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Sourcery by Terry Pratchett is the story of the wizards that live on Discworld and the struggle that ensues when a new sourcerer shows up. Rincewind, a most inept wizard and a coward, will travel the world and face unimaginable odds, against his wishes, in order to save the dirty streets of Ankh-Morpork.

Ipslore the Red gives his son a name, Coin, as he stands talking to Death. Death is a skeleton figure that shows up when a person is about to die. Ipslore was the eight son of a wizard and became a wizard who had an eighth son. Ipslore's son was a wizard squared, a source of all magic, a sourcerer. Ipslore passes on his magic staff to his infant son as his last minute of life passes. When Ipslore is struck dead, he is able to transfer his...

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