Reminder: September 15 – Discworld Group Read of "The Colour of Magic"

… and for those who also want to use this for the Halloween Bingo, this fits (at a minimum) the Supernatural, Spellbound, Relics and Curiosities, and Cryptozoologist squares.

Come and join us!

Final Review: HERE

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