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The Seventh Expert: An Interactive Medieval Adventure

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"Medieval history meets interactive storytelling."

In 1362, violent storms pounded Europe, wiping out some coastal settlements. The Seventh Expert, which provides a compelling mix of history, storytelling and interactive fun, puts the reader in charge of rebuilding one medieval village.

Through seven action-filled chapters, each representing a year of rebuilding, the reader
Paperback, 96 pages
Published September 12th 2008 by Annick Press (first published 2008)
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Here is a true game-player's gamebook. Enhanced with a full, complex interactive system along with a cast of characters fleshed out in impressive detail to help you on your colony-building expedition, The Seventh Expert combines education, skillful novelization, and gaming elements as involved as anything I've ever come across to make a unique interactive adventure, equally appropriate for use in classrooms, at small parties, or just for a diversion while hanging out with friends.

It is 1362 A
OhioLINKed this one after Amanda said "SO COOL," and indeed, this looks like a very intriguing blend of formats. It's both a story and a game, and you keep track of things with your own paper charts and a die. Paging through it made me think of Choose Your Own Adventure meets Runescape! I hope to read it in more detail someday, but I have to return it.
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Mark Oakley, born in Montreal in 1970, has lived in cities all over eastern Canada and currently calls Halifax, Nova Scotia, home.

Oakley’s early background was in commercial animation, and he is today best known for his work on the independently published all-ages comic book fantasy adventure series Thieves & Kings, which he spent more than 10 years creating and publishing from his home studi
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