Secret of the Ninja

Secret of the Ninja

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NINJUTSU IS THE ANCIENT WAY OF INVISIBILITY. WHAT DOES IT HAVE TO DO WITH THE STRANGE PROBLEMS AT YOUR FRIEND NADA'S AIKIDO DOJO?

Ominous things are happening at the dojo of your good friend Nada—powerful thunderstorms in the middle of dry season, objects that seem to move by themselves, piercing sounds coming from empty rooms. Nada traces it all to the arrival of a samurai sword from an anonymous benefactor. The sword has highly unusual and distinct carvings on its hilt. Nada feels the dojo is under attack and the sword has something to do with it. From nowhere appear five ninja, armed with swords, staffs, and blades. One of the ninjas draws his sword. With shock you realize that it is the sword from Nada's dojo! You meet his attack with aikido defense, grabbing the ninja's sword arm with your left hand. The sword flies off to your right. If you go for the sword, turn to page 18. If you go for the ninja, turn to page 108. YOU choose what happens next!

Title:Secret of the Ninja
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9781933390161
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    Secret of the Ninja Reviews

  • Zacaro Caro

    First choose your own I ever read, a special place in my heart for turning me in to this series -- and very, very suspenseful to my young imagination....

  • Mike Angelillo

    Be warned!!! This is a very difficult book.My outcomes were as follows:1. Arrested for B & E (opposing clan's dojo) THE END2. Burned alive in a ninja launched fire ball THE END3. Accidently pushed key...

  • Janet

    I like choose your own adventure bc I like a book that starts with a "WARNING!!!" and instructions on how to read it (NOT from beginning to end, ya dangus!!) I found all the endings bc I cheat and use...

  • Henry

    it was cool because I like ninja's and samuri's....

  • Brent Ecenbarger

    This was the first choose your own adventure book my boys picked out. They had fun with the concept, but I've got to think they're disappointed that we made it all the way to a happy ending and didn't...

  • Sandy Jones

    I remembered really loving these books as a kid. I loved that you had some (however little) control of the direction the story took. That still held true. However, even though I read through the book ...

  • Marena

    I hadn’t read one of these since I was a kid. So I did a buddy read with my 8 year old. He made notes with his choices and then I read it and did the same. Then we compared our stories. It was a ver...

  • Benjamin Stahl

    Pretty silly but entertaining anyway. ...

  • Lynn K.

    Lots of mystery and intrigue!...

  • Alexander Gonzalez

    Unfortunately, Not as fun or entertaining as the "choose your own adventure" of my youth....