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Myth Nomers And Impervections [Mass Market Paperback]

Robert Asprin
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Jan. 11 2002 Myth-Nomers & Im-Pervections (Book 8)
How could a thick-headed demon be so thin-skinned? But Ahaz, Skeeve's friend and mentor, has taken exception to something his partner has said and walked out. Now Skeeve must apologize for this thoughtless behavior and convince his scaly cohort to rejoin the firm--and finds himself trapped in the most demonic dimension of them all!.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Great! June 4 2002
Format:Mass Market Paperback
Finally! We get to see Perv in the flesh. I love the place, vary good book. All the Myth books rock!
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5.0 out of 5 stars What was expected Nov. 14 2001
Format:Mass Market Paperback
Personally, I dont' understand the direction some of the other reviews have taken. I enjoyed the book (As I had all the books preceeding) immensely.
Though Perv wasn't quite as bad as I would have expected it to be (Picture New York, only every fat half-drunk slob has the proportional strength to dismember you in seconds, magic is interwoven to technology, and food has a tendency to leave yoru bowl if you don't eat it quickly), it was still an interesting world for Skeeve to get lost in.
As for Skeeve, we get to see that beneath the exterior we see him try to build up in the previous novel, he's still nervous, inexperienced, and for once, finding himself without the security blanket of his friends that he has been able to rely on up to this novel. Fortunatly, the dumb luck that he possessed from page one of book one still remains, and he needs it.
Due to it's late nature in the seires, one would be recommended to read eariler novels first, but if it's your first time in the myth world, it can still be a fun book, if not one as understood (Several elements in this book will make much less sense).
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3.0 out of 5 stars myth-ing the point Nov. 8 2001
Format:Mass Market Paperback
I love his books (up to now). I think they are inspired, quite often he is better than Pratcett, and lets face it that is good. However the main feeling I get form this book is that it lack humility, subject and perhaps most importantly a point. It has good jokes, some excelent moments but overall it has no heart. Sorry Robert but this one fails to impress.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Skeeve is too stupid in this one. Oct. 25 1999
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I greatly enjoyed the first six books in this series, but Skeeve has learned a lot in them. He can't still be this dumb. I enjoyed Aahz's world of Perv, though.
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5.0 out of 5 stars to myth or not to myth March 5 1999
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Format:Mass Market Paperback
I have been astounded once again with Robert Asprin's myth series. The series just keeps getting better and better the more you read. The way he portrays everyone. Myth Directions, M.Y.T.H. INC. Link, and HIT OR MYTH are only a few to prove what a great writer this man is. I'd recommend this book to anyone and everyone.
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