Classic! I used to read this thing over and over, even after I'd exhausted all the possible endings. It gets extra stars because this is a childhood guilty pleasure book, but doesn't get the full 5 stars cuz it ain't Shakespeare, that's for sure. I remember liking Pillars of Pentegarn
because there were plenty of monsters to be killed and treasure obtained, and its linear storyline with obvious choice-to-consequence results appealed to my young mind. Good moral lessons coupled with bloody action, HOORAY!