DISCWORLD novels are the Kindle Daily Deal!

Calling all DISCWORLD fans! The first five books of the well-loved series by Sir Terry Pratchett are available as today’s Kindle Daily Deal for just $1.99! If you’re already a fan of this hilarious and irreverent series, or if it has been on your “to be read” list for a long time, now is the perfect time to dive in!

The Color of Magic: This first book is where we meet tourist Twoflower and wizard guide Ricewind, and follow them on their always-bizarre journeys.

The Light Fantastic: The fate of Pratchett’s alternative fantasy macrocosm are in the bumbling duo’s hands as it hurtles its way toward a foreboding red star, threatening the fate of the entire universe.

Equal Rites:  A dying wizard tries to pass his staff on to the eighth son of an eighth son. When it is revealed that the he is a girl named Esk, the news of the  female wizard sends the citizens of Discworld into a tail-spin.

MortDeath comes to Mort with an offer he can’t refuse — especially since being, well, dead isn’t compulsory.As Death’s apprentice, he’ll have free board and lodging, use of the company horse, and he won’t need time off for family funerals. The position is everything Mort thought he’d ever wanted, until he discovers that this perfect job can be a killer on his love life.

Sourcery: Rincewind, the legendarily inept wizard, has returned after falling off the edge of the world. And this time, he’s brought the Luggage. But that’s not all… Once upon a time, there was an eighth son of an eighth son who was, of course, a wizard. As if that wasn’t complicated enough, said wizard then had seven sons. And then he had an eighth son — a wizard squared (that’s all the math, really). Who of course, was a source of magic — a sourcerer. Will the sourcerer lead the wizards to dominate all of Discworld? Or can Rincewind’s tiny band stave off the Apocalypse?

Don’t have a Kindle? No problem! You can find all these titles for other e-reader devices here: Color of Magic | The Light Fantastic | Equal Rites | Mort | Sourcery

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