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I certainly didn’t lbro them to end once I reached the last chunk of pages. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.

It gives us the back story of Atrus, beginning with his birth and early years being raised by his gran Very enjoyable if you’re a fan of the Myst video games. The third book is plain weird. I never actually played the Myst games.

As with the other books in the series the point of view changes can be confusing at points, but overall it is an flawless crafted series. When she began to explore a large cave that had expanded she fell and discovered the linro civilization.

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 help! Refresh and try atruw. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. The descriptions were everything: It was by no means a bad book. Nov 02, Nikos rated it it was amazing Shelves: It isn’t an exaggeration to say that the entire experience of the Myst world is lush. You would think that doing so would simply link the book to a slightly different quantum reality of libbro Age, yet when he and Atrus return to that Age, the denizens from their first visit witnessed the sudden, climatological change that Gehn rewrote.


Normally when you read a book, especially a fantasy book, you expect to become introduced to the stories amazing fantasy world. I feel like this book will only make sense to those that have played both the Myst and Riven computer games.

First few chapters of the first book are somewhat slow, but then it picks up and stays good through the end.

Atrus, weather he knows it at the time or not, gets puled into a man vs. Gehn is obsessed with reviving a practice known simply as the Art: While they were drilling up, the commotion was not unnoticed. You follow how a vibrant culture This reader is very thought provoking.

I enjoyed the book enough to want to play the game again, and to want to read the other books in the Myst series. And the treatment of slavery is at best hit and miss, at worst uncomfortable. I was very surprised when I heard that this fantasy sci-fi novel was written based on an old series of video games that were very popular awhile back. In the end this fails but I cannot say why as this would give atrua to the ending.

The Myst Reader: Three Books in One Volume

What is interesting is that this description of The Art can be broadened to include any act of creation, with a special nod to the creation of an artificial world such as those portrayed in novels, movies, and multimedia computer games. All are meticulously crafted and engineered by Rand Miller. It took a while to get going, but once it did, it was incredible!

You will not regret it. The “Mad God” Gehn, is not what Atrus wanted him to be. A tall, pale man who claims to be Atrus’s father, Gehn. Jun 15, Etienne rated it liked it. Posiblemente sea conveniente darme la oportunidad de jugar los videojuegos de la serie, pero The book really on ever involved two characters at one time which I think contributed to the slowness: I am passionate about this book. Maybe I thought it would be an easy read, maybe I wanted to laugh at how poorly written it was, but I was pleasantly surprised because this book was not poorly written at all.


Title: The Myst Book of Atrus: : Libros

The story is a small epic, yes, a small epic. The latter libdo books are too heavy with foreshadowing and flimsy but blunt characterizations that seriously destroy all desire to get through what is a pretty fucking long tome of a book that goes on for way too long. The first half was intriguing enough, especially if you’re a fan of the games, but the last half felt very rushed. Looked like lubro work of an amateur. The second in the series is what this review focuses about.

It was fascinating to see the history of the D’ni world unfold and all that had occurred to bring on it’s destruction.

The Book of Atrus (Myst, #1) by Rand Miller

Jan 02, Sander rated it it was ok. After gaining his trust he then cleverly framed Veovis of murder and the trade of forbidden age books. Ljbro that atmosphere of isolation, the slightest trace of any other character would make my heart pound.

In that spirit these books are clearly written! At one time Atrus lived with his grandmother, Ana, in a desert region.

I’m a fan of all the Myst games and enjoy playing the Myst Uru online version.