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I appreciate knowing more about D’ni and it’s fall, but I really can’t help but think it might have been better to retain an air of mystery. The Book of Atrus is a hugely entertaining read, quick and easy and teases the imagination with what life holds if you just step out the door for a little adventure.
The Myst Reader: Three Books in One Volume
Aug 02, Lindsey rated it it was amazing Shelves: I consider it to be a sci-fi fantasy classic on par with tolkien. Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. Book of Atrus fully fleshes it out, leaving one with a sense of coming full circle with the father and son characterizations. However, one thing would change Atrus’ life forever when he got to Riven, he met Catherine there.
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With the sword of an editor, I would slash and delete most of the rumblings of the second book and rearrange the narrative completely so what happens for much of the second book doesn’t feel like a foregone conclusion from the get go. If you’ve ever played any of The Myst Reader consists of three books: Most fantasy writers in our own world create one, two, maybe three worlds at most in any given story.
The authors were the creators of Myst, and they did a wonderful job fleshing out the storyline through the numerous books and games.
The game looked cool so I grabbed this book from the free box. It was by no means a llibro book. If you liked the games, you’ll love the books.
Atrus and his father are two of the last few D’Ni people. The book is essentially about Atrus–about what it means to grow up, to be a man, and to be a responsible and good person. Together they tease a garden from the reluctant earth, ration their precious water, and scavenge the surrounding area for anything they might sell to traders in exchange for salt Anna is the only person young Atrus has ever known.
The third book is plain weird. One character in particular is a tragic figure who can see his destiny right in front of him, yet he cannot reach it and he lashes out, creating chaos that has implications for countless worlds.
The Myst Reader: Three Books in One Volume by Rand Miller
One thing that drove me insane whilst reading them was the author’s tendency to write sentences backwards. From people who have played it, I know that MYST is more than a game, it is an experience—an immersion into another world, where things are strange and wonderful. Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon. I atruus the concept of “writing” an Age a world into existence, and the authors do a credible job of describing both the intricacies and the pitfalls of the process.
I don’t’ think that people who atrue not familiar with Myst an I enjoyed reading The Book of Atrus and am moving right along to the Book of Ti’ana. Thanks for telling us about the problem. There are some sections, mostly ed in the book, which do a great job of replicating how it feels to play a Myst game.
I don’t feel I am spoiling very much of the book because it is riveting in itself. Aug 10, Mom rated it it was amazing. Atrus grows up with his grandmother, but when his father comes for him one day, he realizes what he can do with the power of words sl observations. The game of Myst has been so popular in the past, it was at one point the best selling video game ever made. I had beaten the game “Myst” and the game was pretty well written. Get to Know Us.
The book’s characters don’t play a role in the video game, but atus world depicted in both book and game are both the same and beautiful.
Looked like the work of an amateur. His father, Gehn, abandoned Atrus immediately after, leaving him to his grandmother to raise or bury. I got to travel to other worlds and meet new characters, and also read about their history. This is all well and good, but there are so many holes and questions, thus the novelization seeks to explain them.
It’s an interesting story in that regard because it tells about Atrus’ childhood and goes into why the age of Riven is in dire need of our xtrus
When we discover that these women are actually pioneers and engineers to at least the same extent as the men are, I pretty much clapped with glee. 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.
The first half was intriguing enough, especially if you’re a fan of the games, but the last half felt very rushed. The concept is definitely intriguing, and the main character, Artus, is a very likable protagonist. I felt like I was reading bad fan fiction on the internet. This book spans 3 generations and involves millions of people, but only 4 woman have any sort of mention. Lastly, the reveal near the end of the plot was a shock. The story was very well displayed and laid out in a neat fashion.
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. And what responsibility does the writer owe to those who inhabit these worlds? It took a while to get going, but once it did, it was incredible!