LIGHT FANTASTIC [THE]
by Pratchett, Terry
Santa Rosa, California, United States
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The Light Fantastic (Discworld, #2) Great A'Tuin (the enormous turtle upon whose back the four elephants who carry the whole of Discworld stand) is flying on a collision course with a very large red star, which, it is generally considered, is not a good thing. Discworld has one chance of survival: Rincewind, the most clumsy and craven wizard that the world has to offer...
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- LIGHT FANTASTIC [THE]
- Pratchett, Terry
- Kirby, Josh
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- Used - Fine
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- Book Club (BCE/BOMC)
- Colin Smythe / Doubleday SFBC
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- Terry Pratchett, Discworld, Fantasy, Science Fiction
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