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Revenge of the Rainbow Dragons (Endless Quest #6)

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Forced into a duel of wizards at the mysterious Rainbow Castle, you are magically separated from your teacher and grandfather, Pentegarn, who battles for his life against three evil wizards. You must get back to him!

The paths you may take are many and the choices are yours!

Will you be thrust into Limbo and be forced to explore the misty cloud castle and meet giant Rainbow
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Paperback, 157 pages
Published January 1983 by TSR Hobbies, Inc.
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Jason Koivu
Dragons and wizards and rainbows!
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Not what I normally go in for, but I did dig out some enjoyment from Revenge of the Rainbow Dragons, a sequel of sorts in the Endless Quest series.

A few characters from Pillars of Pentegarn are onboard for another adventure. This time young Jaimie and his animal pals find themselves lost in a castle and must escape in time to save their good wizard friend from three underhanded wizard baddies.

I reread Revenge... in prep for this review and this is what happened
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TC
Mar 21, 2008 TC rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: young adults and the young at heart
Recommended to TC by: Mom of course!
This was my very first "pick your own path" adventure book and I wish I still had it! I loved these when I was a pre-teen and still have some of my Sherlock Holmes style adventures that I pretty much keep for "old times sake" This wasn't the best of the books I "played", but being the first it always holds a special place in my memory.
Toni Serrano Martínez
Continuación directa de "Las Columnas de Pentegarn" que, desafortunadamente, no alcanza el alto nivel de su predecesora.
Nos encontramos ante una historia con un talante mucho más infantil que su entrega anterior y con una historia mucho menos tétrica. ¿Es por ello una mala novela? De hecho, no lo es. Es más, continua la historia de forma directa (por supuesto, únicamente a uno de sus finales, el considerado "perfect ending" de la entrega anterior), aportando una conclusión casi necesaria. La nar
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Michael
Aug 25, 2013 Michael rated it liked it
Recommends it for: young fantasy fans, D&D fans, children
Recommended to Michael by: Serendipity
This book gets a “low” three stars, while Mountain Of Mirrors got a “high” 3-star rating. Even though they are both flawed, the other one is better for repeat readings. This one is disappointing, but not so disappointing that I’m willing to knock it all the way down to two.

The biggest problem with this book as a choose-your-own-adventure is that it’s too easy, and that most of the pathways through it are too short. There are some imaginative and exciting outcomes you can reach, but without an oc
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Joey V.
Jan 05, 2016 Joey V. rated it liked it
Shelves: trogdor, 2013, c-y-o-a
While I did like this book, it represents the worst feature of "choose your path" books. Namely, several "choices" give you no choice whatsoever. You're given three choices to pick from, but two of them lead directly back to the same page, forcing you to choose the third one anyway. Also, I saw no dragons, rainbow or otherwise. Given the title of the book, I would expect the one thing for the various paths to have in common, if no other similarities at all, would be dragons. Rainbow dragons. Wan ...more
Dick Baldwin
Jan 12, 2016 Dick Baldwin rated it did not like it
The only thing more embarassing than actually reading this is taking more than a month to read it. It's a children's Choose Your Own Adventure book!! I read every possible storyline, and they all totally sucked. I think dragons are pretty awesome, but actually I think that dragons are really stupid.
Robert Crisp
Apr 06, 2015 Robert Crisp rated it liked it
I loved this book as a kid (the whole series, in fact) and was glad to find a used copy online. I've been reading it to my eight-year-old son, and he loves it. The book follows the Choose Your Own Adventure model, so you can meet a bad end, but there's nothing graphic about it. The darker endings are more spooky than anything.
Brandi
Jul 30, 2011 Brandi rated it liked it
Of course I adore this book. A young boy with his snarky owl and bumbling fox sidekick. Mushroom men. Baby dragons. Lovely.
Matthew
Jan 29, 2008 Matthew rated it it was ok
Friend lent me this book during the 7th grade. He gave me a copy some 50 years later. Was moved, but felt very sad.
Russ Painter
Sep 21, 2011 Russ Painter rated it really liked it
Shelves: fiction
This was one of my favorite books when I was a kid. It was cool because you could choose what the characters would do and there were different endings depending on your choices.
Rachel Brown
Oct 22, 2012 Rachel Brown rated it liked it
Shelves: fantasy, children-s
Adorable, lighthearted entry in the Choose Your Own Adventure series, with rainbow dragons, a castle in the clouds, and a bratty princess.
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Rose Estes is the author of many fantasy and science fiction books, including full length novels and multiple choice gamebooks. After contributing extensively to TSR, Inc.'s Dungeons and Dragons Endless Quest series (of which she wrote the first six, as well as others later down the line), she wrote her first full length novel, Children of the Dragon (1985). She continued to write for TSR by ...more
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