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Something M.Y.T.H. Inc. (Myth) (Myth-Adventures) Paperback – July 29, 2003
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"Give yourself the pleasure of working through the series. But not all at once; you'll wear out your funny bone." -Washington Times
"Stuffed with rowdy fun." -Philadelphia Inquirer
About the Author
Robert (Lynn) Asprin was born in 1946. While he has written some stand alone novels such as Cold Cash War, Tambu, The Bug Wars and also the Duncan and Mallory Illustrated stories, Bob is best known for his series: The Myth Adventures of Aahz and Skeeve; the Phule novels; and, more recently, the Time Scout novels written with Linda Evans. He also edited the groundbreaking Thieves World anthologies with Lynn Abbey. His most recent collaboration is License Invoked written with Jody Lynn Nye. It is set in the French Quarter, New Orleans where he currently lives.
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In what is likely to be the last of the series, Asprin wraps up storylines with all the delicacy of a sledgehammer. Actually, most of the story deals with minor character Guido and his attempts to put down rebellions by such feeble threats as Robb the Hood and his Married Men. These characters are such non-threats that there is little suspense in the whole story.
Towards the end of the book, the focus is finally back on Skeeve, who makes decisions about his future that affects everyone. Also, the loose ends are tied together quickly, almost too quickly for those who have waited years for resolutions. All this in a very quick 150+ pages plus a throwaway short story and character guide.
While this is not an awful book, it is also not very good, certainly not a very rewarding finish for those who have enjoyed this series. But if the last two books are any indication, it is probably best that the series has concluded; there will be no more disappointments in the future.