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Check our feedback! Ships next day in padded envelope with barcoded address, delivery confirmation, and tracking number. Used book in very good condition. Some cover wear, may contain a few marks. Ex-library with the usual stamps. January Soft Cover Edition. Ace, Excellent customer service. Prompt Customer Service. Used book in good condition.
Has wear to the cover and pages. Contains some markings such as highlighting and writing. Donning, Soft cover. As New.
Foglio, Phil. Nice and clean, unread. Very attractive and collectible! Seller: That's a Wrap! Later Printing. Trade Paperback. Later [2nd] printing of the first edition. Fine copy. Slightly bumped back top free page end corner. Still very attractive and collectible! Trade paperback original.
Interior illustrations by Phil Foglio. Fine unread copy. First printing in near fine condition. Mild dust spotting to the edges of the upper page block. Illustrated by Phil Foglio. May have remainder mark or shelf wear.
Donning Company Publishers, Norfolk, Va: Donning Co. Publishers, Near Fine. First Edition. A real nice clean unmarked first edition softcover with "1" present in number sequence.
Skeeve is living large as the president and founder of M. Now Skeeve finds himself in the missing Pervect's home dimension, the worst neighborhood in the galaxy.. Thorndike Press. Used - Good. Offutt and David Drake , published novels about their characters. In , Lynn Abbey resurrected the series with the novel Sanctuary. Originally illustrated by Frank Kelly Freas , and later by Phil Foglio , the highly pun -driven books follow a "demon" magician who has lost his powers and his inexperienced human apprentice as they travel through a variety of worlds in pursuit of finding their place in life, though under the guise of seeking wealth and glory.
Some of the early "Myth" novels were later adapted as comic books by Foglio and others. The Myth books have passed through three publishing companies over the years: Donning Starblaze , Meisha Merlin and, as of , Wildside Press. In the s, Asprin's "Phule" novels followed the humorous science-fiction exploits of a rag-tag company of the "Space Legion" and its wealthy and iconoclastic leader, Willard Phule. Due to a series of personal and financial problems, Asprin stopped writing in the s.
Unfortunately this came right at the time of an almost seven-year writing drought. He eventually negotiated an agreement with the IRS,  that encouraged him to return to writing, and, in the late s and early s, he wrote several novels in collaboration with authors Peter Heck , Jody Lynn Nye , and Linda Evans.
These novels included continuations of the "Myth" series and the "Phule" series as well as works in new series. Although the novel's fantasy elements voodoo and black magic, tarot readings and precognition, ghosts and mysticism are secondary to the brutal murder that is the focus of the plot, it is set in the same milieu as Asprin's Griffen McCandles novels Dragons series , Dragons Luck and Dragons Wild.
Maestro, the mysterious pool shark and fencing master in NO Quarter , is a highly fictionalized but recognizable self-portrait of the author. Dragons Deal was published by Ace in December Asprin died on May 22, of a heart attack at his home in New Orleans. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Robert Lynn Asprin. Main article: MythAdventures. Main article: Phule's Company series. Main article: Thieves' World. Recursive Science Fiction.
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