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  • Hardcover
  • 128 pages
  • Big Trouble
  • Matt Forbeck
  • English
  • 14 February 2018
  • 1536202452

Big Trouble[Download] ➽ Big Trouble Author Matt Forbeck – Essayreview.co.uk Welcome to the Forgotten Realms Endless Quest books, where you don t just read a fantastic tale You become the hero and choose your own fateWhen evil giants attack your home in Ardeep Forest, your par Welcome to the Forgotten Realms Endless Quest books, where you don t just read a fantastic tale You become the hero and choose your own fateWhen evil giants attack your home in Ardeep Forest, your parents think you re dead and they go hunting for your missing little brother You wake up and set out after them, helped by a giant wizard who lives in a flying tower You don t know where they ve gone, but you know that if you don t find them, you re all in Big Trouble Wield your magic wisely against the giants, wizard.


About the Author: Matt Forbeck

I m an award winning, New York Times bestselling author and game designer and happily married father of five, including a set of quadruplets Foron my work, see Forbeck.


10 thoughts on “Big Trouble

  1. says:

    Originally reviewed for YA Books Central in second person present tense, this fantasy is styled after the beloved choose your own adventure books of yore It also features a vast array of renowned D D art, with works ranging from sepia to full color.As the story opens, you are given aextensive backdrop of information than is seen in some of the other books in this series You are a juvenile elf living in an ancient tree, along with your wizard Originally reviewed for YA Books Central in second person present tense, this fantasy is styled after the beloved choose your own adventure books of yore It also features a vast array of renowned DD art, with works ranging from sepia to full color.As the story opens, you are given aextensive backdrop of information than is seen in some of the other books in this series You are a juvenile elf living in an ancient tree, along with your wizard parents and much younger brother Right in the middle of your not quite clicking magic studies, the ground shakes Hill giants are approaching your home, and their intentions are vile Your parents spring into action, instructing you to protect and hide your brother Do you obey them Do you stand with your parents to defend your home Or do you grab your little brother and make a run for it through the forest The larger print, abundant imagery, and vagueness in regard to violence all culminate to make this material ideally suited to the lower range of Middle Grade Not all roads lead to a gruesome death But a few of them might If you, dear reader, are anything like me you can count on needing at least a half dozen bookmarks to note the pages you may want to return to if your storyline s ending strikes you as less than ideal Why yes, I did go back and try every single fork in the non linear option tree You live your life and I ll live mine P I regret I wasn t able to enjoy this book as much as To Catch A Thief, or Escape The Underdark. Unlike with the aforementioned titles in this series, the main character you are acting as for comes with a history and background i.e A family, including wizard parents and a high liability little brother The background itself isn t such a bad thing, although it givessentimental tilt to decision making than we saw in previous installments More irritatingly, the character you play is apparently too young and inexperienced to pass as an actual wizard So, if you go into this hoping for decision tree choices that will involve using magic you will be largely disappointed To that end, the claim on the cover of You are a wizard makes a promise to readers that the book doesn t truly fulfill You are a fledgling wannabe magic user who will mostly be running, hiding, seeking, and getting in WAY over your head would have been aapt tagline although admittedly, a bitcumbersome As I have mentioned in related reviews, my primary suggestion for future installments would be the inclusion of a character sheet at the beginning I think this would help readers with their decision making, as well as introduce a foundational concept that could later transfer to the tabletop game It would also be neat to have a playable character ready made Just saying A hopeful option for reluctant readers, budding DD fans, and kids who generally appreciate havingengagement and agency in their reading material Although, I would recommend other books in this series over this particular work

  2. says:

    Wellit took me three tries to finish this book I survived, but it still wasn t the happiest of endings Oh well I guess that happens sometimes I actually really hope they decide to continue with this Endless Quest series and do the other classes I m not going to lie I d really be interested in the Druid and Barbarian books.

  3. says:

    I died pretty early on in Big trouble to my absolute shock I don t play a lot of spell caster classes in the game and I often tend to forget just how squishy some of them can be I found this one to be the hardest by far and died about four or five times, I did manage to survive twice but with unsatisfactory endings and a pretty good one Despite having now read through Big Trouble at least eight times I m fairly certain there s stillto discover and plan to give it a fewtries still I died pretty early on in Big trouble to my absolute shock I don t play a lot of spell caster classes in the game and I often tend to forget just how squishy some of them can be I found this one to be the hardest by far and died about four or five times, I did manage to survive twice but with unsatisfactory endings and a pretty good one Despite having now read through Big Trouble at least eight times I m fairly certain there s stillto discover and plan to give it a fewtries still This one felt a lotsuited to the chosen class of Wizard, although I definitely think it would fit an arcane trickster rogue too and as my favourite rogue archetype, this made me pretty happy.You can check out my review of the entire series at my blog

  4. says:

    Big Trouble by Matt Forbeck, 122 pages Candlewick Entertainment, 2018 8.99Language G 0 swears, 0 f Mature Content G Violence PGBUYING ADVISORY EL ADVISABLEAUDIENCE APPEAL AVERAGEYou are the main character of this story, and you have a lot of difficult decisions to make when a normal day is interrupted by giants attacking your home Do you run, hide, or fight Choose wisely, for it just might be the last choice you ever make.Choose your own adventure books are the video games of l Big Trouble by Matt Forbeck, 122 pages Candlewick Entertainment, 2018 8.99Language G 0 swears, 0 f Mature Content G Violence PGBUYING ADVISORY EL ADVISABLEAUDIENCE APPEAL AVERAGEYou are the main character of this story, and you have a lot of difficult decisions to make when a normal day is interrupted by giants attacking your home Do you run, hide, or fight Choose wisely, for it just might be the last choice you ever make.Choose your own adventure books are the video games of literature, and the participation is what makes this book fun A lot of the choices seem intuitive, but Forbeck also throws in a couple of seemingly random choices that keep things interesting You never know what will be around the corner of your adventure.Reviewer Carolina Herdegenhttps kissthebookjr.blogspot.com 20

  5. says:

    Enjoyable like some of the other Endless Quest books, this one vaguely follows the narrative of Storm King s Thunder There is an early decision in this book, which greatly changes what will happen in your story, either going to save your mother and brother, or go after your father Depending which direction you chose, it dictates which giants and challenges you face At least with saving your mother and brother, there wasn t a path I could find that then led back to finding your father.This mea Enjoyable like some of the other Endless Quest books, this one vaguely follows the narrative of Storm King s Thunder There is an early decision in this book, which greatly changes what will happen in your story, either going to save your mother and brother, or go after your father Depending which direction you chose, it dictates which giants and challenges you face At least with saving your mother and brother, there wasn t a path I could find that then led back to finding your father.This means there is a LOT of variety in this story I also quite liked playing a magic user, as it gave what felt likevaried options to choose from The artwork in this, like all the new Endless Quest books is excellent Overall a fun read

  6. says:

    Language G 0 swears, 0 f Mature Content G Violence PGYou are the main character of this story, and you have a lot of difficult decisions to make when a normal day is interrupted by giants attacking your home Do you run, hide, or fight Choose wisely, for it just might be the last choice you ever make.Choose your own adventure books are the video games of literature, and the participation is what makes this book fun A lot of the choices seem intuitive, but Forbeck also throws in a coup Language G 0 swears, 0 f Mature Content G Violence PGYou are the main character of this story, and you have a lot of difficult decisions to make when a normal day is interrupted by giants attacking your home Do you run, hide, or fight Choose wisely, for it just might be the last choice you ever make.Choose your own adventure books are the video games of literature, and the participation is what makes this book fun A lot of the choices seem intuitive, but Forbeck also throws in a couple of seemingly random choices that keep things interesting You never know what will be around the corner of your adventure.Reviewed for

  7. says:

    I received a copy of this for a fair and honest review This is the third of those books this kind I have review I am a tremble adventurer I guess I take to many risk or that I am to nosy I seem to find a lot of tragic endings for myself But I have to say that I have a lot fun getting to those point even if it s not the end that the book actually wants you too Grab a copy of this and have a go It can get a little strange but that is part of the appeal.

  8. says:

    I died the first two times I went through the book I wonder if that gives you any indication of how I play D D Anyway, all in all I lived five times and died three and then I decided that was enough for me I was hoping for a littlesubstance from this book, a longer adventure, and it did not deliver However, bearing in mind that it is middle grade, it might just be enough of an adventure for the age group it is intended for I died the first two times I went through the book I wonder if that gives you any indication of how I play DD Anyway, all in all I lived five times and died three and then I decided that was enough for me I was hoping for a littlesubstance from this book, a longer adventure, and it did not deliver However, bearing in mind that it is middle grade, it might just be enough of an adventure for the age group it is intended for

  9. says:

    I don t really know what to say besides if you enjoy this type of book you ll want to pick this up It s very fun,fun than the Cleric one I haven t picked up Rogue and Fighter, though as soon as I can I ll be doing so My husband and I read these on a long road trip and I 100% suggest something like that It s a blast.

  10. says:

    This was a good, quick read I ve started playing Dungeons and Dragons, and this book lets the reader choose whay path to lead in the adventure This can be a good introduction to the RPG for younger readers.

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