|Myst: The Book of Ti'Ana (1996) [Novel]|
by Rand Miller David Wingrove
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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 you know the history of Catherine and Atrus. Now, take a step further into the fictional legend of Myst.
These pages are your link to the story of Ti'ana – known among humans as Anna – the first women from the outside world to enter the domain of the D'Ni. She wandered into a place she never should have seen, and her intelligence and wisdom surprised some. And terrified 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.
Myst: The Book of Ti'Ana is a tale of friend versus friend; of virtue against evil; of trust and betrayal. It is a story that many do not want told. For you will watch as the unimaginable comes to pass, and only one is left to carry on the legacy.
Original title: Myst: The Book of Ti'Ana
Genre: Fiction→ Fantasy→ Alternate and Parallel Worlds