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The Crown of Kings (Fighting Fantasy: Sorcery! #4)

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At the end of your long trek, you face the unknown terrors of the Manpang Fortress. Hidden inside the keep is the Crown of Kings--the ultimate goal of the Sorcery! epic. But beware! For if you have not defeated the Seven Serpents, your arrival has been anticipated...
Paperback, 367 pages
Published June 4th 1985 by Penguin Books (first published January 1st 1985)
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Bookworm Amir
Sep 07, 2011 Bookworm Amir rated it really liked it
Back when I was a boy I read this book. I loved it because its a DIFFERENT type of novel/book. You actually ARE the protagonist, you FEEL like you're in the action, and you DETERMINE your outcome, in the novel, as it has several options for you to choose from. Its a totally insane and new concept which is very invigorating and attractive.

Its those type of books which the reader is faced with a decision (or battle) and your decide by turning to this page ## and so and so.

I loved the series, that
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Nov 16, 2015 Joe Constantine rated it really liked it
As a young boy I spent countless hours trying to defeat this book - a 'choose your own adventure' fight and fantasy story. I never did, but you know what, it was the journey that counted more than the ending; those countless hours were FUN hours! I will always look back fondly on this book as a big part of my childhood.
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Aug 04, 2013 Stuart rated it really liked it
This was an innovative combo of choose your own adventure and RPGs in a cohesive fantasy series. Really loved it as a kid, to the point of contorting my body to roll dice on the floor of the plane in economy on my my way to Wisconsin for Christmas one year. Good fun!
John somers
Have this as part of the Sorcery! boxed set.
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British game designer, often confused with the American game designer of the same name.

Along with Ian Livingstone, creator of the Fighting Fantasy books.



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Other Books in the Series

Fighting Fantasy: Sorcery! (4 books)
  • The Shamutanti Hills (Fighting Fantasy: Sorcery!, #1)
  • Kharé - Cityport of Traps (Fighting Fantasy: Sorcery!, #2)
  • The Seven Serpents (Fighting Fantasy: Sorcery!, #3)

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