Secret Agent Grandma

Secret Agent Grandma In a story with several possible endings readers are cast in the role of a young person who must save the world s coolest grandma from her alien kidnappers

  • Title: Secret Agent Grandma
  • Author: R.L. Stine
  • ISBN: 9780590847759
  • Page: 241
  • Format: Paperback
  • In a story with several possible endings, readers are cast in the role of a young person who must save the world s coolest grandma from her alien kidnappers.

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    1. This was one of those special kinds of Goosebumps books in which you got to certain points in the story, and R.L. Stine gave you a choice for what you, as the character, would do. Of course, I can't recollect the story of this so well, as it was many years since I last read it, and tried to get to the end without my character meeting his death. But I remember finding the concept pretty mind-blowing at the time. It was basically like an imaginary role-playing video game. My brother and I used to [...]

    2. I am going to write a review about the book Secret Agent Grandma. this book was about this grandma that she was in a scary costume but i didn't get it because it kept telling me at the bottom of the page that to go to another page to see what happen and i do and it gets confusing because it douse not give you or tell you whats going on then at the end of most of the pages it will say "THE END"i would recommend nobody this book because its really confusing and you wont enjoy it

    3. So, one of the challenges I am in this year has me reading a horror book. Yeah, I don't do horror books. I'm a wuss of the first order. So I thought why not try one for teens? Yeah, even teens have more stamina than me. So I thought what about a kid's book of horror? - and what better than Goosebumps? I picked this one because - well - I'm a grandmother It was fun! I think I read every iteration of the choices.

    4. I enjoyed the whole pick your path idea!You can create your own story along the lines of the book!Good job RL Stine!

    5. A fun read. But if you are anything like me, you will get confused easily because I liked to retrace my path every time the story ended. I literally went down every path in the book.

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