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Myth Directions [Paperback]

Robert Asprin
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August 1982 Starblaze Editions
The beautiful Tanda wants the Trophy--and it's up to Skeeve to get it for her. The problem is, getting it will take more than luck. It will take all Skeeve's unproven magical talents, a scaly but clever Pervect, and a charming demon not above a little interdimensional thievery.
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Robert Asprin is editor of the Thieves World series with Lynn Abbey and creator of the Myth series. --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.

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4.0 out of 5 stars Myths March 6 2003
Format:Mass Market Paperback
Myth Directions by Robert Aspirin. There were a lot of interesting things that I liked about this book. One was how the author depicted the features of each of the characters. These characters aren't like your normal everyday people. They are from a fantasy world that exist in you imagination. While Skeeve is your average normal boy, Aahz and Tanada are demons from some other dimension. Another of Aahz's friend is a troll, "While I had never seen a troll before, I knew that this as one.", P.133 and Gus who is a gargoyle.
In this book there are a lot of themes that the author develops. One is that there are a wide variety of adventures and new places to experience. Not just the ordinary day to day things that people expereince. The other is that people can get along with others that are different from them. I agree with each of these messages.
I would definitely recommend this book because it challenges you to think beyond your every day thoughts. This book will fill your mind with new kinds of characters and thoughts that will make you realize this is indeed a world expanded by your growing imagination.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Birthday presents and making fun of Towns June 7 2002
By Hikari
Format:Mass Market Paperback
I loved the book, but the part about the Blue and Yellow Paper freaks made me think on the second read. Near where I live there's a University where I guess you could say that there are tons of Blue and Yellow Paper freaks, just try to do anything on a game day and you'll be stuck in traffic. (If you know anything about College colors you'll find that Michigan has both "towns" that are used in the book, the Red and White of MSU and the Blue and Yellow of U of M) I happen to love Dragons. Gleeep!
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5.0 out of 5 stars One big ha-ha Oct. 8 1997
By A Customer
Format:Mass Market Paperback
I read this book in one week. My progress is ussually much faster, but its hard to read when one is shaking with hysterical laughter. this was the first Myth book I read, and will forever be my favorite. It conjures up some strang mentel images of Skeeve astride Gleep.(Gleep is my favorite character.) I would recommend it to anyone with a goofy sense of humor. P.S. I had no idea so many people read myth!
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3.0 out of 5 stars Good, but not great. Aug. 16 1999
By A Customer
Format:Mass Market Paperback
Myth Directions was an ok book but nothing like the Shannara series or the Sword of Truth series. I guess I liked it mainly because it was kind of funny, and it also had some action in it. I'm not saying you should read it, just that you can if you have free time, and if not...no biggy.
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