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Choose your own adventure - November 23rd 2009, 10:11 PM

Always been intrested in getting a "choose your own adventure book" now i dont read, but i got a 10 hour flight to america by myself and am wondering whether this would be a good time to start, Problem with the choose your own adventure books is that they seem "childish" i love fantasy's so i have no idea,

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Re: Choose your own adventure - November 24th 2009, 12:43 AM

Maybe I just got unlucky, but the few I have read, involved lots of scoring and things... Was quite a lot of trouble to go too, but then I was a bit younger... No harm in giving it a go though! Have a normal book for backup though

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Re: Choose your own adventure - December 2nd 2009, 11:21 PM

When I was about ten I loved the different series because it changed and I would cheat and peak ahead.
I don't think they are childish. I think reading them on an airplane is perfect because chances are, you won't ever see those people again.
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Re: Choose your own adventure - December 2nd 2009, 11:38 PM

I really love the different Choose Your Own Adventure Books. I started reading them when I was about 10 and I still like reading them from time to time. They are especially a great idea for plane rides, because if you happen to finish the book with the adventure you chose and you still have time left, you can start again and choose a different adventure. Maybe some of them seem "childish" but if you go to the book store and read the Bios and skim through the books, I bet you can find a really good one that you will love.
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