Sourcery by Terry Pratchett
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
Rincewind is a wonderful character in literature. He is the accidental hero. The one who should have been dead long before this book, but because of amazing dumb luck, manages to always be just what is needed.
Terry Pratchett created some memorable characters, though I did get some of the minor characters in the book mixed up every now and then. Part of that could have been because the story lines are so jam packed. You're not just following Rincewind, but also a host of other characters that have their own stories going at the same time. All the stories are part of a whole, the reader just needs to be able to keep up with what is going on the really appreciate the story.
Possibly the best characters in this book are the four horsemen who, well, have issues.
Author: Terry Pratchett
Publication Date: 1988
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