Dragon of Doom PDF ï Dragon of MOBI :å

Dragon of Doom PDF ï Dragon of MOBI :å

Dragon of Doom (Endless Quest, #13; Dungeons Dragons) ❰Read❯ ➯ Dragon of Doom (Endless Quest, #13; Dungeons Dragons) Author Rose Estes – Larringtonlifecoaching.co.uk Your evil uncle Zed has used a powerful spell to summon Shen the Dragon of Doom It's up to you figure out how to stop Zed from commanding the mighty black dragon to spread death and destruction across Your evil uncle Zed has used a powerful spell to summon Shen the Dragon of Doom It's up to you figure out Dragon of MOBI :å how to stop Zed from commanding the mighty black dragon to spread death and destruction across the landIn this interactive fantasy young readers take the reins for a reading adventure they won't forget.


10 thoughts on “Dragon of Doom (Endless Quest, #13; Dungeons Dragons)

  1. Jeffrey Caston Jeffrey Caston says:

    I used to read the Endless uest books as a kid I recently got a copy thanks to my local HPB Love those guys Anyway it was cool to read again because it was a time capsule and really enjoyable Yes it's geared towards kids but I still find the choose your own adventure format very appealing It was old school DD when they called the wizards and such magic usersThe best part is I can go back to it read it again make different choices and still have fun


  2. Jsrott Jsrott says:

    Another decent entry in an old series There were a good number of different endings and the way the book is written it's much harder to cheat because the choice page you turn to often has a turn to this page at the end so you have to mark extra pages The story itself is a good one and in a first for a Choose Your Own Adventure style books that I've read it has cut scenes


  3. Michael Michael says:

    My enjoyment of this “Endless uest” choose your own adventure style book was limited by the book’s weaknesses and also by my own assumptions for many years The author actually did a better job than I had thought but I refused to take one of the pathways and thus missed out on a good deal of the bookThe basic story is both typical for the series but also unusually dark As is often the case it is written from the point of view of a young adult male in this case an apprentice magic user being sent on his first uest by the elders of his community However in this case you are being sent on a mission which involves you with a much powerful magic user bent on destroying the world by summoning Shen the Dragon of Doom whose very passage causes plants to wither and die and whose breath weapon destroys all life in an area for 100 years During the course of the adventure we occasionally get flashes of the ancient mind of Shen as it wings its way reluctantly to the meeting point and these can be very dark indeed The structural problem with much of the book is a lack of choices It’s twelve pages before you get an actual decision there’s no way to avoid the accident that makes you late to meet Zed the evil magic user and then many of the paths are “forced” on you from that point There are two monsters you fight if you go through the swamp for example One of them gives you three choices two of which result in “go back and choose again” while the other gives you four choices two of which allow you to proceed to the same place one of which is a “choose again” and one kills you This is actually far less satisfying than a dangerous situation in which death lies around many corners and is described entertainingly and successful choices lead to different paths Another odd thing is that in this same storyline you have the choice to heal a wounded creature who promises to go get help but no choice I found allows you to have that creature return in time That is a surprising lack of payoff – I assume that an alternate ending got edited for space and they forgot to edit the setupAnyway then there is my personal oversight I missed about half of this book for most of my life because I assumed a decision point led to a dead end when it didn’t The first choice you get after that unavoidable accident is a choice whether to proceed or to return and admit your failure I assumed that the second choice would be a dead end when in fact it leads to a much interesting dungeon scenario than the other pathway In fairness to my adolescent self I made this assumption because when pretty much the same thing happens in “Mountain of Mirrors” the result is a dead end and I may have thought I had read it already based on that experience I wonder how many other people literally never read half the book because of thisAnyway the book is therefore somewhat better than I thought When I was a kid I hardly ever read it because the “proceed” pathway was so limited and boring But I can get some interest out of it now because there’s a whole line of choices I never made


  4. Heather Heather says:

    I came across this book in a box someone had passed our way and decided I'd try it simply because I used to love Choose Your Own Adventure books The format is the same read through plot elements and as the main character face several options on how to advance the story My first journey through the story involved decisions I would've chosen at each intersection ending accordingly Then I went back and for the sake of curiosity made alternate decisions to see how other versions of the story would turn outThis was no better or worse than similar 'choice' books I remember although I do have a gripe about some editing errors that are present My rating is three stars rather than two as I think I probably would've liked it at a younger age Although I love children and young adult books this is not one that aged well in that sense There's nothing exactly wrong with it other than arbitrary monsters and elements thrown in just to lengthen the story while doing nothing for plotting It just failed to be very fulfilling regardless of which course of action I followed


  5. DavidO DavidO says:

    Nobody has reviewed thsi thing so I guess I shouldThis book is abotu a boy magic user the DD word for wizard who has a tiny pet dragon that he communicates with telepathically He is supposed to go and get his uncle another wizard of of a prison he has been in for a thousand years and bring him home unfortunately the uncle has escaped on his own and plans on destroying the world using an all powerful dragonThe parts of this book that involve the plot are interesting But there is the inevitable random monster parts of the book where your character meets a bunch of different random monsters that serve as obstacles and filler but don't advance the plot one iota


  6. Peregrine 12 Peregrine 12 says:

    A lot of fun if you're under the age of 13 and you can still find a copy in print


  7. Tempe O& Tempe O& says:

    This was always my favorite Endless uest book as a kid It's still a hoot


  8. Avery Stempel Avery Stempel says:

    The dragon of doom with a heart of gold Made it through to a positive ending first try Love to choose my own path


  9. Jes Jes says:

    I escaped an evil innkeeper tricked a hydra with cheese charmed a log monster and reasoned with a grumpy old dragon This would have been a 5 star book but the protagonist is mean to a cat


  10. Dylan Weaver Dylan Weaver says:

    I tricked a hydra by giving it all my food


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