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Enchanter (Infocom #3)

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Mass Market Paperback, 320 pages
Published April 1st 1989 by Avon Books
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Trip Galey
This is a re-read from ages ago, but I really love it. It's just the sort of awesome, wacky 80s light reading that just makes you feel good. Also, rereading it for the first time since the late 80s, I have to say, there were a TON of funny references that I only just picked up on this read through. Plus, it has a (mostly subtle in a completely flaming [HA!] way) gay dragon, which is always a bonus. #TeamChuck #TeamChet

Totes recommended for fans of light, fun, rompy fantasy with a sense of humor.
Nobbynob Littlun
Light fantasy, light read, amusing characters, witty dialogue, a flaming gay dragon. I can consume books like this like they're popcorn.
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