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by Saxton Freymann,Jay Leibold

Download Secret of the Ninja (Choose Your Own Adventure ; 66) eBook
ISBN:
0836814053
Author:
Saxton Freymann,Jay Leibold
Language:
English
Publisher:
Gareth Stevens Pub (July 1, 1995)
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Part of the Choose Your Own Adventure ( Series, Choose Your Own Adventure Chooseco ( Series, and Vyber si vlastné dobrodružstvo ( Series). You travel to your friend Nada's dojo in Japan to help her investigate strange happenings: powerful thunderstorms during a dry season, objects moving by themselves, piercing sounds in empty rooms. It all began when a sword was sent as an anonymous gift. You will need to move without sound, fire weapons without force, and walk in the invisible realm of kuji.

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The reader's decisions control the course of an adventure in Japan, in which the arrival of a sword in the mail has precipitated a terrible curse.
  • Wrathmaster
I read this book to my 6 year old grandson. It was his 2nd choose your own adventure. We went through perhaps 8-9 pages before we were asked to choose between 2 options. By the time we reached this juncture, he looked at me and said, "Do we have to read this book.?" I stopped reading.
I was bored as well. There are too many Ninja terms. Seems like the author wanted to give a history of Ninja in those first many pages. Hard to pronounce. It did not help the plot. Two characters were trying to back in time. That was all that was important.
  • skriper
This is not quite as interesting as the Choose Your Own Adventure books that I grew up with. My son and I have tried to read it a few times together, but there are some challenging 'Ninja" type words, and not a very interesting story. After a few minutes, we both lose interest and put the book down. I would recommend saving your money and getting a different one in the series to try.
  • Malakelv
My son and I love reading these books while he is in bed before he goes to sleep. I read to him, and he gets to pick the next step of the journey. He gets so excited when finding new paths or opening new doors to additional storie lines. With a quick back story, you step write into the action and off on making the story yours. Sometimes our story ends within 5 minutes other times it could take 20 minutes or longer. All of these books are written in a way to quickly grab a child's (or adult's) attention and keep them there. With so many variations, it is like reading a new book every night. These are great gifts to give someone over a long weekend or over a vacation.
  • Fawrindhga
I was waxing nostalgic, one recent afternoon, when these books popped into mind. Ah, the halcyon days... I remembered being particularly fond of this one when I was a young tyke, and so I made a spontaneous purchase in a desperate bid to reclaim my lost childhood. The wait... twas maddening. I crack open the pages. That new book smell. I get screwed by a corpse in an urn 6 pages in. Infinite rage. The End.
  • Skyway
When I was a little girl we used to read these wide eyed until we reach the ending! Unsatisfied, I'd start all over again and do another story, and another story, until I've exhausted all possibilities. Sometimes, my sister would accuse me that I peek at the endings. Lol. That was 30 years ago. Now I bought it for my 6 year old son hoping he will catch the fervor I had for these books, I never wanted to put these books down!
  • black coffe
I owned the first copy by the other artist, this one is illustrated by another artist still it captures the idea well enough. If you own this version it has more samurai qualities the original has hot inking. You may want both.
  • Mr_TrOlOlO
Look closely, this is more like a pdf translation than a kindle book. No navigation built into it to jump from location to location.
Just as good as I remember the Choose Your Own Adventure books, and now we know that our youngest grandson finds them - at least this one - just as thrilling. It didn't hurt that ninjas were involved; the boy loves ninjas!