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by Rand Miller

Book of d'Ni (Myst) download ebook
ISBN:
0733801862
ISBN13:
978-0733801860
Author:
Rand Miller
Publisher:
Bantam (December 31, 1998)
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1552 kb
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Fantasy
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4.6

The Myst Reader is a collection of three novels based on the Myst series of adventure games

The Myst Reader is a collection of three novels based on the Myst series of adventure games. The collection was published in September 2004 and combines three works previously published separately: The Book of Atrus (1995), The Book of Ti'ana (1996), and The Book of D'ni (1997). The novels were each written by British science-fiction writer David Wingrove with assistance from Myst's creators, Rand and Robyn Miller.

Myst: The Book of D'ni Hardcover – November 6, 1997. I enjoyed the books, finding the ideas in them about writing other worlds into existence fun, or scary depending on the skill of the writer as indicated by the results. by. Rand Miller (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. Rand Miller (Author), David Wingrove (Author).

The Book of Atrus begins with life and death. Atrus is born as his mother dies A nice history of the land of D'Ni for those who have enjoyed the game Myst. Atrus is born as his mother dies. His father, Ghen, leaves Atrus to be raised by his grandmother, Anna in a cleft in the desert. Raised on stories of the D'ni civilization, and the supplies they trade for with Anna's handiwork, Atrus early on displays his healthy sense of curiosity, nurtured by Anna, who trains him to study his surroundings, to understand the whole by it's parts. A nice history of the land of D'Ni for those who have enjoyed the game Myst.

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Not what you were looking for? See - Myst (Disambiguation). Myst was a book series written based on the world of D'ni from the Myst games. It was written by Rand Miller and David Wingrove, with Robyn Miller helping to write the first book. Takes place immediately before the events in Myst. Tells the story of how Atrus was first introduced to D'ni by Gehn. Takes place slightly before the events in Book of Atrus. Tells the story of how D'ni was destroyed.

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Rand Miller, David Wingrove. ISBN: 078688942X; Издательство: Hyperion. Excitement for the MYST series continues with the release of the new CD-ROM Riven, the long awaited sequel to MYST. In this third novel by the creators of the CD-ROM phenomenon, Catherine and Atrus return to the devastated domain of the D'Ni civilization to fulfill their destinies.

The Myst Reader is a literary companion to the CD-ROM games and a compendium of the bestselling official Myst trilogy: The Book of Atrus, The Book of Ti’ana, and The Book of D’ni. Devoted fans and new players alike will be delighted to have three books in this mythic saga together for the first time in one value-priced volume, which will be published in time to coincide with the long-awaited release of Myst Revelations. About the AuthorRobyn Miller, best known for his work on Myst, currently lives in Spokane, Washington.

by Rand Miller & David Wingrove. Gehn's bootprints lay heavy around the tiny pool, the lush, well-tended green churned to mud. At one end of the garden, beneath a narrow outcrop, he had dug a shallow grave

by Rand Miller & David Wingrove. At one end of the garden, beneath a narrow outcrop, he had dug a shallow grave. Now, as the dawn's light slowly crept over the sands to touch the cleftwall twenty feet above, he covered over the young girl's body, his pale cream desert clothes smeared with her blood and with the dark earth of the cleft. From the steps above Anna watched, exhausted after the long night

Reviews:
  • Weiehan
Before I got down to reading this book not too long ago, it had been just sitting in my bookshelf. I've owned all three Myst novels for however long they've been out and while I read the other two years ago, I never touched this one. I think the description on the back cover threw me off. Maybe it just didn't sound interesting to me. I don't know. What I do know is that I really shouldn't have passed it off all this time because as I discovered when I finally did read it, there was an adventure lying in wait that I had been missing out on the whole time.

Yes, I guess you could say the plot starts off slow (or is non-existent in the beginning). The same could be said in The Book of Ti'ana (my personal favorite of the three). But quite honestly, I never felt it. I have a great love for everything Myst, and so from the first page, I was in it for the duration, regardless of how dull it was. It really does get good, though. They return to D'ni and begin exploring the Ages within recovered books. This in itself is quite the adventure, since the possibilities are endless. And then, once they discover Terahnee.... well, let me just say it only gets better from there.

This novel is an adventure, and I'd highly encourage anyone interested in reading this book to do so.
  • Cetnan
Love this book, if you like the game Myst, you will love this book.
  • Urtte
Again the Miller brothers put their world-creation skills to work, and the result is quite satisfactory. Not, this time, the world of the D'ni, or even the reborn D'ni that Atrus is leading, but of their near relatives and their beautiful world. The descriptions are evocative and beautiful, painting an idyllic world that--of course--is too good to be true. The character interactions leave something to be desired, and most of it's story has been invalidated by the games already, but the book is still an engaging read.
  • Heraly
This compleats my collection . I love it.
  • Jare
A bit of a departure from the other two books, and focuses more on a moral issue than the worlds the D'ni can access. Entertaining, but not as imaginative or unique as the others in the series.
  • Risinal
I'm a recent Myst fan. The three books add great background to the games.
  • Wel
The book is hardcover, which i did not realize, but that may have been an error on my part. I read the first book and was very intrested to read this one.
I started to enjoy this book series when I played the PC game.