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Review: CSI - The Interactive Mystery

by Danny Gallagher, posted Dec 6th 2009 2:02PM
Remember those pop-up books you used to read as a kid and the sheer fun you had make the bunny jump over the fence or the kid deliver jelly beans to the sausage factory?

Why can't adults have the same thing? And I mean for books other than dirty ones?

Quirk Books and Chronicle Books have done just that with the never-ending CSI franchise. CSI: The Interactive Mystery by Sam Stall is a hardcover short mystery story done in the traditional style but with an interesting twist that makes it a fun and unique read. And yes, it still requires reading. Screw Egon Spengler, print ain't dead.

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