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Myth Conceptions by Robert Asprin
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Apr 18, 2010

it was amazing
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Read on April 19, 2010 , read count: 10

The second book in Robert Asprin's MYTH Adventures starts off a year or so after the events of the first book. Our heroes are hiding out at an abandoned inn with Skeeve's magic skills progressing along despite Aahz's sometimes questionable teaching methods. This time Skeeve is invited to interview for the position of Court Magician at the small kingdom of Possiltum. Spurred on by Aahz he heads off to win the position only to discover that he must now defeat an invading army which is larger that the borders of the country.

Asprin brings back some much loved characters from the previous book and introduces a few others who promise to become great favourites if they return again. The sheer luck that Skeeve seems to have as he's somehow constantly falling into trouble is more amusing than annoying. Also priceless are the little quotes at the start of each chapter, snarky little comments to historical figures.

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