The news that humanity had been dreading for ages had come true. Zombies are real. Worst of all, we created them. The apocalypse was upon us, and every man, woman and child had to answer a simple question of themselves: "What do we do now?"
"I DON'T LOOK GOOD IN A FEZ"
Someone - or something - masquerading as Skeeve the Magnificent is racking up hundreds of thousands of gold pieces of debt. It's up to Aahz the Pervect (not pervert!) to find the myth-creant and put an end to the shopping spree.
"Aahz to the Rescue"
Like every other citizen of the Federation of Sentient Planets, Lunzie Mespil believed that no harm would come to her, but when the planet pirates attack the space liner on which she is a passenger, she might have to suffer more than just inconvenience.
"The correct order of this series"
Someone is collecting animated treasures and keeping them from their heroic destinies. Reunited with the lovely Trollop Tananda, Aahz the Pervect must help out a sword called Ersatz, and embark on a quest that just may restore his lost magical powers.
When the sheepish Wuhses are taken advantage of by the overbearing Pervects, Skeeve teams up with Zol Icty - self-help expert and best-selling author of Imps Are from Imper, Deveels Are from Deva - on a mythion in personal empowerment.
"Wuhses Vs. Pervects"
Business is slow for M.Y.T.H., Inc., and its president, Bunny, is getting nervous that the company might not meet its quarterly goal. So when a job comes in that's worth an absurd amount of gold - and also happens to take them to Winslow, the most luxurious vacation resort in any dimension - the team jumps at the opportunity to recoup some cash and maybe catch some R&R.
"Should have kept Noah Michael Levine as Narrator!"
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....
"Pyramids & Curses"
After years as a court magician and inter-dimensional hero, Skeeve needed a rest. So he took some time off to study magic and relax. When a few months later several members of the M.Y.T.H. Inc. Team each ask him to train some talented, young magicians in "practical magic" he has to agree. But after the assassins attack and a manticore tries to eat them, the Khlad mage soon discovers that there is more going on than learning. His students are preparing for a very deadly magical game and you won't believe where. Worse yet, the game may be fixed, and the only way to save his students lives is for Skeeve to risk his own.
Skeeve has decided, at long last, to come out of his self-imposed retirement and get back into the problem-solving biz. He confidently expected to walk in and take his rightful place as the head of M.Y.T.H., Inc. He didn't expect to have to face off against Aahz for the job. With their friends lending help but showing no favorites, they start a not-so-friendly contest to see who will run the company by taking opposite sides of the next case to walk in the door. Will the legendary partnership survive the battle? Or will this be the end of a beautiful friendship?
"Skeeve Vs. Aahz"
The third entry in the best-selling fantasy series which includes Mythology 101 and Mythology Abroad. A hunter unknowingly abducts two of the Wee Folk and it falls to Keith Doyle to save them before the poacher discovers his booty - and helps the notorious tabloids expose their secret Hollow Tree Corporation.
In Applied Mythology we learned how Keith Doyle met and befriended the Little People living in the sub-basement of his college's library. If you have been following Keith's adventures, then you know he has always wanted to learn what other types of creatues share this world we live on. In Advanced Mythology, by Jody Lynn Nye, he will get his chance to do so, if he can make it through a few small matters: Diane's hints about making their relationship more permanent, something that is bothering the Little People and their refusal to discuss it with him, and the choice to continue his education or drop out and take the job of his dreams.
The peace between humans and cat-like aliens on the unspoiled planet Doona has been hard won. Now a new race of aliens arrives, bringing with them promises of new technology and trade. But the devastating accusation that these newcomers once destroyed life on another planet puts the residents of Doona in peril.
Like Helva, The Ship Who Sang, Carialle was born so physically disadvantaged that her only chance for life was as a shell person. And again, like those others, Carialle decided she would strap on a spaceship. Her brawn is a guy named Keff. Their mission: to search the galaxy for intelligent beings.
The first humans to arrive on the beautiful, unspoiled planet of Doona drew up an intricate cohabitation contract with the alien, cat-like Hrrubans, who had settled there first. Now, after 25 years, the contract is due for renewal. Anne McCaffrey is a past winner of both the Hugo and Nebula awards.
"Awesome continuation of a great trilogy"
After the extinction asteroid doesn't strike Earth, the dinosaurs keep evolving... but so do the mammals. We mammals have achieved human-like shapes, but now it's cold-blooded, magic-using reptiles against the hot-blooded, hot-tempered descendants of cats.
"Wanted to love it"
Meet Keith Doyle - weirdo, business major, nerd, and believer in myths. To his joy - and horror - Keith has just discovered a village of elves in the university library. And when the library is threatened with demolition, Keith and the elves join forces to save it.
"Bureaucracy: The Fairy Tale? Seriously?"
Ray Crandall has just graduated from high school, and is at loose ends over a sticky, Chicago summer. He's been targeted by street gangs for forced membership or worse, if he refuses. His grandmother sends him to a meeting of her favorite charity, intending to get him involved with a safe peer group. He's not at all certain he wants to become a member of something called the Fairy Godmothers Union. The Union pairs him up with a senior fairy godmother, Rose Feinstein, who teaches him about magic and responsibility.
More adventures for Keith and Holl, as they take an Educatours trip to Scotland, where they participate in archaeological digs all over the country, and, not incidentally, seek out other magical creatures along the way. They make friends with the other students on the tour, learning a little about one another's culture. Holl has another purpose for accompanying Keith: the Master, head of the colony of the Folk and father of his intended wife, Maura, won't let Holl marry her until he can bring back magic white bellflowers from their ancestral home in Ireland.
After the extinction asteroid does not strike Earth, the dinosaurs keep evolving - but so do the mammals. We mammals have achieved humanlike shapes, but now it's cold-blooded, magic-using reptiles against the hot-blooded, hot-tempered descendants of cats. In a heroic, Bronze Age world similar to 300, the Mrem Clans expand their rough-and-tumble territory, but now they face the Lishkash, reptilian masters of a cold-blooded empire of slave armies and magic.
Medicine and mayhem from the best-selling co-author of Crisis on Doona. An epidemic is spreading from colony to colony in the vast reaches of space. Dr. Shona Taylor, with her team of four-legged assistants - including a dog with an immune system that can synthesize vaccines - sets out to find a way to stem the killer disease.
"Science Fiction Sexism"