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The Book of Ti'Ana (Myst, Book 2) af Rand…
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The Book of Ti'Ana (Myst, Book 2) (original 1996; udgave 1996)

af Rand Miller

Serier: Myst: Chronological Order (prequel), Myst: Publication Order (2), Myst (Band 2)

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Link To A World Of Wonder And Intrigue The ages of Myst are worlds of adventure and awe; of mystery and beauty; of intrigue and betrayal. You have seen a glimpse of the picture, and know the history of Catherine and Atrus. Now, take a step further into the legend of Myst. This AudioBook is your link to the story of Ti'ana -- known among humans as Anna -- the first woman from the outside world to enter the domain of the D'ni. She wanders into a place she never should have seen, and her intelligence and wisdom surprise some, and terrify others. When one young lord befriends her, then marries her, all layers of D'ni society are shaken -- but no one realizes just how deeply. The Book of Ti'ana is a tale of friend versus friend; of virtue against evil; and of trust and betrayal. It is a story that many do not want told. For you will hear the unimaginable come to pass, and only one is left to carry on the legacy. Myst: The Book of Atrus, by Robyn and Rand Miller, is also available from Random House AudioBooks. Read by John Beach. Eric Conger, Earl Hammond, Janice Hoffmann, Timothy Jerome. John Littlefield, and Chris Phillips. Myst: The Book of Ti'ana is available in hardcover from Hyperion.… (mere)
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Titel:The Book of Ti'Ana (Myst, Book 2)
Forfattere:Rand Miller
Info:Hyperion (1996), Mass Market Paperback, 592 pages
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Myst: The Book of Ti'ana af Rand Miller (1996)

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Though technically the second book of the series, The Book of Ti'ana is a prequel to The Book of Atrus.

I originally read Book of Ti'ana shortly after I finished the Book of Atrus. Again, this was back in the heyday of the Myst PC games in the 1990s. Rereading Book of Ti'ana now, some 20+ years later, my opinion of it has not drastically changed. Plotwise, the story follows the character Anna (Ti'ana) a human who stumbles upon the underground civilization of D'ni. Her actions set in motion a series of events that challenges several prominent D'ni members, tears apart friendships, and threatens to upend the D'ni culture itself.

Stylistically, the writing is the same as the previous book. There's a lot of descriptions of the scenery and the characterization is somewhat uninspired. I wouldn't call the plot or characters amazing, but the writing is clearly aimed at a young adult/middle schooler audience.

That being said, I will say that the story is more epic and better paced than the Book of Atrus. In spite of being longer, I found myself reading through it much quicker. Many have said that this book is the best of the series. We'll see if I agree after I finish the next book, The Book of D'ni. ( )
  Hiromatsuo | Jun 6, 2020 |
Was good enough I would like to read the other two. ( )
  pking36330 | Feb 6, 2014 |
I was kind of surprised at how much I enjoyed this book. I had been meaning to read it ever since I read the book of Atrius a year or so ago, but only got around to it after watching Dilandau3000's lets plays (highly recommended)to refresh my memory on the first 4 games before finally getting to the fifth.

It would have been nice if this book had been a bit more journal like and less novel like, but such is life I suppose. I guess we all have our alternative realities which we pine after, and in many ways that is what the D'ni are for me. They certainly were not perfect, but that doesn't mean they can't be inspiring. ( )
  swampygirl | Dec 9, 2013 |
this is a book I wouldn't have read without having tried to play the game. I'm not a fan. ( )
  DinadansFriend | Sep 6, 2013 |
Marvelously well written.

Reading it after _The Book of Atrus_, as intended, does infuse a terrible fatalism into the story. Knowing the future is being a slave to it... ( )
  GustavoG | Jan 5, 2013 |
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Link To A World Of Wonder And Intrigue The ages of Myst are worlds of adventure and awe; of mystery and beauty; of intrigue and betrayal. You have seen a glimpse of the picture, and know the history of Catherine and Atrus. Now, take a step further into the legend of Myst. This AudioBook is your link to the story of Ti'ana -- known among humans as Anna -- the first woman from the outside world to enter the domain of the D'ni. She wanders into a place she never should have seen, and her intelligence and wisdom surprise some, and terrify others. When one young lord befriends her, then marries her, all layers of D'ni society are shaken -- but no one realizes just how deeply. The Book of Ti'ana is a tale of friend versus friend; of virtue against evil; and of trust and betrayal. It is a story that many do not want told. For you will hear the unimaginable come to pass, and only one is left to carry on the legacy. Myst: The Book of Atrus, by Robyn and Rand Miller, is also available from Random House AudioBooks. Read by John Beach. Eric Conger, Earl Hammond, Janice Hoffmann, Timothy Jerome. John Littlefield, and Chris Phillips. Myst: The Book of Ti'ana is available in hardcover from Hyperion.

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