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Mar 10, John rated it really liked it Shelves: The first book gives the history of Atrus, the writer of the Myst Age of the first game.
The Myst Reader: Three Books in One Volume by Rand Miller
The Book Libo review: Gehn, being the overbearing man that he is, did not think most of Atrus’ ideas were good ones. It may seem like too much work with too little gained for it, but your readers will notice that there is more than meets the eye, and this is the mark of a truly imaginative and detailed book. To answer your question, the worlds described in the book are not present in the games, with the exception of the Cleft and the D’ni Cavern, and those places are not aturs Myst, but visited later in Uru.
I still enjoyed it, atrud I did not like the characters as much, which made it difficult to empathize and given the librk of the world at that time, the story was very kibro on the main characters.
Captivating from the first pages. If not, you’re not really missing out. If you know the myst game or watch video reviews of the series then all you need to know is that it captures the sense of wonder of the games, just without the puzzles. Jul 08, Joe Donley rated it really liked it Shelves: How many books fantasy or otherwise are there that focus on geologists, after all? I never actually played the Myst games.
Gehn is all about rote learning and collecting pieces from pre-existing works, whereas Atrus is more concerned with uncovering underlying principles and looking at a system as a whole. No trivia librk quizzes yet. I read this book as a kid and I barely remember the gist of the story.
I enjoyed them, but think they wouldn’t really stand up well as stories themselves for those unfamiliar with the games. Other books in the series.
I have very mixed feelings about this book. I have no doubt that this would have been well received without the phenomena of the game behind it. I would love to have been taken through how he got to that point. I got to travel to other worlds and meet new characters, and also read atdus their history.
The Book of Atrus (Myst, #1) by Rand Miller
I give this 4 out of 5 mostly because of what atruz is: After 14 years, he has come to take Atrus to the fabled city of his heritage,D’ni. Dec 26, Alexandra rated it liked it Shelves: Jan 17, Andrew rated it it was amazing.
Want to Read Currently Reading Read. After 3 days in Atrux ha ha, tyranny. The language, the alphabet even the day cycle. Uh, Atrus, you’re a smart dude. Yet in this novel you are introduced to not only infinite worlds, but the creation of new ones and the process to do so. I found The Book of Atrus to be an enjoyable adventure set in a visual world with provocative ethical dilemmas.
I believe it came bundled with the ligro computer we got once the internet was born.
Sep 08, Alma rated it really liked it Shelves: The publication of this pre-history will only further cement its seminal nature on the burgeoning multimedia industry. Myst captivated the world when it was first conceived and created by brothers Rand and Robyn Miller.
The first two met my expectations. I wish everyone could read it. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads atrrus.
The Myst Reader: Three Books in One Volume
Putting this one down for now, will probably get back to reading the others some day. That being said, the current editions more readily available to readers are the regular paperback and now the collected edition which was recently printed.
Though I would still rather have got From Myst to Riven. However, when one inspects the design you can tell it is merely paper glued over the normal hardcover pressing and it is merely there for aesthetic appeal. I remember not making further than the first cave in URU and I have dreaded reading this, because my compulsive need to finish things books mostly would have made this reading experience a long torture if this book happened to be bad.
But for a wonderful read with deep characters, interesting dialogue, and a satisfying writing style But I never played a single minute of the game.