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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.

©2003 Robert Lynn Asprin, Jody Lynn Nye (P)2013 Audible, Inc.

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Wuhses Vs. Pervects

Skeeve, Bunny, Tanada, and a new character called Zol Icty all work together to help the shy people called Wuhses. I like that Skeeve is always looking out for the underdog. His character has integrity. He might not always make the right choices, but his heart is always in the right place. The narrator did another great job of bringing all of the characters to life. This was another fun read in the Myth series.

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Not bad for the new series

I enjoyed the beginnings of this new series of Myth adventures. Hopefully the rest will live up to what came before.

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I truly like the series in print and performed.

i truly like the series in print and performed. They are a fun and entertaining diversion from mundania.

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Less Inc more Skeeve

I view these as popcorn - light fluff and finished quickly. I got the feeling with this book that Robert Asprin wanted to return to earlier books where he was only balancing a few characters and each could get a bigger part. About chapter 3 the end plot is pretty clear but the rest of the plot was fun.

If you are looking for a light distraction that this is pretty good.

Noah Levine continues a strong reading of this series.

1 of 2 people found this review helpful