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Class Dis-Mythed ❰Reading❯ ➻ Class Dis-Mythed Author Robert Lynn Asprin – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk Skeeve took some time off as a court magician, to study magic and relax Few months later he trains some talented, young magicians in practical magic But after the assassins attack, the Khlad mage disc Skeeve took some time off as a court magician, to study magic and relax Few months later he trains some talented, young magicians in practical magic But after the assassins attack, the Khlad mage discovers that there isgoing on than learning His students are preparing for a deadly magical game and you won t believe where.


10 thoughts on “Class Dis-Mythed

  1. Neil Neil says:

    Book 16 from the Myth Adventures series, and this one almost sees a return to the humour and style of the original books Maybe it is solely down to the fact that once again things are narrated from Skeeve s point of view Most of the original characters feature somewhere along the line, and there are also reappearances of Markie and Don Bruce.Regular readers of the series will be aware that Skeeve has taken a sabbatical from MYTH Inc, so that he can apply himself to his magical studies These s Book 16 from the Myth Adventures series, and this one almost sees a return to the humour and style of the original books Maybe it is solely down to the fact that once again things are narrated from Skeeve s point of view Most of the original characters feature somewhere along the line, and there are also reappearances of Markie and Don Bruce.Regular readers of the series will be aware that Skeeve has taken a sabbatical from MYTH Inc, so that he can apply himself to his magical studies These studies get interrupted with the arrival of three Pervect students who wish to study practical magic The three soon become six as other students, from different dimensions, also enrol Skeeve, being Skeeve, puts aside his own studies to help out with the usual mishaps and mayhem


  2. Nighteye Nighteye says:

    A fast and really funny read I must say that this book, together with the short stories in vol 13, is the best of the Jody Lyn Nye and Robert Asprin colaborations so far Nice illustrations also helps to brighten the reading spirits Skeeve, a loosy magican with a way to big reputation, get s his first apprentices without anyone noticing him he get a bunch newcombers from a lot of diffirent places with a lot of diffirent attetudes towards each other He try to do his best and the chaos tha A fast and really funny read I must say that this book, together with the short stories in vol 13, is the best of the Jody Lyn Nye and Robert Asprin colaborations so far Nice illustrations also helps to brighten the reading spirits Skeeve, a loosy magican with a way to big reputation, get s his first apprentices without anyone noticing him he get a bunch newcombers from a lot of diffirent places with a lot of diffirent attetudes towards each other He try to do his best and the chaos that follows is really funny.Now only four myth novels left until I ve covered them all, phu


  3. Chappy Chappy says:

    Not bad, but also not great We get to see the introduction of many brand new characters, which I hope to see in future books With only three books to go I can t imagine there will be many huge revelations or series changes to come It was great to hang out with Skeeve and Gleepthan anyone else Let s get the old gang back together for the rest of the series shall we It was also brilliant to hear from characters long since forgotten like don Bruce So in summary, funny and fun as regula Not bad, but also not great We get to see the introduction of many brand new characters, which I hope to see in future books With only three books to go I can t imagine there will be many huge revelations or series changes to come It was great to hang out with Skeeve and Gleepthan anyone else Let s get the old gang back together for the rest of the series shall we It was also brilliant to hear from characters long since forgotten like don Bruce So in summary, funny and fun as regular just not as much as others in the series and let s hope the last few books are brilliant


  4. D.L. Morrese D.L. Morrese says:

    Skeeve, still technically on sabbatical, become a teacher for a trio of Pervects, a Klahd, and a couple others The hardest part of the job is getting them to cooperate.Another fun fantasy Worth a reread on occasion.


  5. David Szatkowski David Szatkowski says:

    This is always a fun series But, due to the way that characters re appear and subplots run over multiple books, it is best to read them in order Much like cotton candy for the mind, but filled with puns, this series is a great way to relax and have fun.


  6. Kristoffer Kristoffer says:

    This book was hilarious.


  7. Thomas Thomas says:

    If there s one book in the new series that feels like the old books, this is it Skeeve, in his self exile from M.Y.T.H Inc to learn proper magik, is saddled with several people who want to learn magik themselves, so he becomes the teacher to a bunch of apprentices They re a various crew, all related to other characters who have appeared in the series one of them is the nephew of Markie, who was last seen as the antagonist in Little Myth Marker , and Skeeve comes up with ways to teach them t If there s one book in the new series that feels like the old books, this is it Skeeve, in his self exile from M.Y.T.H Inc to learn proper magik, is saddled with several people who want to learn magik themselves, so he becomes the teacher to a bunch of apprentices They re a various crew, all related to other characters who have appeared in the series one of them is the nephew of Markie, who was last seen as the antagonist in Little Myth Marker , and Skeeve comes up with ways to teach them the practical uses of magik, even though some of his students knowthan he does.What makes the book feel familiar is the student teacher relationship between Skeeve and his students It s strained at times there are multiple students, so that relationship is broken across several characters, and that relationship doesn t feel consistent but for the most part it works Skeeve has moments where he can speak at length to different subjects, which is something I hadn t realized was missing in these new novels The puns still seem forced, but the rest of the humor feelsnatural, and the novel starts to show signs of the charm that made the early books so entertaining.The ending was a bit of a let down for me, as it took what felt like the end of the story and took it a bit further about 80 pages further, in fact Skeeve has finished his training, and we finally learn why the students were so determined to learn, and why they acted so strangely in a few scenes It felt like that could have been the next book in the series instead of a tacked on ending at the end of the third act in fact, that whole part of the story felt rushed, so I wonder why the authors didn t make that the next book in the series I think it would have worked well standalone.The books in this second half of the series are definitely not as good as what Asprin did by himself, but at least here I started to see some of the hints of what made those other books so much fun I hope I see that again in the remaining books


  8. Ints Ints says:

    Sk vs joproj m nodarbojas ar ma ijas pamatu apg anu Vi s sav Khlad dimensijas krodzi un nepiev r apk rt jai pasaule nek du uzman bu, m c bu atva in jums ir m c bu atva in jums Un te p k i pie vi a ierodas vesels bars ar sapr t g m b tn m, kuras v las apg t pie vi a ma ijas praktisko pielietojumu Nauda jau ir samaks ta, un Sk vam atliek vien pie emt audz k us apm c b Tom r m c bu procesam ritot, Sk vam s k rasties aizdomas, ka te viss nav tik vienk r i k iet Studenti gatavojas Sk vs joproj m nodarbojas ar ma ijas pamatu apg anu Vi s sav Khlad dimensijas krodzi un nepiev r apk rt jai pasaule nek du uzman bu, m c bu atva in jums ir m c bu atva in jums Un te p k i pie vi a ierodas vesels bars ar sapr t g m b tn m, kuras v las apg t pie vi a ma ijas praktisko pielietojumu Nauda jau ir samaks ta, un Sk vam atliek vien pie emt audz k us apm c b Tom r m c bu procesam ritot, Sk vam s k rasties aizdomas, ka te viss nav tik vienk r i k iet Studenti gatavojas kaut kam nopietn kam par ciema maga posteni, bet kam to Sk vs sti nevar saprast.Ja pirmaj s s rijas gr mat s var ja kunkst t par nepiesl p tiem t liem un otr pl na varo u kartona plakanumu, tad j atz st, ka daudzas lietas ir uzlaboju s Nu par person m var uzskat t ne tikai Sk vu, bet ar liel ko da u no p r jiem t liem Sk va ma ijas sp jas ir pieaugu as, vi varb t nezina daudz, bet prot t s pielietot praks Vi am ir ar ko padal ties gan ar skolniekiem, gan ar las t ju B sim god gi, se padsmit gr mata s rij tom r uzliek savu z mogu Autoram pamaz m ir aptr ku s idejas par to, k s riju turpin t Joki un aspr t bas jau ir k uvu i kli ejiski, las t js jau zin s, pie kura v rda j smejas Un tas ir pa a autora nopelns, jo las t ju ar saviem jokiem vi ir izklaid jis jau piecpadsmit gr matas, un ir tikai norm li, ka p c visu to izlas anas, las t jam tie var ne ist svaigi No otras puses nav slikti, ka par kli eju s rij k st autora pa a aspr t bas.P c satura gr mata ir tipisks piedz vojums, s kum jauno burvju grupa tiek m c ta, un otr gr matas da vi i ir spiesti pielietot savas jaunieg t s zin anas praks oreiz autors pat ir pacenties izskaidrot p ris veiksm gas sakrit bas Piem ram, k d savus audz k us vi ir tren jis tie i t diem gad jumiem, ar kuriem vi iem n kas sastapties gr matas otraj da T p c, ka vi k jau katrs pedagogs ies c js un t mbilderu kursu vad t js visas idejas ir nosp ris no krist la t kla viet jais interneta analogs Beig s gan autoriem bija beigu s idejas, un no kr miem tika izstumtas milz gas klavieres, un tas samait ja manu entuziasmu par visu gr matu.Kopum stabila s rijas gr mata lieku 7 no 10 ball m Ja jau esi ziedojies s rijai, tad var las t dro i, ja ne, tad s c no pirmaj m gr mat m Cit di neb s ne jausmas, kas ir Geek


  9. Ron Arden Ron Arden says:

    If you have never read a MYTH book, you are in for a treat, but I wouldn t start with this one This story starts after MYTH, Inc has dissolved and Skeeve actually The Great Skeeve is on a sabbatical For those of you familiar with Asprin s world of insanity, this is a good one.Skeeve is off studying on Klahd and Aahz, his former partner, sees an opportunity to make a buck Six young people of various species and magical abilities want to get some practical experience in magic or magikal art If you have never read a MYTH book, you are in for a treat, but I wouldn t start with this one This story starts after MYTH, Inc has dissolved and Skeeve actually The Great Skeeve is on a sabbatical For those of you familiar with Asprin s world of insanity, this is a good one.Skeeve is off studying on Klahd and Aahz, his former partner, sees an opportunity to make a buck Six young people of various species and magical abilities want to get some practical experience in magic or magikal arts from Skeeve Skeeve agrees to take them on and it turns into whining teens meets Harry Potter that might be redundant Skeeve always has a low opinion of his abilities, but he teaches the kids quite a bit of practical thinking and magic.Once the group of graduates leaves the 6 week course, they wind up on a game show Apparently that was the reason they wanted the practical training Skeeve is at first pissed, but then rallies round I thought this bit was going to be like a version of American Idol or one of those crazy reality shows, but I was pleasantly surprised Things turn out well for most of the beings involved and I just loved it.This is a great summer read Now I have to catch up someof the MYTH books that I never read


  10. Patricia Hamill Patricia Hamill says:

    Class Dis Mythed takes us back to Skeeve, who s on a long term hiatus on his home dimension, Klahd, trying to become the awesome magician everyone thinks he is But somehow trouble always manages to find him This time, trouble comes in the form of a random group of young magician wannabes who are looking for instruction from The Great Skeeve in practical magic.This installment seems to be everything I ve always loved about the Myth series Robert Aspirin and Jodie Lynn Nye wrote it together, an Class Dis Mythed takes us back to Skeeve, who s on a long term hiatus on his home dimension, Klahd, trying to become the awesome magician everyone thinks he is But somehow trouble always manages to find him This time, trouble comes in the form of a random group of young magician wannabes who are looking for instruction from The Great Skeeve in practical magic.This installment seems to be everything I ve always loved about the Myth series Robert Aspirin and Jodie Lynn Nye wrote it together, and unlike in the last couple of books, their styles seem indistinguishable in this one The tongue in cheek humor, the bit of mystery, the randomness that feeds into a coherent conclusion, all are very well done and a lot of fun.Overall, I loved this book and got a lot of laughs from it I d strongly recommend this to folks who love fantasy and humor, particularly corny humor.I received this book as a gift from my husband because he knows I m a fan of the series and we d both thought noof these were being written


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