Daniel Byers and Adam Mazer wrote a very detailed and impressive neo-noir detective story called The Cold Awakening. This story, I would argue, is not hypertext. Rather the story resembles a digitized version of a Choose Your Own Adventure book. For one the reader can meet a number of gruesome ends by clicking on the wrong link, and thus losing the game. Further more the reader is sometimes penalized for choosing a decision that would reveal too much information if the main character, Jack, was not killed. This reader is discouraged form being too aggressive and trying to find out more information than the pacing of the narrative.