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Tracey West - Rogue City

Rogue City

Author: Tracey West Scholastic Illustrator: Scholastic

  • AGES 7 - 10 
  • Genre Media Tie-Ins,Adventure
This book isn't like other books. It tells the story of Batman and his quest to save Gotham City from the Joker and his Rogues, but it doesn't have a befinning, a middle, and an end.

It has one beginning, lots of middles, and even more endings.

How does that work? That's where you come in. As you read each piece of the story, you'll be given a choice about what Batman does next. You'll keep making choices until you build one story all the way to the end. When you're done, you can go back to the beginning and start building a whole new story!

There are many possible endings, but there is one best ending possible: for Batman to defeat the Joker and end up with Batgirl, Robin, and Alfred on his team. When you see the Bat-Signal, you'll know you've found the best ending of all!

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