Aahz falls for a literal pyramid scheme, selling it stone by stone as a burial site, while claiming the coveted pointed stone top for himself. But Skeeve wants to be know why the construction site is having so many accidents - before both he and Aahz end up in the afterlife before their time....
©2008 Myth Management, Inc., Jody Lynn Nye (P)2013 Audible, Inc.
Skeeve and Aahz have their hands full as bad luck plagues the new owners of a pyramid, and everyone else who buys into the project. I enjoyed the humor and characters once again, and the narrator did a terrific job. At the end of the audiobook I was sad to learn that Robert Asprin had passed away. I have enjoyed this series very much. The last six books were coauthored by Jody Lynn Nye. I wonder if she will pen another Myth Adventure. I’d love to learn of the further adventures of Skeeve, Aahz, and company. Thanks to Robert Asprin for making me laugh when I needed it the most.
I really didn't want this book to end as I knew it was the end of the series. Just like Discworld, the dimensions of the Myth universe will always hold a special place in literature and my memory.
Noah is an awesome story teller, but PLEASE, no more mouth smacking! My mother would take our heads off for it, and she has made me sensitive to ot too... But overall, his performances can't be beat!
I believe this may be due to a combination of personal fatigue, having read too many books lately (is that even possible?) and just a general wish that at some point Skeeve will truly come to understand his capabilities and blossom as a magician. Secretly, I'm also hoping before the series goes to bed permanently that Oz will finally get his powers back.
I enjoyed this like all the rest. Always liking any of them that involve both Skeeve and Aahz interacting together.
Really annoyed by the constant "Author's note". Wow, shameless plug much? Found it to be really annoying, especially for those of us who have been reading these books from the start.
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