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Eric Author Terry PratcheMatched only by Eric's And as if that wasn't bad enough that lovable travel accessory the Luggage has arrived too Accompanied by his best friends there's only one thing Eric wishes now that he'd never been born This is my second read and my reaction is pretty much the same as the first timeRincewind is funnyOr rather the situations he always gets into showcases the Discworld in awesomely epic ways and we always get vast adventures Usually with some kind of weird sidekick and a healthy dose of DeathAll true sure but what if Rincewind was mistaken for a demon summoned by a nerdy kid who insists that he is because after all Rincewind came at his demon summoning Or how about Discworld's version of Troy? Meeting the Creator? Seeing the bureaucratic hell that is um hell? It's a tongue in cheek romp and while it's uite hilarious and imaginative as hell I'm caught in that unenviable place of having to judge it among all of Pratchett's other works rather than against the backdrop of all humor or fantasy booksIt's not my favorite Discworld novel Not by a long shot BUT it is a lot higher than some and not even close to many of the later novels Even so I loved having Rincewind back again

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Hesto live forever to be master of the universe and to have a stylin' hot babeBut Eric isn't even good at getting his own way Instead of a powerful demon he conjures well Rincewind a wizard whose incompetence is Sir Terry Pratchett’s 1990 Discworld offering and 9th in the series sees a return of Rincewind in this most Douglas Adamsesue of his booksA subtle parody of Goethe’s Faust we find a young Ankh Morpork demonologist Eric who has drawn a magic circle to summon a demon and instead brings Rincewind to his home Discworld fans and readers may recall that Pratchett left Rincewind in the dungeon dimensions at the end of his 1988 novel SourceryThis may be my favorite Rincewind novel We also get to see Death and the Luggage again and that is a always a bonusAll of Pratchett’s signature prosaic dry wit and wordplay is here as well as his gift for satire and playful social political and economic commentaryA fun adventure for fans of the Discworld

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Eric Author Terry Pratchett Book µ 155 pages Download â Reflectionslisburnltd Ú Discworld's only demonology hacker Eric is about to make life very difficult for the rest of Ankh Morpork's denizens This would be Faust is very badat his work that is All he wants is to fulfill three little wisheDiscworld's only demonology hacker Eric is about to make life very difficult for the rest of Ankh Morpork's denizens This would be Faust is very badat his work that is All he wants is to fulfill three little wis I felt surprisingly lukewarm about this book given that it's written by one of my favorite authors of all time Part of this was the fact that it's some of his earlier work It's odd to think of an author's 9th book in a series as early work In my opinion his later stuff was much much stronger Also I feel I should mention here that this isn't my first time reading Eric Not my second time either It was however my first time reading this particular version the illustrated versionAnd honestly I think that's the large part of my lukewarm reaction Not only is this book much shorter than usual because it's illustrated But it's illustrated by Josh Kirby Pratchett's first illustrator While Kirby's illustrations were on the cover of the first Pratchett book I ever picked up Sourcerey back around 1990 I don't feel much nostalgia for them Instead I've grown amazingly attached to Paul Kidby the illustrator who worked with him on The Last Hero and countless other projects Is this book worth your time? Yeah But honestly I wouldn't go out of your way to find the illustrated version The simple text version is just as good if not even better as there's nothing to distract from the story And I did find Kirby's illustrations again not to be confused with Kidby's to be distracting That's just my opinion though I don't claim to be unbiased