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robert swiderski posts on 12/3/2009 3:40:05 AM well? im still waiting for help.... its only been 4 years
ZJ posts on 10/21/2009 3:29:38 PM THANK YOU! I remember reading Bug Wars when I was in primary school but I forgot the name of the novel and have been trying to find it for years!
Kate posts on 2/10/2006 12:54:04 AM You can actually but the book a Borders, you can order online or reserve for in-store pickup.



virginia posts on 12/12/2005 7:47:59 PM dose any body know where i can find robert asprin in ebook form called myth told tales
robert swiderski posts on 10/11/2005 3:51:17 AM what's next,and when? how can i get a book signed? does he ever go on tour?does he read this site? does anyone? does anyone know?
Alex posts on 10/4/2005 8:27:09 AM Can somebody help me? I would like to offer Asprin business. But I don't know his contacts. Please, talk me - how I can write to him ?
Pat Surrey posts on 7/1/2005 8:08:10 PM Did,nt Mr Asprin say he was changing his style of writting some time ago? I love the Myth books. I have,nt bought any because I liked his books and was not sure if I would like the new ones. Tell me what you think.
Robert posts on 6/7/2005 3:31:07 AM myth adventures one limited edition #212 of 2000 is for sale on ebay
Concerned in Edmonton posts on 4/20/2005 10:58:39 PM The Myth-adventures of Aahz and Skeeve have always been my favorite books...I have definitely read Another Fine Myth into the double digits, and the interplay between the two central characters has put a lot of perspective and humour into my own personal relationships. All the books in the series, even including Myth-ion Improbable and Something M.Y.T.H. Inc, have a unique flavor that doesn't always make the reader laugh out loud, but never fails to bring a satisfied smile to their face. But that element has been ebbing, if not missing, from the latest books, and while the books are still valid as entertainment, they no longer hold the same poignancy as the originals. Sweet Myth-tery of Life is a great read for sorting out your personal affairs. Myth-ion Improbable has a good plot and some strong humor, but what's missing is the strong characters. The most endearing facet of Asprin's writing in this series was his penchant for finding ways to express dialogue without using the word "said". When this was gone, the books lost their urgency and the ability to catch the reader in their emotional strides. I would like to say that I will still buy all the future books Mr. Asprin puts out, because I can't get enough, but unless he readopts this style he will never match the greatness of his originals.
AJOHN posts on 3/12/2005 2:32:50 PM In which order should the Myth books be read?
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