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Good Starter Terry Pratchett Book

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Looking to buy a Terry Pratchett book for someone but not sure which one to pick. I haven't read any myself so I don't really know anything about them. Whats a good one to start off with? The very … Read More
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7y, 6m agoPosted 7 years, 6 months ago
Looking to buy a Terry Pratchett book for someone but not sure which one to pick. I haven't read any myself so I don't really know anything about them.

Whats a good one to start off with? The very first one, or a different one?

Thanks
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7y, 6m agoPosted 7 years, 6 months ago
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#1
The colour of magic.
#2
First of Discworld as the man says :)
#3
d_drabwell
The colour of magic.


+1
fantastic series:thumbsup:
think i have them all....they are laugh out loud books
#4
I started with Guards Guards thats the first of the Vimes ones and think its a better bet than Colour of Magic as I found it easier to read. However everyone is different so....
#5
Chuckles1001
First of Discworld as the man says :)


+1
#6
I am not sure whether its that important to read them in order. I did, and found the first a bit of a struggle... but was so glad that I persevered with it as they are all fantastic with some hysterically funny characters. My personal favourite is Mort... I think.... no, The Fifth.... no Going Post... The Light Fantastic? It's hard to say... The Truth is good.... and not a bad introduction to life in Ankh Morpork.
#7
i love the witchs best, granny weatherwax don,t get on the wrong side of her , same as most women really:whistling:
#8
Colour of Magic without a doubt. Read them in order, theres always a reference or an injoke in later books relating to previous ones :P
#9
cooper2085
Colour of Magic without a doubt. Read them in order, theres always a reference or an injoke in later books relating to previous ones :P


agreed
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cooper2085
Colour of Magic without a doubt. Read them in order, theres always a reference or an injoke in later books relating to previous ones :P


this:thumbsup:

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