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My husband is a big fan of this series and said this is the best one yet!Published 4 days ago by Diane Kuharik
These stories were some that were read years before and now the kids love to read. Just glad they can be purchased again after all these years!Published 1 month ago by Jenn
I enjoy the whole series. Each book is a fun read, but to understand what the later books are referencing in story lines and characters, one must read the series from the... Read morePublished 4 months ago by S. Poudrier
There are so many things wrong with this book.
1. The mall knows about the identity thieves.
2. Yet the creditors still go after skeeve.
3. Read more
This book manages to take characters that we know so well and just tell a story. That's it. No character development, not much witty banter, and no clever solutions at the end... Read morePublished 23 months ago by The Bass
This is the first Robert Asprin book I've read, and I wasn't disappointed. I had heard that he was a genius of the comic fantasy genre, and after reading this tale I couldn't agree... Read morePublished 24 months ago by Cozy Reader
Myth-Taken Identity (2004) is the fourteenth Fantasy novel in the Myth series, following Myth Alliances. The initial work in this sequence is Another Fine Myth. Read morePublished on April 2, 2012 by Arthur W. Jordin