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Myth-Interpretations: The Worlds of Robert Asprinby Robert Asprin
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A comedic fantasy masterpiece years in the making, here are the complete Myth tales of New York Times best-seller Robert Asprin collected for the first time. Included is all the short fiction set in Asprin’s legendarily hilarious mythic world of sword, sorcery and wordplay.
A comedic fantasy masterpiece years in the making, here are the complete Myth tales of New York Times best-seller Robert Asprin collected for the first time. Included is all the short fiction set in Asprin’s legendarily hilarious mythic world of sword, sorcery and wordplay. These tales chronicle the misadventures of Skeeve and Aahz, a magician who has lost his power and his hapless human apprentice, as they travel through strange worlds in pursuit of wealth, glory, and good-times—but succeed mostly in getting into one myth-filled mess after another.
Also includes more short works by Asprin together with the award-winning novelette “The Cold Cash War,” and a trove of previously unpublished stories discovered after the writer’s death!
About Robert Asprin’s Myth series:
“[Asprin’s MYTH books are] stuffed with rowdy fun.”—Philadelphia Inquirer
“. . .plenty of action and quirky humor.”—Library Journal
“All the MYTH books are hysterically funny.”—Analog
About the Author
Robert Asprin was the legendary creator of the long-running Myth series in which fantasy adventure meets comedy in a delightful pandemonium of magic and adventure.Asprin’s Phule's Company saga, with its similarly irreverent look at military science fiction, was a New York Times bestseller. And with Lynn Abbey, he created the landmark, hugely-popular and long-running Thieves’ World fantasy series. A fan favorite at SF conventions and an active participant in Society for Creative Anachronism mayhem, Asprin passed away in 2008.
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