Myth-Chief by Robert Lynn Asprin
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
In proper Myth fashion, all the biggest problems boil down to myth-communication and bull-headed stubbornness.
Old friends become enemies in grand competition style. Whoever makes the most money, wins. The stakes: a kingdom based on tourism. The sides: an ousted Cake baking princess versus the man put in charge of kingdom finances.
Ready, set, sell!
Honestly, I enjoyed the competition. Maybe I was a bit upset at the divergence of our heroes' personalities, however. They were generally never THAT stupid. But when pride is on the line...
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