Deep in the Jungle of Doom

Deep in the Jungle of Doom You re headed to a South American jungle with your nature study class Everything seems pretty cool at first but then you start to get bored Where s the beach Where s the excitement So you and your fr

  • Title: Deep in the Jungle of Doom
  • Author: R.L. Stine
  • ISBN: 9780590847681
  • Page: 288
  • Format: Paperback
  • You re headed to a South American jungle with your nature study class Everything seems pretty cool at first, but then you start to get bored Where s the beach Where s the excitement So you and your friend decide to do a little exploring on your own That s when you see something so freaky, all you want to do is get out of there If you run screaming down one trail, you You re headed to a South American jungle with your nature study class Everything seems pretty cool at first, but then you start to get bored Where s the beach Where s the excitement So you and your friend decide to do a little exploring on your own That s when you see something so freaky, all you want to do is get out of there If you run screaming down one trail, you ll end up at a waterfall with a creepy underground cave If you choose the other trail, you ll eat some fruit that turns you into a crazy looking sea monster Will you get back to normal before things start to get really fishy The choice is yours in this scary GOOSEBUMPS adventure that s packed with over 20 super spooky endings

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    1. من دیوونه ی داستانهای معمایی و ماجراجویی با شخصیت های کم سن و سال هستم. الان دو سه سالی میگذره از وقتی که من خوندن و جمع کردن کالکشن کتابای ترجمه و چاپ شده ی استاینو تموم کردم. تو این چند سال با این که کتابای هیجان انگیز و دوست داشتنی ای خوندم اما بدون کتابای استاین که واقعا بخش ب [...]

    2. Deep in the Jungle of Doom is a Give Yourself Goosebumps book, which means that it takes the form of a ‘Choose Your Own Adventure‘ book. Basically, the reader is given choices, and they have to flick through the book to the right page to see what happens to them.In this book, there are around 20 different endings, which means that it’s a lot of fun with a lot of possibility. Here, you find yourself in the middle of the jungle, and when you eat a delicious-looking piece of fruit, you turn i [...]

    3. Deep in the Jungle of Doom is a Give Yourself Goosebumps book, which means that it takes the form of a ‘Choose Your Own Adventure‘ book. Basically, the reader is given choices, and they have to flick through the book to the right page to see what happens to them.In this book, there are around 20 different endings, which means that it’s a lot of fun with a lot of possibility. Here, you find yourself in the middle of the jungle, and when you eat a delicious-looking piece of fruit, you turn i [...]

    4. The only goosebumps book i was brave enough to read as a kid. The way i saw it, if i got scared it was my fault. i was in middle school at the time so it wasn't scary at all to me. Don't know if the other books were like this though. Would recommend this to any kid who likes the choose your own adventure books. The outcomes you choose are creative and the stories are fun

    5. - I am not a real fan of books where you have to choose what to do. I am more of a 'go along with the author's imagination' kind of guy - You go exploring a South American jungle, get away from the group, meet a gargoyle, and then 'if you do this, then go to this page' - Some of the endings include (a) End 1 = Being burnt to death by a dragon(b) End 2 = Being turned into a sea monster(c) End 3= Getting eaten by a carnivorous plant (d) End 4 = Being turned into a sea monster and then back to huma [...]

    6. Source: I own this book. Cost: Unknown Title:Deep in the Jungle of Doom Series:Give Yourself Goosebumps #11 Author:RL Stine Overall Rating:4 starsThis is my favourite Give Yourself Goosebumps book because it kind of has humour behind it, maybe it was just me that picked up on it but I loved the whole idea of being in the middle of a jungle filled with monsters and mystery. I love how the little descriptions at the bottom tell you which page to go to, "Doggie paddle to page 6."Favourite ending: Z [...]

    7. Between my school library and the public library, there weren't that many GYG books available to me. However, I managed to find this one back in the day and it was pretty great. I liked the jungle setting, which reminded me a lot of the island setting from the Tiki Island one. There were a lot of third parties in this book including Warrior Women, some big-game hunters, a jungle tribe, and a troll. The two storylines involve either turning into a fish-creature or getting lost and encountering a [...]

    8. This is an excellent, taut, scary adventure that takes full advantages of the unique properties afforded to gamebooks, and uses those properties to the book's full use. R.L. Stine's creativity and plot direction are impressive, and as he so often does, he develops an intriguing, suspenseful story that should appeal to both Goosebumps and Choose Your Own Adventure readers (myself falling into both camps). I definitely recommend this gamebook.

    9. One plot thread actually had a goal, which made it a bit more fun. There were only two random choices (I believe), so that means you *gasp* have a real choice most of the time. Plus, the book is set in the jungle, which is always nice.

    10. This was one of my favorite books growing up because no matter how times you read it, it was a different story!

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