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Myst: The Book of D'ni af Rand Miller
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Myst: The Book of D'ni (original 1997; udgave 1997)

af Rand Miller (Forfatter)

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A must for Myst fans - the third novel from the creators of the CD-ROM Myst and the new CD-ROM - Riven. It has been nearly seventy years since the devastation of D'Ni by Veovis.  In Myst: The Book of D'Ni, Atrus and Catherine return to D'Ni to begin the rebuilding of the once again beautiful city and the search for survivors trapped in the Ages to which they escaped.  Their rebuilding and resulting discoveries tell them much about themselves, their future, and most surprising, about their secret past. This stunning and mystifying AudioBook is the perfect companion on that next long drive, plane ride, or walk.  Let Myst: The Book of D'Ni take you on an adventure.… (mere)
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Titel:Myst: The Book of D'ni
Forfattere:Rand Miller (Forfatter)
Info:Hyperion (1997), Edition: 1st, 304 pages
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The conclusion of the Myst trilogy, and sadly the weakest of the three. Whereas the previous two books were heavily focused on the interpersonal relationships and actions of the main characters, Book of D'ni attempts to tackle some of the larger ethical issues related to slavery and civilization-building. While this isn't necessarily a bad thing, the story fails to adequately address them and thus lacks sufficient gravity to make it impactful.

The biggest issue with this book is the pacing. As other reviews have pointed out, the plot takes a while to get going and it really doesn't get moving until more than half way into the book. Another problem is that the writing style is loaded with descriptions to try and provide the reader with a mental image of the environments. Since these books are based on adventure-puzzle PC games with pre-rendered graphics, it follows that the books would try to paint a picture of otherworldly places. The problem is that the middle of the book boils down to descriptions of "amazing this, incredible that, wonderful the other," and so on. As a result, it gets a little old and I actually found myself skim-reading through some sections and wondering when the plot was going to get moving again.

Overall, the Book of D'ni is far less character-driven than the previous two novels. It suffers from poor pacing and tiresome use of description. ( )
  Hiromatsuo | Jun 19, 2020 |
A frightening moral tale, well written, fun to read, slightly heartbreaking in how very possible it all seems. ( )
  Snukes | Jun 14, 2013 |
Not bad. But nowhere near what I was expecting after reading the first two books.

Whereas the first in the series was a coming of age story, and the second a romantic tragedy, this third volume attempted to tackle the long, slow grind of building a society and a slave revolt in the same book. The seeds of greatness were there, but everything was so compressed that the story summarized far too much. This is a devastating fault in any book, but for one whose theme is the descriptive power of words, of building entire Ages with them, it is difficult to overlook.

I would buy further books in this series if they were published, such as the long delayed Book of Marrim, but I would hope that the intervening years would have encouraged the authors to either scale back their material or scale up the page count. ( )
  shabacus | Jul 12, 2012 |
I liked the first two books much better. This one just leaves me wanting another on even more ancient history. ( )
  dpevers | Mar 13, 2009 |
I can't wait to read these again; I owned all three books and loved them all, but they were destroyed in a basement flood. Now I've found them again and look forward to rediscovering them each. ( )
  yrthegood1staken | Oct 3, 2008 |
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A must for Myst fans - the third novel from the creators of the CD-ROM Myst and the new CD-ROM - Riven. It has been nearly seventy years since the devastation of D'Ni by Veovis.  In Myst: The Book of D'Ni, Atrus and Catherine return to D'Ni to begin the rebuilding of the once again beautiful city and the search for survivors trapped in the Ages to which they escaped.  Their rebuilding and resulting discoveries tell them much about themselves, their future, and most surprising, about their secret past. This stunning and mystifying AudioBook is the perfect companion on that next long drive, plane ride, or walk.  Let Myst: The Book of D'Ni take you on an adventure.

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