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Each path seemed similar to the next with the only difference being which alien or human is helping you escape the UFO. Refresh and try again. Other books in the series.

Dentro Del Ovni Elige Tu Propia Aventura 10, Unknown Author. (Hardcover )

There’s a way you can be rewarded if you even go so far as to not follow the book’s own rules, and that struck me as hokey. I was probably too easily pl So apparently I got abducted by aliens while travelling by concorde.

InChoose Your Own Adventure books once again began to be published, but none of Edward Packard’s titles have yet been included among the newly-released books. When I was a kid Easter Island was this strange place where there are stone heads all looking out to sea, however the catch was that since the island is treeless then how did the natives move the statues, and why did they abruptly cease making the statues.

With no way to get there. I hunted and hunted through this book, trying all manner of paths, until it clicked and I just looked for a “the end” page I hadn’t gotten to and – sure enough, there it was.


I was extremely engaged by this book, and angry that I could not get the ending I wanted!


It also had a “rumoured” end that you was supposed to be a utopian world you couldn’t get to by choice, only by fate. I dentor usually a completist when it came to reading series, but since Choose Your Own Adventure books generally weren’t related to each other, I made my peace with reading them out of order and trying to get the ones that seemed more tailored to my taste.

Apr 25, J. There’s a full-page picture of an Easter Island-esque head that looks like it was included simply to fill up pages. Let me at it. It seems to defeat the purpose of this book.

Jul 25, Jacobus Arminius added it Shelves: Eventually, one hundred eighty-four Choose Your Own Adventure books would be published before production on new entries to the series ceased in Mar 04, Monica rated it it was amazing Shelves: Unlike us westerners, who had large sailing ships to take us around the world, all the Pacific Islanders had were canoes, which begs the question: Guess the UFO was best.

Not a bad book but the creativity only shines in intervals. May 28, Nathan Burgoine rated it it was amazing. Practically speaking in terms of imagining I’m the character, I don’t know how I was supposed to interpret this. I loved the choose your-own-adventure books during my early years, and believe these are a great set of books for those who are new to reading their own books.

This looked like science fiction, so aft You’re the protagonist and you’re going to space on UFO Jan 23, Jenna rated it it was amazing Shelves: There are no discussion topics on this book yet. After having read some of the reviews I must admit that I do remember reading this particular book, and I guess the funny alien on the cover also triggers memories.


Inside UFO by Edward Packard

Aug 12, Brendon Schrodinger rated it it was ok Shelves: Cindy rated it liked it Jul 15, This looked like science fiction, so after boring mysteries and disconnected adventures, I figured I’d like it.

Well, there was a movie that I saw a couple of years ago called ‘Paul’ which was about a couple of geeks from England who went to Comicon and then decided to tour the UFO spots in the United States, however beyond that UFOs seem to have been put back into the realm of science fiction.

Feb 26, Lucas rated it liked it Shelves: And it was good compared to some of the other ones I’d been reading, because the endings didn’t all seem to be slightly different versions of the same inevitability an By this point in the Choose Your Own Adventure series, I was starting to get bored with the nonsensical endings and contrived choices, so I tried to gravitate toward the titles that seemed the most likely to follow a fantasy or science fiction path.