Sliders of Glass Mountain is another interactive masterpiece by the team of D M Potter and Blair Polly. It's quite different to the other books like In the Magician's House etc... as even though it's set on a fantasy planet it's a lot more logical and practical and I think any budding slug engineers out there will find this book not only interesting but also quite an insight! Being that it's interactive it's a lot of fun too and it naturally really involves the reader as they decide which direction to take - that's always fun, unless you're Percy the Slug and don't do so well. To top it all off there are these morph rats which okay, they're no slugs but they are slimy and hairless - so that's a huge bonus. Another fantastic book and great for those long, boring journeys.
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