Büyünün Rengi (DiskDünya #1, Rincewind #1)

Büyünün Rengi (DiskDünya #1, Rincewind #1) Yak N Ge Mi Te, Sonsuzlu Un B Y L Evrenine U Urlad M Z Sir Terry Pratchett N, D Nya Ap Nda 85 Milyonun Zerinde Satan, 40 Kitapl K, K Ltle Mi DiskD Nya Serisinin Ilk Iki Halkas B Y N N Rengi Ve Fantastik I K, Delidolu Yay Nlar N N Zenli Bask S Yla Edebiyatseverlerin Be Enisine Sunuluyor.T M Zamanlar N En Uzun Soluklu Dizilerinden Biri Say Lan DiskD Nya, Ilk Kez Okurla Bulu Tu U 1983 Y L Ndan Bu Yana, Gerek Zg N Hik Yesi Gerekse S Ra D Karakterleriyle Her Ya Tan Okurun Ilgisini Ekmeyi Ba Aran Asla Eskimeyecek Bir Ba Yap Ta D N Yor.E Siz Mizah Ve Ironisiyle Hayranl K Yaratan Terry Pratchett, S N R Tan Maz Yarat C L N D Hiyane Fikirleriyle Bulu Turarak, Okurlar N , DiskD Nya Ad Nda, Devasa Bir Kaplumba An N Zerindeki D Rt Filin S Rtlad Diskten Olu An, D Nce Ile Ger Ekli In Aras Nda Tutunmaya Al An Benzersiz Bir Leme A R Yor.Bin Bir E It B Y N N, Ate P Sk Rten Ejderhalar N, Korkun Canavarlar N, Konu An A A Lar N, Kimli I Belirsiz Yarat Klar N, Gizemli Tanr Lar N Ve L Me Meydan Okuyan Trollerin Arz Endam Ettikleri DiskD Nya Da, Daha Nce E I Benzeri G R Lmemi Detaylarla S Slenmi Ola An St Bir Evren Resmediliyor.Pratchett N, Yolculuk Ve Turizm Temas N Olduk A Derinlikli Bir Ekilde I Ledi I Serinin Ilk Kitab B Y N N Rengi Nde Tan T M Z Ki I Ek Karakteri, DiskD Nya N N En B Y K Ehri Ankh Morpark A Ayak Basan Ilk Turist Oluyor Burada Evresine Adeta Para Sa Arak Garip Davran Lar Sergileyen DiskD Nya N N Ilk Turistine Yol G Stermesi I In Bir Rehber Gerekiyor Ki I Ek In Imdad Na Rincewind Ad Nda, Heyecanl Tav Rlar Yla Dikkat Eken, Ama Okuldan Bile At Lmas Na Sebep Olabilecek Kadar Ba Ar S Z Say Labilecek Bir Sihirbaz Yeti Iyor K Sa S Rede Kayna An Iki Yolda , Ilerleyen Zamanlarda Tehlikelerle Dolu Bir Maceraya S R Kleniyor.Olaylar Sarpa Sarm Ken, DiskD Nya Daki Filozoflar B Y K A Tuin Adl Kaplumba An N Nereye Gitti I Ya Da Iftle Ip Yeni Diskd Nyalar Yarat P Yaratmayaca Zerine Kafa Yormakla Me Gul G R N Yor Gelece I De I Tirmek Isteyen Ve Rincewind In Pe Ine D Mek I In Olduk A Ge Erli Bir Sebebi Olan Sihirbazlar N Varl Ise Ortama Tuz Biber Ekiyor Macera Boyunca, L Mden Hep K L Pay Kurtulan Rincewind In Ve Yolda N N Birinci Roman N Finalinde Neyle Ya Da Kimle Y Zle Ece I, Okur I In De B Y K Bir S Rprize D N Yor Yk M Z, Bu S Rprizin Ard Ndan H Zla Ve S R Kleyici Bir Ekilde Ser Vene Kald Yerden Devam Ediyor Rincewind, Sahip Oldu U Ama Kullanmad B Y Y Ke Fedebilecek Mi DiskD Nya Y S Rt Nda Ta Yan Kaplumba An N Nereye Gitti Ini Zmeye Al Anlar Sorular N N Yan Tlar N Bulabilecek Mi Ki I Ek Geldi I Yere Geri D Nebilecek Mi Rincewind At Ld Okula Yeniden Kabul Edilebilecek Mi T M Bu Sorular N Yan Tlar Efsane Dizinin Ikinci Roman Fantastik I K Ta A A Kavu Arak Serinin Nc Kitab I In De I Tah Kabart Yor DiskD Nya Serisi, Hayalg C N N S N Rlar N Zorlayan Kurgusunun Yan S Ra Kuantum Fizi Inden Sanayi Devrimine, Pop Ler K Lt R Kli Elerinden Hamlet, R Zg R Gibi Ge Ti Vb Edebiyat Ve Sinema Klasiklerine Uzanan De I Ik K Lt R Unsurlar Na Sayg Duru Unda Bulunarak Ger Ek D Nyadaki Pek Ok Konuyla Dalga Ge Mesini Bilen G Z Kama T R C Bir Edebiyat Harikas Nan Lmaz Yetenekli Bir Hicivci The Times Ak L Almaz Mucitli I DiskD Nya Dizisini Modern Kurgunun Sonsuz Zevklerinden Biri K L Yor Daily Mail Tan T M B Lteninden I haven t reviewed this because I read it so long ago that all I can remember is I loved it.I ll take our very old and battered copy bought in 1987 to the hospice this weekend when I go with Celyn and see if I can t refresh my memory.RIP, Sir Terry DON T THINK OF IT AS DYING, said Death, JUST THINK OF IT AS LEAVING EARLY TO AVOID THE RUSH So to the review I ve just read this in slightly over 24 hours which is extraordinary for me I normally take a month to read a book It is, to be I haven t reviewed this because I read it so long ago that all I can remember is I loved it.I ll take our very old and battered copy bought in 1987 to the hospice this weekend when I go with Celyn and see if I can t refresh my memory.RIP, Sir Terry DON T THINK OF IT AS DYING, said Death, JUST THINK OF IT AS LEAVING EARLY TO AVOID THE RUSH So to the review I ve just read this in slightly over 24 hours which is extraordinary for me I normally take a month to read a book It is, to be fair, both a very readable and a very short book 65,000 words a short fantasy these days is 100,000 words.I was surprised to find how much of this I remembered, especially as I last read it 28 years ago It s a very funny book with some GREAT one liners I particularly liked one that said about men falling fo
Reading The Color of Magicis akin to eating an entire bowl of ice cream just a little too fastsure, it may cause your head to hurt at times, but the sweet rewards make it all worth it Filled with ambitious wizards and ruthless assassins, the city of Ankh Morpork has survived many dangers in the past, but now it faces an evendestructive force TOURISM When a rich but bored outsider named Twoflower decides to explore the city in search for adventure, it soon becomes an adventure for Reading The Color of Magicis akin to eating an entire bowl of ice cream just a little too fastsure, it may cause your head to hurt at times, but the sweet rewards make it all worth it Filled with ambitious wizards and ruthless assassins, the city of Ankh Morpork has survived many dangers in the past, but now it faces an evendestructive force TOURISM When a rich but bored outsider named Twoflower decides to explore the city in search for adventure, it soon becomes an adventure for everyone around him, too Twoflower s well meaning but careless ways earn him the attention of pirates, dragonriders, and various supernatural entities, all looking to rid Twoflower of his treasurenot to mention his life Soon failed wizard Rincewind reluctantly beco
Before picking it up, I d heard that The Colour of Magic was funny Now that can mean just about anything because, let s face it, comedy is the most subjective of arts Funny is a deeply personal thing The funny peculiar and the funny ha ha might not be the same from person to person or even to the same person depending on their mood or their place in life So knowing something is funny ahead of reading it really doesn t tell me much I d read Terry Pratchett s Neil Gaiman s Good Omen Before picking it up, I d heard that The Colour of Magic was funny Now that can mean just about anything because, let s face it, comedy is the most subjective of arts Funny is a deeply personal thing The funny peculiar and the funny ha ha might not be the same from person to person or even to the same person depending on their mood or their place in life So knowing something is funny ahead of reading it really doesn t tell me much I d read Terry Pratchett s Neil Gaiman s Good Omens quite a while ago, so I expected at least a hint of satire and politically conscious wit, but I had no idea which of the authors to blame for the smart laughs in Good Omens, and my recollections really shed no illumination on what was to come So I read The Colour of Magic with as open a mind as I c
I will officially be reading the entire Discworld series And so it begins Sir Terry Pratchett s wildly imaginative Discworld series begins with the 1983 publication of The Color of Magic.I have been reading science fiction and fantasy for a long time and somehow I managed to not read any of his works until I came in late to the party A friend suggested I try one, I d like it and so I read the fourth in the series, Mort and I thought so much that I decided I would climb the hill and enjoy every step.Begin with a heaping portion of British humor hum And so it begins Sir Terry Pratchett s wildly imaginative Discworld series begins with the 1983 publication of The Color of Magic.I have been reading science fiction and fantasy for a long time and somehow I managed to not read any of his works until I
This must be the exception that proves the rule For years I ve been adamantly advocating reading series in publication order, whether a coherent story or a set of standalones In Discworld, that simply doesn t seem to be the best solution Everyone seems to suggest that a new reader should not start with the first book, so this must be partially my fault for doing it anyway The Colour of Magic is at best a mediocre introduction to what is supposedly the best humourous fantasy series ever writte This must be the exception that proves the rule For years I ve been adamantly advocating reading series in publication order, whether a coherent story or a set of standalones In Discworld, that simply doesn t seem to be the best solution Everyone seems to suggest that a new reader should not start with the first book, so this must be partially my fault for doing it anyway The Colour of Magic is at best a mediocre introduction to what is suppose
I m pretty sure people have told me about Pratchett and his Diskworld series before, usually working in the phrase He s the Douglas Adams of fantasy into the description But the problem was that I always felt that I had had enough of Adams after the third Hithiker s Guide to the Galaxy book, and whenever I scanned Pratchett s section in the bookstore I was immediately put off by not knowing where to start reading among the approximately five hundred thousand Diskworld books I m glad I finall I m pretty sure people have told me about Pratchett and his Diskworld series before, usually working in the phrase He s the Douglas Adams of fantasy into the description But the problem was that I always felt that I had had enough of Adams after the third Hithiker s Guide to the Galaxy book, and whenever I scanned Pratchett s section in the bookstore I was immediately put off by not knowing where to start reading among the approximately five hundred thousand Diskworld books I m glad I finally took the time to find out that these two books, The Colour of Magic and The Light Fantastic, jointly comprise the first tale in the series, and that th
If I hadn t already read the entire series, and if I was judging this book just by its own merits, I d still be saying that it harnesses the lightning and even finds a way to make it go side to side rather than up and down.It s really fantastic as a straight fantasy with tons of humorous elements, with a good dealworldbuilding than all the later books,obvious and harsher tongue in cheek elements, and a great setup for the Great Wizzard Rincewind.Honestly I love Rincewind I love the If I hadn t already read the entire series, and if I was judging this book just by its own merits, I d still be saying that it harnesses the lightning
Terry Pratchett is a genius, as usual This man can do no wrong He reminds me a lot of Douglas Adams, my favorite in the realm of satire Look at this similarityIn the beginning the Universe was created This has made a lot of people very angry and been widely regarded as a bad moveDouglas Adams, The Restaurant at the End of the UniverseDisc philosophers agree that the First Men, shortly after their creation, understandably lost their temperTerry Pratchett, The Color of MagicThe Co Terry Pratchett is a genius, as usual This man can do no wrong He reminds me a lot of Douglas Adams, my favorite in the realm of satire Look at this similarityIn the beginning the Universe was created This has made a lot of people very angry and been widely regarded as a bad moveDouglas Adams, The Restaurant at the End of the UniverseDisc philosophers agree that the First Men, shortly after their creation, understandably lost their temperTerry Pratchett, The Color of MagicThe Color of Magic tells the story of Rincewind, a cowardly fake wizard who happens to carry the most powerful spell in the Discworld in his mind Rincewind is tasked with protecting Twoflower, a naive but totally loaded insurance agent out on a tour of the world, who hasluck in one day than anyo
This series is much beloved of my friends, both here on Goodreads and out in the wilds of meatspace he s even been referred to as Fantasy s answer to one of my favorite authors the superlatively funny and insightful Douglas Adams As such, I was excited to start the series at the beginning, hoping the wit and wisdom would overcome the warts of this early outing Unfortunately,the jokes drewgroans than guffaws, reminding me of Mark Twain s comments on the book of friend and fellow America This series is much beloved of my friends, both here on Goodreads and out in the wilds of meatspace he s even been referred to as Fantasy s answer to one of my favorite authors the superlatively funny and insightful Douglas Adams As such, I was excited to start the series at the beginning, hoping the wit and wisdom would overcome the warts of this early outing Unfortunately,the jokes drewgroans than guffaws, reminding me of Mark Twain s comments on the book of friend and fellow American treasure Ambrose BierceThere is humor in Dod Grile , but for every laugh that is in his book there are five blushes, ten shudders and a vomit The laugh is too expensivePratchett has none of the wry, odd

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  • Paperback
  • 240 pages
  • Büyünün Rengi (DiskDünya #1, Rincewind #1)
  • Terry Pratchett
  • Turkish
  • 14 January 2018
  • 6055060205