Trouble on Planet Earth

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Chooseco, 2005 - Juvenile Fiction - 113 pages
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SOMEONE OR SOMETHING IS DRAINING EARTH?S OIL RESERVES. CAN YOU CRACK THE CASE IN TIME? Everyone knows that Earth has limited oil reserves. How can they go missing overnight? Is it an evil multi-national corporation? A rogue element in the government? Some crazy scientist? When the trail takes you into outer space, you are terrified for the first time in your life. A mysterious galaxy beyond the Milky Way seems to be siphoning Earth's oil using laser straws. The world's economy and life as you know it will crash to a halt, unless you can stop them You followed three men to a small house. You enter a narrow passageway to a green staircase. Your heart is racing. Just as you are about to climb the stairs, the upstairs door opens. You flatten yourself against the wall in the shadow of the stairs. Maybe they won't see you! The three men come down the stairs talking in low voices, but soon disappear. If you follow the men, turn to page 111. YOU choose what happens next!

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20 POSSIBLE ENDINGS 28 POSSIBLE ABOMINABLE SNOWMAN ADVENTURE again good luck answers anyway Arab Art Director astrologer Bahib Mefiz BECKET behind the curtains Boris born in Argentina brother cafeteria pass Cairo camel CHOOSE FROM 28 CHOOSECO CLASSIC SERIES coast is clear come contact Boris container of salve crayon crazy creatures desk Disneyland Ditwiller don't door doorway dot in space driver dune e-mail Earth Earth's oil Egypt energy ESCAPE BY R. A. Eureka EVIL POWER MASTER eyes floor frogmen Geiger counter grab guards he's head Hegeria helicopters Helmut Saragura I'll Interpol island It's JAY LEIBOLD keyboard laser straws lava leave Let's look mandala mandala Paintings MASTER BY R. A. MAYA BY R. A. maze meltdown microwave Monsieur Patty Morocco MYSTERY Narimbo Ned and Monsieur Ned nods Ned says Ned stares Ned turns Ned's needs a guide nods nuclear nuclear accident nuclear bomb nuclear plant nuclear power plant nuclear waste numbers off this island oil crisis oil fields Okay Organization for World OWD group planet PLANET EARTH planet Zermacroyd premonitions pyramid R. A. MONTGOMERY CHOOSE Rafaela City RETURN TO ATLANTIS Riyadh Safe-conduct sand Saudi Arabia says Ned screen SEA BY R. A. SERIES IS BACK Shannon Gilligan SHANNON GILLIGAN CHOOSE shouts Sismostudio smiles SPACE AND BEYOND stares suddenly SUVs taxi tell That's There's they're Thomberry Thornberry thornberry bush Thornberry stares three green-suited three men trance truck turn to page VERMONT volcano wait Washington We'll We're we've what's WOGAN World Domination wrong turn You'll you're you've Zermacroyd

About the author (2005)

Raymond A. Montgomery is the founder of the Choose Your Own Adventure interactive children's book series. Montgomery synthesized all of his varied educational and game theory work in the Choose Your Own Adventure (CYOA) series, first published by Bantam Books in 1979. The series grew into a publishing phenomenon with over 180 titles and 250 million copies published worldwide in over 35 languages. The books were unique in that they appealed equally to girls and boys, to reluctant readers and avid ones. The CYOA series has been used in classrooms from early elementary school to college. At the advent of the Internet age, the series was used frequently in curricula focused on explaining the interactivity of the World Wide Web to young children. After a successful stint in the mid-to-late-90's designing games for CD-ROM, Montgomery decided to re-launch the CYOA series based on the interest he was getting from former fans. Montgomery and partners Shannon Gilligan and Gordon Troy, Esq. have turned their full attentions to Choose Your Own Adventure since Fall 2004. The series is being reissued through Chooseco LLC, in Waitsfield, Vermont. R.A. MONTGOMERY is an avid outdoorsman. He has hiked in the Himalayas, climbed mountains in Europe, scuba-dived in Central America, and sailed in Franco-phone Africa .He has lived in France, travels frequently to Asia, and calls Vermont home. His interests include macroeconomics, geo-politics, mythology, history, mystery novels, and music. He has two grown sons, a daughter-in-law, and two granddaughters.

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