Front and back covers have a crease, the character sheet / bookmark has been detached and has been written on in pencil, but is still in the book.
As a Gamebook, it seems to prefer dice mechanics over decision making, which is a bit different. Storywise, it follows Raistlin's Test in the Towers of High Sorcery, basically about him becoming a proper mage.
"Why are you giving it away?" I hear you scream - well... the Towers of Zhu are currently occupied by cardboard boxes full of
So all you have to do win this amazing tome from 1985 is leave a comment below, and I'll post it off to you. If I get no offers from The Thirteen Followers of Zhu (or any random passer by) before the 19/11/10, I'll offer it up, first at dragonsfoot.org, then if that fails, the local charity shop book bin.