I just recently finished reading Myst: The Book of Atrus, a prequel to that oh so popular series of adventure puzzle games starting with Myst. The Book of Atrus chronicles the life of a young boy who grows into a man powerful enough to create wonderous things. He has a spirit of inquiry, honesty and kindness taught to him by his grandmother who raises him and these and all of his values are challenged through the lifespan on the book.
I have sincerely enjoyed the book, which I finished reading in two days, and I am thankful to my friend Chase who suggested I read it. I would recommend it to those who’ve enjoyed the Myst games, who enjoy light reading and those who think they might enjoy either.