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Robbers And Robots (Endless Quest #9)

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The reader, as Terry Morton, becomes involved in an attempt to steal the plans for a top secret security robot from his uncle's electronics factory.
Unknown Binding, 210 pages
Published July 1983 by TSR
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Picked this up really quickly today in an effort to work through that pile of books in my To-Read stack. Originally brought it back from Malaysia for my husband's benefit, as I couldn't recall whether I'd already read it or not. A re-read inclines me to think that I haven't, though to be frank, the contents are rather forgettable. As far as game books go, this wasn't a favorite, as the writing is pedestrian and the subject matter (industrial espionage via robot theft) not a personal interest. I ...more
This is a Top Secret (TM) Endless adventure book. Like the other similar book (#7 Hero of Washington Square) it isn't very good, not even for a book where you choose your own adventure. There just isn't that much adventure here. There's lots of choices but they keep retreading the same ground over and over again. For example, you can read a nearly identical ending about 10 times (if you win) and there is an equal number of nearly identical endings for when you lose.
Ok, I guess all "Choose Your Path" books are not created equal. This one's kinda bland. I think the genre's more exciting when there are fantasy or sci-fi elements. It did take me back to a time when knowing morse code could still get you out of a bad situation, though!
Todd Croak-falen
I read this in grade school and LOVED it. I'm going to re-read it soon, so we'll see how it holds up...
I loved this as a kid.
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