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Robert Asprin's Myth-Quoted (Myth-Adventures) Paperback – December 4, 2012
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Praise for Robert Asprin’s MYTH series
“Stuffed with rowdy fun.”—The Philadelphia Inquirer
“Give yourself the pleasure of working through the series. But not all at once; you’ll wear out your funny bone.”—The Washington Times
About the Author
Jody Lynn Nye is an established science fiction and fantasy author who collaborated on seven MYTH books with Asprin.
Robert Asprin was the author of the MYTH, Phule's Company and Dragons Wild series. He passed away in May of 2008 in his hometown of New Orleans.
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In this one, MYTH Inc is asked to help with an election that has dragged on for the past five years. (This would be compared to our recent Presidential election in the US, that only felt like it lasted for five years.) I only wish our politicians were as straightforward as the ones in the book. The story skewers the media, and their desire for spectacle over substance, but in a reserved way.
The characters finally feel like they have grown since the place they seemed stuck at since the mid 1980s, and there are threads for at least one other book at the end.
Two minor annoyances (personal taste):
1. Mudslinging metaphor waaaaay too much. It seriously could have taken a couple of dozen less pages, which would have been great to use for...
2. Bunny's family problems. Wow, it must be a pretty big deal, but not even an ominous cliffhanger, just a "Meh, no big deal" and end story. Oh well, i guess in the next book that will get sorted, but it really felt epilog worthy, but just ended up seeming unfinished somehow.
Still well worth the read and it makes me happy to see the franchise in good hands.
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