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I can't wait to get home to it, to see what will happen next.
The act of making a choice seems almost irrelevant, since you can be guaranteed that you won't "make it any further" by choosing well (or even luckily).
Ok there were lots of alternative endings but the stories were happening too fast that you can't get into it.
Some of my favorite books growing up were the Choose Your Own Adventure stories. It was so thrilling to feel a part of the book, choosing what path to take next. Read morePublished 21 days ago by Whatwillshereadnext
I am basically repeating what everyone else is saying..this book has little redeeming value. Interesting in concept -- choose your path, experience different outcomes. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Amazon Lady
this book is one of the worse books I have ever read. it started out interesting but then it becomes absolutely tedious and malicious. Read morePublished 8 months ago by mariahdeyana
I was a huge CYOA fan as a kid. I found this book on accident and it didn't disappoint. The tales are a bit "out there" and the adventures do skip decades (as one reviewer... Read morePublished 12 months ago by C. Porter
This review is going to be thick with spoilers, but you will thank me because you will understand why you have no reason to waste your time on this nonsense. Read morePublished 13 months ago by bookworm
love the book! and it is such a simple read, but it is really fun! I am most defiantly going to order the next book.Published 15 months ago by kateri
Been a while since I read this was kind of disappointed in buying it cause it didn't meet my expectations. The story lines just not interesting at all.Published 15 months ago by Emily S.
"Pretty Little Mistakes" tries hard not to be literature. But in its own tasteless, weird and strange way it succeeds better than a dreary, striving 'literature' book that's been... Read morePublished 22 months ago by ThirstyBrooks
Okay so this novel isn't for everyone, especially for those that like a novel to stick to a normal routine of telling a story from beginning to end. Read morePublished on December 11, 2011 by Fivezenses of Reading