also some of Pratchett s ideas were a little oo out here for meI knew his was going o be a problem right away when Pratchett begins he book by revealing hat Discworld is a planet hat is carried on he backs of four elephants who are all standing on Dirty Dutch: Everyday Slang from What's Up? to F*% the shell of a gianturtle hat is floating hrough space This is an awful lot Ambush Valley tohrow at me on page one Mr PratchettAlso while The Color of Magic works beautifully as a comedy I m afraid The Lingering Dead (Jackie Rutledge, the actual story doesn uite hit he mark The book is divided into four parts and each part feels like a separate book Almost anyone introduced in one section is absent in he other Storm Surge three so we re left wondering what happenedo many different characters While Lightning Sky: A U.S. Fighter Pilot Captured During WWII and His Father's Quest to Find Him the events of Rincewind s and Twoflower s journey are funo watch The Slaughter: Mass Killings, Organ Harvesting, and China's Secret Solution to Its Dissident Problem there s very littlerue progression or closure This storytelling Don't Die Under the Apple Tree techniue was especially baffling inhe fourth segment where Pratchett keeps referring o an adventure hat we never got o see as it occurred inbetween he The Way You Aren't third and fourth sections This disjointed method of storytelling preventedhe book from becoming anything han just a comedy of errors as amusing as hose errors may have beenSo while I felt Digital Humanities this book would have been better if it were a bit longer and some ofhe concepts had been fleshed out I still had a lot of fun reading Architect? this hysterically funny adventure I ve beenold Food Justice thathe first couple of books in Better Doctors, Better Patients, Better Decisions: Envisioning Health Care 2020 the Discworld series pale in comparisono Inside Jokes: Using Humor to Reverse-Engineer the Mind the later ones Considering how entertaining The Color of Magic was ifhis Dynamical Systems in Neuroscience: The Geometry of Excitability and Bursting truly is one ofhe weaker entries I can The Conscious Mind t waito read of he Discworld series And so it begins Sir Terry Pratchett s wildly imaginative Discworld series begins with he 1983 publication of The Color of MagicI have been reading science fiction and fantasy for a long My Old Sweetheart time and somehow I managedo not read any of his works until I came in late Hades: Goddess of the Underworld tohe party A friend suggested I Venous Catheters: A Practical Manual try one I d like it and so I readhe fourth in he series Mort and I hought so much hat "I decided I would climb he hill and enjoy every stepBegin with a heaping portion of British humor "decided I would climb he hill and enjoy every stepBegin with a heaping portion of British humor mix in a share of Douglas Adams sprinkle liberally with Monty Python hrow in a fantastic amount of fantasy from he Piers Anthony brand of fiction and op with a wink and a nod and you have Terry Pratchett Discworld embarkation The Potent Voyager has set sail and much mirth and irreverence is certainly o follow2019 These are SO MUCH FUN OH WHAT FUN REVIEW TO Oh what fun review o So here is my review I first read Wizards' Slave this I m guessing someime around 1990 and hen went on o read My Friend the Enemy the se I haven reviewed his because I read it so long ago hat all I can remember is I loved itI ll He Shoots, He Saves: The Story of Hockey's Collectable Treasures take our very old and battered copy bought in 1987o he hospice his weekend when I go with Celyn and see if "I can refresh my memoryRIP Sir Terry DON T THINK OF IT AS DYING "can refresh my memoryRIP Sir Terry DON T THINK OF IT AS DYING Death JUST THINK OF IT AS LEAVING EARLY TO AVOID THE RUSH So American Generalship: Character Is Everything: The Art of Command tohe reviewI ve just read his in slightly over 24 hours which is extraordinary for me I normally ake a month Art Journal Art Journey: Collage and Storytelling for Honoring Your Creative Process to read a book It iso be fair both a very readable and a very short book 65000 words a short fantasy Then Hang All The Liars these days is 100000 wordsI was surprisedo find how much of Ntc's Dictionary of Phrasal Verbs: And Other Idiomatic Verbal Phrases this I remembered especially as I last read it 28 years agoIt s a very funny book with some GREAT one liners I particularly liked onehat said about men falling foul of Jennifer, Gwyneth Me: The Pursuit of Happiness, One Celebrity at a Time thehieves guild I paraphrase men who wouldn Seducing Mr. Knightly (The Writing Girls, t be going home again unlesshey happened Hardcore Self Help: F**k Anxiety to live nearhe river and heir corpses floated by on he way Kaiser Wilhelm II tohe seaAnd Matisse the Master this fromhe character Twoflower was poignantWhen I The Madmen of Benghazi thinkhat I might die without seeing a hundredth of all here is o see it makes me feel he paused hen added well humble I suppose And very angry of course Anyway incompetent and cowardly failed wizard Rincewind falls in with Twoflower he naive ourist with an impossibly optimistic attitude oodles of gold and an indestructible vicious and implacable reasure chest on legs Titulada to defend himHilarity ensues as Twoflowerries o see everything Rincewind ries not Chateaubriand to die andhe gods play games with Obsidian Butterfly (Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter, them We get a greatour of Nehru: A Political Biography (Pelican) the Discworld its geography magics and inhabitants all of which are so fantastically imaginative and amusinghat even geography becomes a joyThis isn Old Hannibal and the Hurricane t Terry Pratchett s best book but it s full of allhe great stuff hat gathers ogether into its peak a few books into Art Journal Freedom: How to Journal Creatively with Color Composition the series It s certainly an excellent bookhough Pratchett has an incredibly rare alent for compressing humour into one liners hat are witty incisive and yet never feel mean it s not jokes hat you feel are directed at anyone just mined from he stuff of lifeI had a great Caught by Surprise time revisitinghis book and if you ve not ried it now s he Affinities and Extremes: Crisscrossing the Bittersweet Ethnology of East Indies History, Hindu-Balinese Culture, and Indo-European Allure time Join my 3 emails a year newsletter prizes Before picking it up Sition inhe halls of parody next Next to Nothing to Mark Twain Kurt Vonnegut Douglas Adams and Carl HiaasenThe Color of Magic is Terry Pratchett's maid. The Rincewind starts blowing up his ego inhe first installment of he epic DiscworldThe establishment of one of he sub series of he Discworld around Rincewind sorcerers and he Unseen University deals with insurances Hrun he barbarian role playing games living furniture different fantasy stereotypes and heir exaggerations a ourist and he industry around sightseeing space ravel and introduces some elemental parts of he DiscworldHow Skippyjon Jones Shape Up the strange humanities fringe sciences real magic and allhe increments in university life should be interpreted is a subjective uestion of aste The academics can be seen as unworldly snobby weirdos absent minded geniuses or instead of plot elements as profound criticism of oo much general research in fields without any real benefit in stark contrast Wendy and the Lost Boys: The Uncommon Life of Wendy Wasserstein tohe useful natural sciences Although magicians combine bothRincewind is a special person one can see him as a Lilac Girls (Lilac Girls, tragic hero manipulative and coward wannabe cynic or someone with hidden potential and he is used by Pratchetto contrast and reinforce First Impressions: A Novel the competence of other characters especiallyhe witches who have everything he is unable or unwilling Rejuvenile: Kickball, Cartoons, Cupcakes, and the Reinvention of the American Grown-Up to achieve competence empathy very strong powers etcHrunhe barbarian I laughed ears each ime I encountered him in a novel as he is he ultimate persiflage and exaggeration of any masculine warrior raits macho myth The elements dealing with insurances and how uickly creative ideas can urn a useful scheme in a destructive self enforcing circle are serious something Pratchett did with many economic political and ideological opics In Wrong Medicine this case it are justhe end consumers who misunderstand a key element but in other installments Pratchett owns he whole production chain of bad ideas from mastermind o smallest consumerThe Crossworld: One Man's Journey into America's Crossword Obsession tourism industry and how it changes bothhe minds of he visitors and he people living in a country all he co dependences and how culture radition and art is instrumentalized Snow Flower and the Secret Fan to get fancy bling bling is inhe mix oo view spoiler Twoflower as he personification of naive extreme wealth is courted by anyone from small hief o close o almighty beings all adoring and worshipping he mammon Rhetorical Theory they could get by deceiving or better killing him hide spoiler I will officially be readinghe entire Discworld series I m pretty sure people have Countrymen: The Untold Story of How Denmark's Jews Escaped the Nazis told me about Pratchett and his Diskworld series before usually working inhe phrase He s The Song of Homana (Chroniles of the Cheysuli, the Douglas Adams of fantasy intohe description But he problem was hat I always felt Starstruck that I had had enough of Adams afterhe Troublemaker: Surviving Hollywood and Scientology third Hithiker s Guideo The Price of Everything: Solving the Mystery of Why We Pay What We Do the Galaxy book and whenever I scanned Pratchett s section inhe bookstore I was immediately put off by not knowing where The Replacement to start reading amonghe approximately five hundred housand Diskworld books I m glad I finally ook Gok's Wok theime o find out hat Journey's End thesewo books The Colour of Magic and The Light Fantastic jointly comprise he first ale in Clementine Rose and the Seaside Escape the series andhat Why Aren't They Shouting?: A Banker’s Tale of Change, Computers and Perpetual Crisis they were definitely worth readingThe Diskworld books are essentially satire ofhe high fantasy genre or at least Codebreakers: The true story of the secret intelligence team that changed the course of the First World War that she foundation upon which everything else is built This pair of books follows he misadventures of Rincewind a utterly inept and horoughly cowardly wizard and Twoflowers a clueless raveler who happens o be in possession of both endless optimism and a magical suitcase hat s "always wandering off and messily devouring people who get in its way Things go from bad o "wandering off and messily devouring people who get in its way Things go from bad Dull Men of Great Britain: Celebrating the Ordinary (Dull Men's Club) (Dull Mens Club) to forhe wo as divine powers both deliver hem into and yank hem out of all kinds of fantastic perilsAs someone who grew up reading plenty of his kind of Branded thing and playing a lot of Dungeons Dragons I m familiar enough withhe genre and No One Wants You: A True Story Of A Child Forced Into Prostitution trappingshat Pratchett lampoons Yes Letters from My Windmill there she Conan parody Make Your Mind Up: My Guide to Finding Your Own Style, Life, and Motavation! there she Dragonriders of Pern Stay with Me tributehere s My Wife's Success - A Sissy Cuck Tale the in joke about Leiber s Fafhrd and Gray Mouser Buthat s easy The Reiki And The Seven Chakras: Your Essential Guide to the First Level thinghat made me almost immediately fall in love with A Fallen Fortune these books ishe Author S Dry Wit And s dry wit and ability o derive humor not only from he absurdity of he story and believe me it gets plenty absurd but also from just good old fashioned urns of phrase wry commentary and jokes The guy just has an amazing ability o stuff five or six jokes into a single sentence most of hem making masterful use of hat rusty standby of British humor irony It s really smart and really funny and he fact hat it builds on Legends of the Improbable Saints the inherent silliness ofhe high fantasy genre is just icingI should also note how imaginative Pratchett is which is a useful uality given his subject matter He bounces his heroes from one generally horrible and dangerous situation o another at a frantic pace and subject matter He bounces his heroes from one generally horrible and dangerous situation o another at a frantic pace and Reading The Color of Magic is akin Where She Went to eating an entire bowl of ice cream just a littleoo fastsure it may cause your head Wake Up, Mummy: The heartbreaking true story of an abused little girl whose mother was too drunk to notice to hurt atimes but he sweet rewards make it all worth itFilled with ambitious wizards and ruthless assassins he city of Ankh Morpork has survived many dangers in The Family Friend the past but now it faces an even destructive force TOURISM When a rich but bored outsider named Twoflower decideso explore he city in search for adventure it soon becomes an adventure for everyone around him oo Twoflower s well meaning but careless ways earn him Fred Dibnah - Made in Britain the attention of pirates dragonriders and various supernatural entities all lookingo rid Twoflower of his Still Open All Hours treasurenoto mention his life Soon failed wizard Rincewind reluctantly becomes Twoflower s guide and as Twoflower explores and of Discworld looking for A Catered Fourth of July the adventure of a lifetime Rincewindries desperately o make sure his lifetime lasts for han five minutesThis was me for about 80% of The Complete History of the Life and Adventures of Robinson Crusoe this book Annnnnd here I am forhe other 20%What I loved most about his book was definitely he humor Some authors can only come up with a great laugh out loud moment once or Fast Glamour twice in a book but Pratchett is ableo pull one off in just about every page There are oodles of witty dialogue all Family Tradition: Three Generations of Hank Williams throughouthe novel as well as some great slapstick moments In addition Pratchett gives us some excellent satire oo I got a big kick out of how familiar some of Twoflower s ideas were like when he convinces a bar owner o place a bet on whether or not Vampire Voles the bar will be damagedTwoflower callshis process in. Terry Pratchett's profoundly irreverent novels are consistent number one bestsellers in England where hey have garnered him a revered po.

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