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If you are reading the series for the first time, you could very easily skip this "Book 3.5" and miss nothing.
I think my major problem with this book (shared by many fans) is that the book does not follow the time line of the series, and the established characters seem off.
The book starts off just bad the characters just don't seem like themselves, the writing style just made the characters come off wrong.
This is my favorite book of the whole series. The comical part of skeeve drinking carrot juice and the cows turning into vampires at nightPublished 10 months ago by Marie B. Vaughn
Story wise its good, but the writing style is not bad but simply different than the previous books, ahaz is kindda being left out, its nice to read but I recommend reading t other... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Jamal
This entry into the series ... sort of a "mid-quel" if you may, was a welcome reintroduction to much loved characters. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Brent Butler
his is another dose of wonderful Myth Inc. tales from Robert Asprin.
In this one the adventurous trio go in search of a golden cow, who gives golden milk, by following a... Read more
I simply did not enjoy this. I find the rest of the series (at least the first 9 books) kind of silly and absurd and not great reading in any way, but amusing enough. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Matthew R. Green
MYTH-ion Improbable (2001) is the eleventh humorous Fantasy novel in the Myth series, although it is really 3.5 in internal chronological order. It comes after Myth-Directions. Read morePublished on July 28, 2010 by Arthur W. Jordin
This book, as admitted in the foreward, was a simple tale to get Mr. Asprin "back into the swing of things" after a long hiatus of not working with the Myth characters. Read morePublished on November 7, 2007 by W. Jacobs
I got this book when it first came out and have finally muscled my way through it after putting it down several times. I have to say, it makes me sad. Read morePublished on July 6, 2007 by Sugarlessllama
As Robert Asprin notes in his Forward, this book came about because of the long hiatus in the series. Read morePublished on October 16, 2006 by N. Wallach