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This review does not represent the opinions of the general public. It reflects my personal thoughts and opinions on the book.
That said, on to the review!
M.Y.T.H. Inc. Link is a change from the other Myth books, and not just in the way "myth" is included in the title. Whereas earlier novels all came across from Skeeve's point of view, various sections come from his friends and cohorts' perspectives. Not only does this allow us more insight into the other characters, we also get to learn more about how the characters feel about Skeeve himself.
You may think that being in the minds of people who have known Skeeve for a while wouldn't really allow you to learn much more about him. Well, the situations the M.Y.T.H. Inc. personnel find themselves in often lets them reflect on Skeeve, or explain their relationships with Skeeve to outsiders. This moments aren't usually very long, but they are long enough to know that while they like him, friends like Chumley and Massha are also realistic about their expectations of Skeeve. The best part, perhaps, is when we get to see into Gleep's thoughts and how he views his connection with Skeeve. Did you ever imagine you'd get into a dragon's mind like that?
M.Y.T.H. Inc. Link, as the title indicates, is more about the company and its contributors rather than Skeeve alone. That doesn't make it any less interesting or enjoyable. Instead, think of it as several short stories under the aegis of the whole M.Y.T.H. Inc. storyline. Take them one at a time, and enjoy!
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This page posted January 1, 2003.
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