Myth-ing Persons by Robert Lynn Asprin
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Although I'm beginning to slightly feel less enthusiastic about the series by this point, mostly because our duo have got a really good deal going on and I can't call them the underdogs, anymore, it does go in a new direction that bypasses a bit of that.
I mean, new dimensions and all.
Less interesting is the whole vampires and werewolves, but that is more of a problem for ME than them. They're kinda corny, but what else can we expect with a comedy?
Other than that, I'm getting kinda annoyed that my favorite Prevect keeps getting lost, set up, enjoys vacation, or whatever. He's the guy I liked most from the start of the series.
Still, the wrap up in this book was very funny, so complaints can be put on hold. :)
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