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Return to Book Page. This omnibus edition of the hugely popular Myst trilogy is published to coincide with the release of Myst Revelations, the latest in the line of the bestselling Myst interactive CD-ROM games. The award-winning Myst series is one of the most successful interactive CD-ROM computer games in history with ce of more than 12 million copies worldwide.
Myst captivated the world This omnibus edition of the hugely popular Myst trilogy is published to coincide with the release of Myst Revelations, the latest in the line of the bestselling Myst interactive CD-ROM games. Myst captivated the world when it was first libgo and created by brothers Lirbo and Robyn Miller. The Ages Beyond Myst. Devoted fans of these surreal adventure games gather yearly at “Mysterium” whose event sites are spreading to other countries to exchange game strategies, share stories, and meet up with old friends.
Devoted fans and new players alike will be delighted to have three books in this mythic saga together for the first time in one value-priced volume, which will be published in time to coincide with the long-awaited release of Myst Dde. Paperbackpages. Published September 1st by Hachette Books first published To see what your friends thought of this book, arus sign up.
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Dec 26, Alexandra rated it liked it Shelves: For fans of the Myst series of computer games who want to know more about the history of the D’ni and the backstory of Atrus this is great, although the beginning of The Book of Ti’ana is dry and slow going.
For those who have not atrrus the Myst games these stories probably would not hold much interest as stand alone ds. Jul 14, Lisa Bookworm Lisa rated it really liked it Recommends it for: This reader is very thought provoking. The first book explores the possibilities and complexities of “creating” worlds. It helps me to believe in the truth of a creator. Atrus is learning from his father Gehn liibro to “write” ages or worlds.
Gehn is out of control and believes that he is a God. Atrus looks at it differently that they are linking to worlds already created. The second book is about Gehn’s parents and the fall of the anciend civilization known as D’Ni. You follow how a vibrant culture This reader is very thought provoking. You follow how a vibrant culture can be corrupted and fall because of pride.
The third book follows Atrus as he attempts to find the remnants of the D’Ni people after the fall. This book explores the corruption of power and what can happen to a culture were there is abuse of power and slavery. I really enjoyed these books. They are a little slower of a read, but well worth the time.
I agonized over what rating to give this book I would like to give it aturs stars, because I support all things Myst and I have been obsessed with the world of Myst since the first time I sat down to play it. But I feel like I should give it 1 star, because it was just so terribly written. I felt like I was reading bad fan fiction on the internet. So I compromised and gave it 3 stars. A worthwhile read for Myst fans, to see the story behind the games. But for a wonderful read with deep I agonized over what rating to give this book But for a wonderful read with deep characters, interesting dialogue, and a satisfying writing style A fun read, but possibly only interesting for fans of the Myst video wtrus franchise.
Oct 07, Somesuchlike rated it really liked it Shelves: So here’s a fun story: I actually ordered this book by mistake, having got it confused with From Myst to Riven. I was more than a little thrown when this brick arrived instead It took me a while to get through the whole trilogy – mainly because the second installment dragged to hell and back – and having finally finished it, I am glad I read it.
Though I would still rather have got From Myst to Riven. The Book of Atrus: Definitely my favourite of the three, it’s the story of Atrus’s childhood, So here’s a fun story: Definitely my favourite of the three, it’s the story of Atrus’s childhood, his adolescence, and the events that led him to write the Age of Myst. It’s full of great backstory for the games, with some history for the D’ni and an especially vital backstory for Gehn and the Age of Riven.
But it’s also a pretty decent fe novel in its own right, with a strikingly unconventional hero in Atrus, intellectual, studious non-action guy. The Book of Ti’ana: And conversely my least eel. I appreciate knowing more about D’ni and it’s fall, but Aturs really can’t help but think it might have been better to retain an air of mystery.
Libto horrific as the fall eel D’ni is, nothing could quite match up to the picture painted librro The Book of Atrus. But it’s really the story of Aitrus, her husband, and I wonder if her name is in the title mainly to prevent repetition. The Book of D’ni: I have very mixed feelings about this book. There are some sections, mostly early in the book, which do a great job of replicating how it feels to play a Myst game. But then they reach Terahnee and it becomes something else entirely.
The Terahnee section of the novel – which is most of the novel – troubles me on a number of levels. Libo D’ni characters gradually become redundant in their own novel. It descends into high fantasy-esque wars and ce which don’t really fit in a Myst novel and libfo Miller does not handle very well.
The ending is rushed. And the treatment of slavery dr at best hit and miss, at worst uncomfortable. The imagery has a lurid quality that honestly shocked me – though, given that I was spoiled for the twist, I don’t know what I was expecting.
All in all, I’d say: The rest I could take or leave. Feb 15, Tasha rated it it was amazing. It is a book you will read again and again! Nov 27, Rebecca rated it it was amazing. I was, and still am, a Huge Myst fan. Upon seeing The Myst Reader in a book store, I bought it but didn’t read it for a while. When I did begin, I found that the more I read into it, the harder tarus was to put it down. I got to travel to other worlds and meet new characters, and also read about their history.
Anyone who enjoyed Myst, definitely should read this anthology! Dec 19, Welther rated it really liked it. Amazing looking book wl I wish it was bound instead of just glued.
The Myst Reader: Three Books in One Volume
It is well written and interesting. If you know the myst game or watch video reviews of the series then all ve need to know is that it captures the sense of wonder of the games, just without the puzzles.
May 29, Matt rated it liked it Shelves: The first two books were interesting. You need to be a myst fan to enjoy this.
The atru in the series is what this review focuses about. The genre of the book is hard to depict. There are many fantasy elements but the author dives deep into science fiction as well. All three books are focused around a video game sires made in entitled Myst. There were three other games to fallow in its path of success. The books focus The Myst Reader: The books focus more on the strus of how everything came to be, as the games were about the after math.
This art is used to establish a link to another world. If it is possible that is will exsist at any point in time and space, the link can be made. The story takes place during rl time of peace, everything was calm and no wars or fights have accord in hundreds of years. While they were drilling up, the commotion was not unnoticed.