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Stealer of Souls (Fighting Fantasy #34)

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Sheer terror awaits you on the Isle of Despair!

The name Mordraneth strikes fear into the hearts of all who dwell in Titan.

Now he has found a way to unleash a magical army of fear upon the land. The wizard Alsander has been kidnapped and you must rescue him from the Isle of Despair. But will you also enter the Empire of Illusion, confront Mordraneth and save Titan?

Two dice,
Paperback, 224 pages
Published July 28th 1988 by Puffin Books
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David Sarkies
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Rescue the Good Guy, and Kill the Bad Guy
3 February 2013

Finally a good old mappable dungeon crawl, though I must say that it does not come anywhere near the original Fighting Fantasy books. This was because I had pretty much collected everything that I needed before actually entering the dungeon, and when I was in the dungeon I simply made a number of random choices as to which way to go, and was able to finish the book without having to pretend that I had something that I didn't. I do like the
Tazio Bettin
Jan 29, 2016 Tazio Bettin rated it it was ok
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Stealer of Souls is not bad. Unfortunately, it's not exactly memorable either. Unfortunately the Fighting Fantasy series abunds with dungeon crawling experiences and so this one, although it does its honest job by presenting a fair challenge and being well written with some occasional nice flourishes, it's not very unique in its plot. It doesn't have silly or awkward moments, and it's by no means a bad title but there are several titles I'd recommend reading before giving this one a go.
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