Twenty years have passed since the first players set foot on Myst Island. Spanning six games and three novels, the series has had an incredible run, yet remains somehow ahead of its time.
In this collection of essays, longtime fan John Allie provides his personal thoughts and criticisms of the series, exploring the good and the bad, the sublime and the bizarre. It's a journey that's familiar yet new, part nostalgic ramble, part retrospective. You'll never see the series the same way again.