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Myth Directions by Robert Lynn Asprin
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Apr 25, 10

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Read on April 22, 2010 — I own a copy, read count: 5

Whenever I'm in the mood for a laugh then inevitably I reach for one of my Terry Pratchett or Robert Asprin books. I'm not in general a fan of comedy books, but these two manage to combine the air of science fantasy that I adore with a quirky, whimsical wit that pokes fun at life without being overly political or satirical. The third book in the MYTH Adventures series bring Skeeve to the dimension of Jahk where a shopping trip with the beautiful Tanda leads the team to participate in a mysterious sporting event for the ugliest trophy ever.

One of the things I like the most about this book is the satire around Jahk's bookies and souvenier business. The differences in the dimensions allow for a lot of humourous in-jokes and word play.
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