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The Rings of Kether. 1985 The Rings of Kether
by Andrew Chapman
Cover Variant #3 - Adventure Gamebook Header.
First published 1985.
Puffin Books.
London.
ISBN 0140318607.
Paperback.
Cover illustration by Terry Oakes.
Interior illustrations by Nik Spender.
400 sections.

Notes
Fighting Fantasy Adventure Gamebook #15.

Publisher’s Blurb – Lower Cover
Part story, part game, this is a book in which YOU become the hero!

Corruption is rife in the Aleph Cygni system and the flow of the illicit narcotic Satophil-d from the spaceports of the planet Kether has grown to enormous proportions.

Several attempts have been made to crack the notorious drug rings of Kether, with no success. Now the Galactic Federation has entrusted YOU with this dangerous undercover mission in this wild and lawless place. But will YOU succeed?

Two dice, a pencil and an eraser are all you need to make your journey. YOU decide which way to go, which dangers to risk and which enemies to fight.

 
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