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    One of my favorite books from my childhood. It's sexist though so not sure if would hold up well.
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    Awesome

    One of my favorite books, the start of wonderful Xanth!
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    Nostalgic entertainment

    I read this book when I was 10 as my introduction to the world of the fantasy genre (aside from classics like LOTR, etc.). I loved it then but now find the sexism slightly annoying. Aside from that it was a fun read and I might still reread the feast of the series...
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    A great start to a series

    A spell for chameleon is a great start to the punny universe that is Xanth. Bink is a relatively likable character overall, and the various cast (Such as the Good Magician Humpfrey) give a unique spin to the tale. Xanth itself is quite a bit different from your normal land, but enchanting all the same.
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    One of my childhood favorites

    Silly, pompous, sexist... But still worth reading. Having read most of Piers Anthony's books over the years, I now see his usual moral/ethical themes of Good and Evil played out even in this early book.
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