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Old 20-07-2011, 06:21 PM   #1
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Old 22-07-2011, 11:37 PM   #2
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I have the 3 first books in spanish! Guau! I never thought that going into Abandonia I will read about these book.

They were a little hard for me, my best "chose your own adventure" book-games were another books, like the series "Tenopia Island" from Edward Packard and Richard Brightfield from 1986.

I have four of the series, I dont remember If they are more books about "Scape" series.

But my best one alone book, was the "Monsters from the Marsh" from David Tant and Duncan Smith. Great book, seriously.

I remember The Way of the Tiger, chosing your weapons before starting the adventure, how many shurikens do you will bring, how many special manouvers do you know, skills about weapons, venoms, etc...it was not straight forward at all, and the best were the combats and multiple dangerous places, but for me was not as good as my favorites.

Maybe I wasnt so amazed because I had read a few of this kind before, and the Tiger books were a little more hard or I didnt get very adiccted for the serie, I read the first book, and I remember all time diying maybe in ship at sea? I remember some fights againts a bad guy and I always died, so I get frustrated.

I read the second book but the same thing, too hard, and the third book I thought that I even started it...maybe I was too young to understand to change my skills, my caution, etc. But now I think they have potential. A very good "Chose your own adventure" books.

Best Smiley truly for these books...
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