"You do not sleep well. Strange, disturbing images drift through your mind.
"You see yourself running in a black background, with hideous screaming sounds all around you.
"Then, there are a man and a woman in white robes, stretching out their arms and beseeching you to listen; although their lips are moving no sounds come out.
"Then you see yourself again. You open a door which only leads to another one; you open this to find still another. The doors only lead to more doors. Finally, you find yourself in the room of a house. There is a body hanging from a rope tied around its neck. The rope is attached to a fan spinning around and around...you step forward to find that the body is...yourself!"
Post by benedictjjones on Nov 15, 2008 0:47:35 GMT
'midnight rogue' and 'night of the demon' (still not sure that's the right title) were probably my favourites. i think i prefered the aRT work in the 'lone wolf' and 'freeway warrior' books (although at the time i loved them all!!
unless i'm wrong, the choose-your-own-adventure gamebook genre is a british invention. since most of these books are horror-fantasy-sci-fi related, they form a link with my fascination with brit horror. does anyone here remember j.h.brennan who authored many arthurian-legend books in this genre as well as "curse of frankenstein" and "castle dracula?" they were very interesting plot-wise...