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by Edward Packard

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Author: Edward Packard
ISBN: 0553139940
ISBN13: 978-0553139945
Language: English
Publisher: Bantam Books (1980)
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You choose your own adventure

You choose your own adventure. I didn't like Westerns or gunfights but I did like the Choose Your Own Adventure concept, so I picked this one up and tried to read options that let me avoid fighting the mean outlaw whose face threatened me from the cover. The most memorable line for me was the "panning for gold" option.

Choose your own adventure. You're the star of the story! Choose from 37 possible endings. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number.

The first such book that Edward Packard wrote in the Choose Your Own Adventure series was titled Edward Packard attended and graduated from both Princeton University and Columbia Law School.

By following the instructions at the bottom of each page, the reader. The first such book that Edward Packard wrote in the Choose Your Own Adventure series was titled Edward Packard attended and graduated from both Princeton University and Columbia Law School. He was one of the first authors to explore the idea of gamebooks, in which the reader is inserted as the main character and makes choices about the direction the story will go at designated places in the text.

Book 8 - Deadwood City by Edward Packard illustrated by Paul Granger read by Jason. because wheee! Jeromy gets RRRRREEEAL salty by the end of this book, so stick around to laugh at his pain.

Deadwood City from Edward Packard is the obligatory foray of the CYOA series into this mythic genre, and the results are decidedly . Very quickly the reader grasps the main problem with Deadwood City: there’s no real plot.

Deadwood City from Edward Packard is the obligatory foray of the CYOA series into this mythic genre, and the results are decidedly mixed. Let’s get on with an analysis of the finer points of the book, and why there may be more here than meets the eye. Deadwood City by Edward Packard. The biggest event that happens, and the one that several choices either lead to or mention, is the arrival in town of vicious outlaw and bank robber Kurt Malloy. There is a choice (p. 22-23) where you face Malloy in a classic High Noon-style showdown, but very little comes of it.

Packard explains in the foreword to the book that he developed what he originally called "the adventures of. .The Adventures of You on Sugarcane Island was the exact prototype for books in Bantam’s classic Choose Your Own Adventure series.

Packard explains in the foreword to the book that he developed what he originally called "the adventures of you" fiction format while trying to think up interesting bedtime stories for his three children (Caroline, Andrea, and Wells). In Sugarcane Island, the shipwrecked reader travels around the titular island avoiding dangers at every turn. In 1969, and 1970, the William Morris Agency submitted the book on Packard's behalf to several major publishers, all of whom rejected it.

Choose your own adventure 8. Deadwood City. WARNING!!!! These pages contain many different adventures you can have in the Old West. From time to time as you read along, you will be asked to make a choice. Your choice may lead to success or disaster!

Choose your own adventure 8. Your choice may lead to success or disaster! The adventures you take are a result of your choice. You are responsible because you choose! After you make your choice follow the instructions to see what happens to you next. Think carefully before you make a move! One mistake can be your last. or it may lead you to fame and fortune!

Adventure and excitement in this tale of the Wild West depend upon the reader's choice, at each ingeniously placed turning point, of which page to read next.

By following the instructions at the bottom of each page, the reader can have several different adventures in the Old West. Adventure and excitement in this tale of the Wild West depend upon the reader's choice, at each ingeniously placed turning point, of which page to read next.

Edward Packard (born 1931) is an American author, in addition to his work as a lawyer, essayist .

By following the instructions at the bottom of each page, the reader can have several different adventures in the Old West.
Comments to eBook Deadwood City (Choose Your Own Adventure, No. 8)
Talvinl
Awesome :)
Shaktiktilar
I didn't like Westerns or gunfights but I did like the Choose Your Own Adventure concept, so I picked this one up and tried to read options that let me avoid fighting the mean outlaw whose face threatened me from the cover. The most memorable line for me was the "panning for gold" option.
Rit
I can say cool part of a series. This one has you in the Old West and things are pretty hairy here. Choose which path to lead to a good life or one to your doom.
Zut
Want to pan for gold? Protect the town's folk? Help the ranchers and the sheep herders get along? You can try to do all that and more. I love history and Westerns, so this book is a gold mine of fun for me. Also loved the artwork as a kid. I remember spending more time with this one than most of the other books. With 37 endings you can have a longer story than most but a lot of the endings do end up in death or vague, so-so endings.
Still, if you like Westerns and Choose your Own Adventure books I would suggest this one or By Balloon to the Sahara (Choose Your Own Adventure #3).
Balladolbine
I bought this for a little friend, I retired from the St. Louis Public Library and always recommend this book when a child does not like to read. They always love books like this because they are in the story and you don't read it from cover to cover. You choose your own adventure. I showed it to my girlfriend and she's buying a copy for her grandson because she loved it.
Kanrad
The book was in better condition than I was expecting it to be in.
Ahieones
Loved this book and this series growing up as a kid. Read it constantly. Loved it loved it loved it. What ever happened to it????
This is a relatively easy read and isn't as dark or sophisticated as 'Your Code Name is Jonah' or 'Space and Beyond'. Since the hero is a kid, it's hard to get killed unless you try to make the Indians angry. There are a number of quick happy endings. Some of the other endings are ho-hum. Malloy, the sharp teethed bandit, isn't all that hard to beat unless you try to do gun battle with him, and even then he doesn't kill you (you're just a kid, remember?). The book is not all that bad, but adults would want to find nostalgia with the other books and leave this one for the little kiddies.
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