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Old 02-05-2013, 12:27 PM   #56
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Originally Posted by JSWolf View Post
But, we have someone here who has not yet read Discworld. Question is, do you suggest using the map and spoil the series or do we just say not to bother with the map? I'm for not ruining things with that map.
Once again, it's *your* opinion that using the map will spoil the series. It is *my* opinion that using the map is a fine way of dipping in and enjoying a piece of the series.

The problem arises when you think that everyone should read books the way you read books.

To paraphrase Pratchett:

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When talking about the Discworld Pratchett says it is better to read in release order to get the greatest depth from the stories, HOWEVER he says that reading them in any order still works just fine.
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