Myth-Nomers and Im-Pervections by Robert Lynn Asprin
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
By any standard, this is VERY light fantasy/humor entertainment. It rides the wave of everything that had built up before it, including becoming a very large person of importance with a casino and huge ties to the mob in several dimensions, but focuses more on a voyage of self-discovery for Skeeve as he searches for his old partner on the world of Pervs. (Not to be mistaken with perverts. They prefer to be called Pervects.)
So, what's included? Light misadventures in a foreign world of lizards, getting into trouble with the law, and making new friends.
Very light entertainment, but not unpleasant. :)
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