Choose your own Adventure book series (1979-1981)

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Choose your own Adventure book series #2: Journey Under the Sea (1979)

You are the hero of a fabulous deep sea adventure

Choose Your Own Adventure #2, by R A Montgomery

Choose your own Adventure book series #2: Journey Under the Sea (1979)


Choose your own Adventure book series #4: Space and Beyond (1980)

Get ready to hurtle through space — and beyond.

Choose Your Own Adventure #4, by R A Montgomery

Choose your own Adventure book series #4: Space and Beyond (1980)


Choose your own Adventure book series #7: The Third Planet from Altair (1980)

This daring space mission could be your finest — or it could be your last.

Choose Your Own Adventure #7, by Edward Packard

#7: The Third Planet from Altair (1980)


Choose your own Adventure book series #8: Deadwood City (1980)

Tangle with the meanest man in the West!

Choose Your Own Adventure #8, by Edward Packard

#8: Deadwood City (1980)


Choose your own Adventure book series #9: Who Killed Harlowe Thrombey (1981)

You’re the detective, and it’s your first murder case!

Choose Your Own Adventure #9, by Edward Packard

#9: Who Killed Harlowe Thrombey (1981)


Choose your own Adventure book series #11: Mystery of the Maya (1981)

Are you brave enough to take the magic potion and travel back in time?

Choose Your Own Adventure #11, by R A Montgomery

#11: Mystery of the Maya (1981)

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  1. you made me wanna cry when i saw these lol. i loved these books as a kid, i would buy them or check them out of the library.

    of course i always kept my original page open to make sure i didnt get a bad ending

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