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Myth-Adventures 1: Another Fine Myth by Robert Asprin - eBook
Myth-Adventures 1: Another Fine Myth by Robert Asprin - eBook
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Robert Asprin’s Classic Fantasy available for the first time in eBook!

Cover and interior illustrations by Phil Foglio!

 A Recipe for a Myth-Adventure ...

            Skeeve is a magician’s apprentice (and a wanna-be thief) until an assassin’s bolt kills his master, Garkin. Along with Aahz, the green-scaled, purple-tongued demon and master magician summoned by Garkin, he sets out on a quest to get even. The road to vengeance is bound to prove rocky, however, because Skeeve can barely light a candle with his  beginning magic, and Aahz has lost his own considerable magical abilities as a consequence of Garkin’s summoning spell.

            Before they can confront the power-mad wizard who ordered Garkin’s assassination, they must survive a trip to a weird  alternate dimension, encounters with Impish hit-men and a somewhat dull but persistent demon hunter who rides a friendly war unicorn, outwit a sharp-dealing Deevel, and deal with other uncanny enemies and even stranger friends ... all without killing each other in the process!

Beware the Green-Haired Lady ...

            “Relax, handsome,” she purred. “You’re about to get pounded for offending my honor. You might as well get a little of the sweet along with the bitter.”

            Before I could protest further, she kissed me. Long and warm and sweet, she kissed me.

            I had never been kissed by anyone except my mother. This was different! The fight, the dragon, Aahz, everything faded from my mind. I was lost in the wonder of that moment.


            A rough hand fell on my shoulder and pulled us apart. “Is this shrimp bothering you, lady?”

            The person on the other end of that hand was no taller than I was, but he was twice as broad and had short, twisted tusks protruding from his mouth. His cronies had fanned out behind him, effectively boxing me in against the dung-heap.

            I looked at the girl. She shrugged and backed away. It looked like I was going to have to fight all of them. Me and the dragon. Terrific.

            I remembered my skinning knife. It wasn’t much, but it was all I had. As casually as I could, I reached behind me and tugged at my shirt, trying to pull it up so I could get at the knife.

            The knife promptly fell down inside my pants.

            The wrecking crew started forward.

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