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No character development, very little plot development, and a jarring "let's-wrap-up-this-series-as-fast-as-possible" ending.
The first few books of the M.Y.T.H. series is so fun and entertaining... and this one just feels like Robert Lynn Asprin is just trying to get it over and done with.
The ending is bittersweet, and it leaves open the possibilities for future volumes as much as it leaves a place for the series to end off.
I have read almost every book in the MYTH series so far and even the ones with Jody Lynn Nye as a co-author have been great. M.Y.T.H. Inc. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Sheri R.
While Something M.Y.T.H. Inc. was a step up from The M.Y.T.H. Inc. Link, it still wasn't a large enough step to be a worthwhile read. Read morePublished on January 3, 2013 by Matthew R. Green
Something M.Y.T.H. Inc. (2002) is the twelfth Fantasy novel in the Myth series, following MYTH-ion Improbable. But is actually a concurrent sequel to Sweet Myth-tery of Life. Read morePublished on August 4, 2010 by Arthur W. Jordin
Did not enjoy this book as much as the rest of the series, it fills in a few gaps in the overall series storyline, but the humor is sadly lacking here. Read morePublished on May 14, 2008 by Amazon Customer
It was the book prior told from another view point that gave close to the previous books cliffhanger ending. Weak. The series that went out with a whimper.Published on July 6, 2007 by Sugarlessllama
The MYTH series was one of my favorites, so much so that I would pick up anything with a title that used the MYTH tag in it. Read morePublished on January 24, 2007 by Karen Anne Webb
Something M.Y.T.H. Inc. should be called Something Missing as the pun intends. This is clearly a book that was put together with very little forethought and was intended to be the... Read morePublished on August 12, 2006 by N. Wallach
Both I and my son have been great fans of the Myth series for some time and were eagerly anticipating this book. Read morePublished on August 3, 2004 by K. Traxler