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Robert Asprin

Robert Asprin
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Books by Robert Asprin


Shadows of Sanctuary (1985)

Most fantasy literature is pure escapism -- light, easy, black and white. Thieves' World instead features surprisingly complex characters (for a fantasy tale) with uncertain motivations. It's low, gritty, and not concerned with the matters of elves and men. As a mosaic novel (or linear anthology,...

Shadows of Sanctuary (1985) by Robert Asprin

Phule's Paradise (1992)

The gang's all back! And you know what that means - more hilarity ensues! This book is the sequel to Phule's Company and it is every bit as good as the first book. This time the Omega Company is up against the mob - where they will have to use all their unique skills if they want to succeed. In t...

Phule's Paradise (1992) by Robert Asprin

Something M.Y.T.H. Inc. (2004)

I picked up several beaten-up MYTH books at my high school library booksale when they were getting rid of their beaten-up paperbacks. This was back in 1996 or '97 or something. I loved these books and quickly read them as I got a few additional ones to fill in the gaps.Then I reached 'Sweet Myt...

Something M.Y.T.H. Inc. (2004) by Robert Asprin

Myth-Nomers and Im-Pervections (2006)

This was a bit of an odd addition to the Myth series. Usually Skeeve and his friends team up to deal with some sort of task or mishap, but in this one Skeeve is off on his own solo quest. After Queen Hemlock pretty much sent a deceleration of war at the end of M.Y.T.H. Inc. Link Skeeve decides to...

Myth-Nomers and Im-Pervections (2006) by Robert Asprin

Myth Directions (2006)

One of my most childhood (well, teenagerhood) possessions is a pair of graphic novels based on Robert Asprin's "Myth" series, illustrated by Phil Foglio. I also read most of the books themselves and enjoyed them nearly as much. When I recently decided to re-read the first three books (Another Fin...

Myth Directions (2006) by Robert Asprin

Hit or Myth (2006)

Hit or Myth by Robert Asprin is the fourth book of the MythAdventures series and becomes a huge turning point by the end of the novel. Things start out at the kingdom of Possiltum where King Roderick takes a sudden leave of absence in order to dodge his own wedding, leaving Skeeve, aka Skeve the ...

Hit or Myth (2006) by Robert Asprin

A Phule and His Money (1999)

I read the first two books in this series while I was in the beautiful town of Scottsdale. They weren't amazing, but they were cute, fun light reading. I liked Asprin's Myth series more, but they were still enjoyable.While I can't say I disliked A Phule and His Money, it wasn't what I was hoping ...

A Phule and His Money (1999) by Robert Asprin

Thieves' World (1982)

I stumbled across the first volume of the Thieves' World anthology series shortly after it came out, and being a die-hard, ultimately I bought and read all 12 of the collections (and most of the novels), but after about vol. 6 it was more a labor of stamina and obligation than one of love. The t...

Thieves' World (1982) by Robert Asprin

For King & Country (2003)

This was my first Asprin/Evans collaboration. Although the story's concept was interesting, I found myself trying to distinguish between what I thought Asprin's contribution was vs. Evans, which was a distraction to the actual reading of the book. The reason for this was because some parts were...

For King & Country (2003) by Robert Asprin

Another Fine Myth (2005)

I'll be honest, I figured I'd be giving this book a 1 star review after only a chapter. And for the first 79% of it (according to my Kindle), that is exactly what it was. Pure stubborness was all that kept me in I am extremely stubborn. I was so disappointed. It gets rave reviews becau...

Another Fine Myth (2005) by Robert Asprin

Mirror Friend, Mirror Foe (1979)

MIRROR FRIEND, MIRROR FOE came out in 1979. At StellarCon in Greensboro, N.C. that year, I met both authors, though I'm not sure they were promoting this one as the first Trek movie hadn't been out long and I never actually saw them together the weekend. Asprin was holding court in a lounge the f...

Mirror Friend, Mirror Foe (1979) by Robert Asprin

Myth Conceptions (2005)

Usually, when I read books that are part of a series, I prefer to start at the beginning. However, my wife picked this second volume of the author's Myth series up at our local flea market, and suggested that we read it together, so I did. While it makes some reference to previous events, and m...

Myth Conceptions (2005) by Robert Asprin

Little Myth Marker (2006)

The best compliment I can give this book is that it's a mystery story which holds up to re-readings. Once you know "whodunnit", a second reading will reveal clues that you might have missed the first time around, so the writer plays fair by giving you enough information to work it out for yoursel...

Little Myth Marker (2006) by Robert Asprin

Sweet Myth-Tery of Life (1994)

The tenth Myth Adventures book. Following immediately after its predecessor, M.Y.T.H. Inc. in Action, this book opens with Skeeve and the gang back in the kingdom of Possiltum, hanging fire while Skeeve frets over Queen Hemlock’s ridiculous “ultimatum” (marry her, or she will abdicate and give h...

Sweet Myth-Tery of Life (1994) by Robert Asprin

The Bug Wars (1993)

This book has a really fun concept. A space-faring race of lizard men are embroiled in war with a "coalition" of insect species. Having received their advanced technology from a peaceful race of now extinct highly advanced benefactors, both forces have similar weaponry and technological abilities...

The Bug Wars (1993) by Robert Asprin

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