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eBook Horror/High Ridge (Choose Your Own Adventure, No 27) download ISBN: 0553263099
Author: Julius Goodman
Publisher: Bantam; Reissue edition (November 1, 1983)
Language: English
ePub: 1957 kb
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Rating: 4.9
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Choose Your Own Adventure And thus is the premise of the Choose Your Own Adventure books. Horror of High Ridge' was essentially a horror story based around dead cowboys and indians who, depending on your choices, would either help you, hinder you or just outright slaughter you. In many ways this was a very graphic book considering it was aimed at a tween market and a look inside the book shows pictures of a rather disturbing nature.

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The premise of The Horror of High Ridge would make a kickass low-budget horror movie. There’s very few CYOA books that would make good movies, but this is one of them! Grade: A. Next up will be another Julius Goodman entry, Treasure Diver. About the Author: Sean Munger. Dan C October 14, 2013 at 4:11 pm - Reply.

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In the 27th book in the Choose Your Own Adventure series, the reader is treated to a good old-fashioned ghost story. Spooks and wraiths abound as a peaceful trip to the mountains takes on a decidedly sinister and deadly turn. This is Julius Goodman's second book in the series. This page does not exist.

The reader determines the course of the story of a group of friends trapped in a secluded mountain cabin by terrifying ghosts
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Pretty good story about spooks of old time Indians and prospectors running around town near the Sierra Nevada. You and your friends happen to be caught in the middle of it. The story is nowhere near as creepy as Mystery of Chimney Rock but there are some pretty gruesome deaths. I, myself, stayed in one spot too long, got caught and tied at the stake by some ghosts who then proceeded to kill us with a burning rod of iron. wow. Pretty rough way for a handful of innocent kids to go. Some of the endings are unsatisfyingly cut short leaving you to wonder 'so?.. now what?'. The dialogue is also pretty dull at times with scooby doo like banter. Other than that, the book is well designed and flows well with no events being recycled from other paths.
The Horror of High Ridge by Julius Goodman (Choose Your Own Adventure #27) finds you with two friends in a cabin on the outskirts of a mountain town. You've been spending the summer searching for your great uncle's buried treasure but eerie moans sidetrack you towards any number of supernatural narrators who tell you about a war between prospector ghosts and native american ghosts. Every fifty years their battle ends up killing the mountain town you're staying in and it's up to you to stop it. I think. The way this book is written sometimes the ghosts just stop themselves. Or it just ends without a real ending. Or sometimes another character will have some magical, unexplained artifact that ends the story. But even when I got to be actively involved and understood what was happening, there still wasn't anything satisfying to read. Ghosts show up, you try to stop them, and finish. In fact, I gave up on finishing this one. The art by Paul Granger is suitably menacing and more violent than I would've expected. Frankly, it was the best part.