Miłość w wielkim mieście

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Marta dostaje się na staż jako dziennikarka w jednej z największych gazet w kraju! Jej pierwszym zadaniem jest rozpracowanie znanego biznesmena Wiktora Potoryckiego, podejrzanego o liczne przestępstwa. Cóż jednak robić, gdy niespodziewanie przytrafia się uczucie, a podejrzany staje się ukochanym? Czy Marta zdoła rozwikłać zagadkę Wiktora i udowodnić jego niewinność? More

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About Jessie Valetta

I’m writing interactive stories from many years, but creation of stories of any kind interests me from almost childhood. I developed dozens of different games, tabletop and computer ones, but the most pleasant project was preparation of script for popular PC game "The Witcher", sold around the world in four million units.

It was always fascinated me a simple question: "What would have happened if I had chosen / selected differently?". Have you ever wondered what would happen if you were in some key moments in your life decided otherwise? Or if your favorite book hero went to the left and not the right? Or maybe he killed the princess and married a dragon (well, it is rather unlikely)? While it is difficult to live your life again, you can decide about the proceedings and decisions of others. This may become even through interactive stories that you'll find on my webpage under the joined title "Unfinished Stories".

About the Series: Niedokończone Opowieści
„Niedokończone Opowieści” to seria interaktywnych opowieści, w których to TY decydujesz o wszystkim. A jeśli będziesz niezadowolony z podjętych wyborów, lub uznasz, że można by to wszystko „rozegrać” lepiej, zawsze możesz zacząć od początku i spróbować innej wersji rozwoju wydarzeń. Czasem powrót do punktu wyjścia lub śmierć bohatera też jest właściwym rozwiązaniem, jeśli uznasz, że popełniłeś za dużo błędów i w życiu naprawdę tak by się stało.

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Review by: Agnieszka Zajac on July 13, 2018 :
That was a nice experiment, but I don't think I'm going to read another chose-your-way-book. I was naive enough to expect this book would offer at least two varying plots depending on the decisions the reader/mc picks. Unfortunatelly there were only minor variations of the main plot and sooner or later all ways led to (almost) the same ending.
Combined with a writting style I didn't like at all and a rather non-existent plot it would've been a pretty difficult book but I didn't even like the main character - so it was a complete disaster for me.
The mc appered to have no idea about life and how to navigate in her first job and than she stumbled from one unrealistic situation into anther and got (almost) each time lucky or saved in time along the way - not the least believable. My other big issue was the fact with this story was that alcohol seamed to be the solution for each situation.

The only reason I forced myself to finish the book was because of the language (Polish language edition and I urgently need all the language training/contact I can get) other than that I wouldn't read more than 15 percent.
(reviewed 3 years after purchase)
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