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I found it really disturbing when I made a choice that resulted in my death the first time through I mean, even at age 11 I knew that in real life you can sometimes make a choice that results in your own death, but it had never happened to me before, and I preferred not to think about it It kind of haunted me even after I went back and made a different choice, because I understood that if this had been real life, I would be dead.Somehow, the Choose Your Own Adventure books disrupted the protec I found it really disturbing when I made a choice that resulted in my death the first time through I mean, even at age 11 I knew that in real life you can sometimes make a choice that results in your own death, but it had never happened to me before, and I preferred not to think about it It kind of haunted me even after I went back and made a different choice, because I understood that if this had been real life, I would be dead.Somehow, the Choose Your Own Adventure books disrupted the protective promise of the novel which is this no matter what happens in the book, it can t hurt you, you re going to be okay Because of this truth, I let novels take me into some scary places, and in this way, novels sheperded me through some pretty traumatic experiences unscathed, which educated me about some truths which thankfully I didn t have to experience like losing a family member, or being lost in the wilderness, or living in Russia under Lenin actually, I don t feel this way about Animal Farm, though, since it was based on real life and that sh t is disturbing.In a way, this series proves that interactive activities are not always better for learning Unless you mean learning about scuba diving, because I will always remember not to surface too soon without decompressing If you do, you die.Amy I can t tell you which Choose your own Adventure books, I read I can t tell you which ones I didn t read But for young boys especially, these books are so fun Great way to hook kids who don t like to read. You are a clever American spy On a special mission to Deception Island off the coast of Greenland, you discover a secret of world wide important But it may be dangerous to reveal this secret to anyone Who do you trust The whales have gone missing and their new songs are the key What are they trying to tell us The plot involves saving the whales and the KGB, which seems like a very late 70s 80s theme Some scientist have found that the whales are singing a different kind of song and You are a clever American spy On a special mission to Deception Island off the coast of Greenland, you discover a secret of world wide important But it may be dangerous to reveal this secret to anyone Who do you trust The whales have gone missing and their new songs are the key What are they trying to tell us The plot involves saving the whales and the KGB, which seems like a very late 70s 80s theme Some scientist have found that the whales are singing a different kind of song and they are trying to figure out what it means They can tell that it is something that the whales are trying to tell us, and it s urgent There is a scientist who has discovered how to decode the song, but then he vanishes And off you go on your first set of choices It was a pretty enjoyable read I had fun making wrong choices and usually end up dying or getting told by my boss I was off the case I had evenfun finally making the correct choices and actually getting the story to progress It took me a while but I finally got there What does that say about the kind of choices I make in life Hmm I don t think I want to think too hard on that one Any age can find this sort of book entertaining Even if it s a little bit dated, it still is so much fun that you hardly notice I wish it had gone in to a little bitexplanation in some of the outcomes but I understand that they wanted to keep it light and breezy I was pretty entertained and had a lot of fun reading this A fun adventure, my son and I had a blast reading through this one, though we didn t make it all the way through Turns out my son is the not so bright heroic type, the Russians tried to string arm us into helping them, he said not a chance, they shot us We will readof these and definitely come back and try and make it further in this one next time La serie de Elige tu propia aventura es, literalmente, un cl sico de nuestra infancia He rele do algunos, a os despu s, y me parecen un poco cortos de miras, limitados en las posibilidades, pero cuando ten a 10 a os cada uno de ellos era una maravilla lista para ser explorada hasta que hubiera dado todo lo que ten a dentro.Al final siempre sab as que ibas a recorrer todos y cada uno de los caminos posibles La emoci n estaba, por tanto, en ganar y pasarte la historia al primer intento Si no po La serie de Elige tu propia aventura es, literalmente, un cl sico de nuestra infancia He rele do algunos, a os despu s, y me parecen un poco cortos de miras, limitados en las posibilidades, pero cuando ten a 10 a os cada uno de ellos era una maravilla lista para ser explorada hasta que hubiera dado todo lo que ten a dentro.Al final siempre sab as que ibas a recorrer todos y cada uno de los caminos posibles La emoci n estaba, por tanto, en ganar y pasarte la historia al primer intento Si no pod as, pues nada, seguro que en el intento 18 acababas encontrando el camino A veces los autores iban a pillar , poni ndote los resultados buenos detr s de decisiones que eran claramente an malas.Recuerdo haber aprendido tanto palabras como hechos y datos en estos libros No nadar contra la corriente cuando quieres llegar a tierra, d nde colocarse cuando un avi n va a despegar, un mont n de cosas interesantes y un mont n de historias vividas, decenas por cada libro, que convirtieron a las serie en una colecci n fractal, donde cada vez pod as elegir un libro nuevo entre los que ya ten as.Llegu hasta el tomo 54 y dej de tener inter s por la serie, pero la serie sigui hasta superar los 100 t tulos Tal vez mis hijos quieran seguir el camino que yo empec Si quieres seguirlo, pasa a la p gina 7 Mulai sekarang, perlu juga memperhatikan keadaan sekitar jika sedang berada di air.Seru seperti biasa Seandainya buku seperti ini lebih banyak diterjemahkan, tentunya membuat banyak anak yang dilatih berpikir kreatif. A book about the KGB and whales19 June 2012 I know this comment has absolutely nothing to do with this book, but I definitely have to look for a way to knock Piers Anthony off the top of my most read authors list In a way I now repent of actually reading a large chunk of his books when there are so many other better authors fantasy, science fiction, and otherwise out there who haven t written anywhere near as many books as him Fortunately there are 40 plays long poems that Shakespeare wrote, A book about the KGB and whales19 June 2012 I know this comment has absolutely nothing to do with this book, but I definitely have to look for a way to knock Piers Anthony off the top of my most read authors list In a way I now repent of actually reading a large chunk of his books when there are so many other better authors fantasy, science fiction, and otherwise out there who haven t written anywhere near as many books as him Fortunately there are 40 plays long poems that Shakespeare wrote, and he is currently number 3, with 13 books reviewed Asimov would also be in that category, but unfortunately Euripides and other ancient authors are not Anyway, enough of this useless patter and on to the actual book on which I am supposed to be writing a commentary This is the 6th in the series and the first one in which the author decided to do a spy adventure However, and I believe that I can remember this, that when you get to your first choice, if you make the wrong one, you die I remember games like that, such as Call of Cthulu, where the whole idea of the game was not so much to get to the end of the adventure successfully, but rather how far into the adventure you can get before you inevitably die There was a similar game like that called Paranoia, however the difference was that in that game it was not so much how long you could last before you died, but how many times you died I doubt that any of the gamebooks that I have read have really gone to that extreme, nor am I sure whether there were any Choose Your Own Adventure books that also went to such an extreme I suspect Fighting Fantasy was not, but then again I believe I got up to book 9 before I began skipping them to only read the fantasy ones by Ian Livingstone I would not be surprised however if this book was one of those books that have you ending up quite sticky at the end A spy based book was going to be coming out in short order anyway, particularly since the cold war, which was still raging at the time of publication, had generated a genre of its own okay, I know, incorrect usage of the word genre, but I really do not know what the actual word you use is, and sure enough, Goodreads uses this terminology as well, despite there being a number of people on the website actually knowing what genre really is and that is the spy novel Sure spy novels have appeared beforehand and Conan Doyle did have Holmes go on at least one spylike mission but it was not until the cold war that the genre really took off Anyway, I can t remember much about this book except that it involves the KGB and whales, and the only reason that I know that it involves whales is because there is a whale on the front cover, and the Goodreads blurb mentions something about whale songs However I have no idea how this is connected to the KGB or the book as a whole &EBOOK ☠ Your Code Name Is Jonah ↡ By making the correct decisions, the reader assists the Special Intelligence Group in rescuing a marine scientist and recovering a whale song tape from the clutches of the KGB Georgia and the Tycoon the reader assists the Special Intelligence Group in rescuing a marine scientist and recovering a whale song tape from the clutches of the KGB This was the absolute first book I read in English, and I was very reluctant to read any English book at that time, so it went slow As part of my English lessons in college I had to read a book in English and I took this one with the intention to read a few pages and then make sure Jonah dies before the lesson is over He actually managed to die 2 times. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Genial, tuve otro final bueno En realidad tuve suerte Decid hablar con el doctor, y cuando sal de su casa me secuestraron y me obligaron a hablar con el agente y decirle que deb an hacer un pacto con los rusos, esperando que no conf e en mis palabras, pero para mi suerte, una vez que pude escapar, me enter que hab a hablado con un agente falso.