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Mythology 101 Mass Market Paperback – January 1, 1990
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- ASIN : B000ZFRTTU
- Publisher : Warner Books / Questar 1990; 3rd Printing edition (January 1, 1990)
- ISBN-10 : 0445210214
- ISBN-13 : 978-0445210219
- Item Weight : 4.8 ounces
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HIGHLY RECOMMEND!!! :) :D
This is not a retelling of a familiar tale, but is rather a fresh look at an area of mythology common to many different European cultures, and trying to place these characters in the present, and imagine life from their perspective.
If it were summer, this would be listed among the good beach-reads.
A fast paced story. Follow Keith's adventures as he realizes that the debate he has won is going to endanger his new friends: and his endeavors to reverse the decision and help them to escape.
This story will appeal to all lovers of fantasy novels, and is suitable for everyone from teenagers to oldsters like me.
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As he is about to find out though, perhaps we are not as alone on this planet as we think we are when he stumbles across the Little Folk, with their pointy ears and ability to carry out magic. Living deep in the basement of the campus library this is a building that Keith and others are campaigning to have torn down and a new one put in its place.
As our student starts to find out he has a lot of decisions to make, and if he wants to be real friends with the mythical people he will have to prove himself. With action and mayhem so Keith has to work out how to try to save the library, and if not come up with another home for the Little Folk. Coming up with a business plan though means that not only has he have to show this people how to live in the modern world but has a corrupt union boss and the IRS on his tail, as well as journalists.
There are a few typos here and at times the ‘Elf Master’ seems to have problems with keeping his accent strictly the same but otherwise this makes for a fun and entertaining read that should go down well with a large number of people, from younger to old.
Well first you have to find them. And then you have to get and keep their trust.
This story is great fun and there are several sequels. I loved it, and I spent far too much time reading it instead of what I should have been doing. I still think it was time well spent.