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Hero of Washington Square
Entrusted with strange green diamonds and followed by desperate spies, the reader must make decisions which will determine whether nuclear weaponry information remains secret.
Paperback, 157 pages
Published May 28th 1983 by TSR
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Not the best of the endless quest books, and a bit too childish for real Top Secret games. It is extremely easy to become the Hero and to be dead, and there are not a lot of avenues to take the story down. Although if you are very lucky you can find the rich girlfriend option, which I found appealing.
Hero of Washington square is a book where you are the main character and you get to choose what you do. I gave it 3 stars because it was pretty good but not very exciting. Most of the book is you being chased by people. When I read it I ended up getting away from the bad guys and calling the police. Then I was in the news and everyone said I was the hero of Washington Square.
THis book isn't very good. It seems to have been written in a day. There is very little variety in your choices or outcome. Half the chocies end with the criminals being caught and the other half with you being caught. You don't get to do too many things in this book.
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 writi ...more
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