Check out some cool books you can read about in Sourcery. See the alphabetical version of this list over here.
Maleficio’s Discouverie of Demonologie – The author’s name, loosely translated, means bad dude, so….
Necrotelicomnicon – A famous book with pages made of lizard skin. Possibly used where comic book enthusiasts gather to communicate with the dead.
True Arte of Levitatione – Spent at least 150 years in the rafters of the Library at UU.
Ge Fordge’s Compenydyum of Sex Majick – Kept in a vat of ice in a room by itself for obvious reasons.
Venerable Council of Seers – Of which Spelter was a member. Too bad he couldn’t see it coming.
Maligree’s Wonderful Garden – A magical representation of the Disc, or so it would seem, that only a handful of wizards have been able to conjure.
Megrim’s Accelerator – A spell Spelter unsuccessfully uses against Carding.
Brother Hushmaster’s Potent Asp-Spray – A spell Carding unsuccessfully uses against Spelter.
Occult Primer – By Woddeley. A must-have for the newbie wizard.
Wellcome to Ankh-Morporke, Citie of One Thousand Surprises – Published by the Merchant’s Guild, of course.
Casplock’s Compleet Lexicon of Majik with Precepts for the Wise – Contains the entry: Sourcerer, n. (mythical). Bear in mind that mythical doesn’t mean it’s not true.
Ocean Waltzer – A ship once employed by Rincewind, Conina, and The Luggage.
Pelepel’s Temporal Compressor – A spell apparently responsible for dinosaur fossils.
Anima Unnaturale – By Broomfog. Contains an accurate – according to Broomfog – description of a chimera.
Fullomyth – Contains lists of things that don’t exist, including 3 stations on the London Underground that they dare not show on public maps.
Five Moons of Nasreem – It is uncertain whether these are a place on the Disc, satellites, or some of Nasreem’s (who may or may not be a living being) bodily features.
Seventeen Sidirites of Sarudin – See the Five Moons of Nasreem.