Item description for Terror on the Titanic (Choose Your Own Adventure: Classic #24 (Choose Your Own Adventure) by James Wallace & Sittisan Sundaravej...
Overview Readers are placed in the character of a passenger aboard the Titanic on the night of its fatal sinking, and are challenged to survive by making choices that result in dozens of possible endings.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.25" Width: 3.75" Height: 6.75" Weight: 0.25 lbs.
Release Date Dec 1, 2007
ISBN 1933390247 ISBN13 9781933390246
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More About James Wallace & Sittisan Sundaravej
Gregory Bassham is Professor and Chair of the Philosophy Department at King's College (Pa.). He is the author or editor of seven books, including The Lord of the Rings and Philosophy (2003), The Ultimate Harry Potter and Philosophy (Wiley, 2010), and The Hobbit and Philosophy (forthcoming 2012). William Irwin is Professor of Philosophy at King's College, author of eleven books, and Series Editor of the Blackwell Philosophy and Pop Culture series. Henry Nardone is Emeritus Professor of Philosophy at King's College. His publications include scholarly articles on critical thinking and aesthetics. James M. Wallace, Professor of English at King's College, is the author or co-author of two books, including Critical Thinking (4th ed., 2011).
James Wallace has an academic affiliation as follows - KING'S COLLEGE.
Reviews - What do customers think about Terror on the Titanic (Choose Your Own Adventure: Classic #24 (Choose Your Own Adventure)?
A book that was good enough Jul 31, 2002
This book was good enough to grab my attention, especially because there weren't choices at every page, like some books which I don't like. This book was also exciting enough so that I was tempted to read on and on. I am also liking the fact that there is a VHS tape, and I can't wait to get that!
So if you're looking for a good Choose Your Own Adventure story, you've come to the right one.
I love the book Aug 10, 2000
This book is great,I am a Titanic lover and also I wanted to know what it was like on the Titanic and it gave a chance to what happen on the titanic.So your not a titanic lover like me,Its ok if you don't have to read this book,but I think its.So give this book a try.
Not very good Apr 29, 1999
This book was terrible! Choose your own adventure books are hard to keep up with where the choces are. It's better to read a book with a set plot. Also, it has hardly anything on everyday life on the ship. It's okay if you like Choose your own adventures, though
Good introductory tape on the Titanic Jul 2, 1998
The tape is good at introducing the Titanic story, posing questions, and then answering them using a mix of film footage, still photos, and computer animations to illustrate the narration. Much of the film footage is of ships other than either Titanic or her sister Olympic so some of the intended effect is lost. The information is broad is scope, from conceptual idea to finding the wreck, and presented in a clear and concise manner. It is hardly definitive, but does provide a good starting point for further reading. END
If you see this book, get it! Mar 20, 1998
I'm in 3rd grade, and Terror on the Titanic was the best book I've ever read. I loved the way you could choose want you want to do. My favorite thing about it is that you can read it as many times as you want and choose a different story each time. Once when I read it, I saved the Titanic. I liked how if you are on page 9, you can choose what's going to happen next--it tells you if you choose this option, go to page 17. If you choose another option, go to page 42. I liked how the book says "You are on board the RMS Titanic." When I first got it, I was addicted to reading it! I read the first page and kept reading it while going up the escalator at the store, in the car on the way home, and then for the rest of the night. I was fascinated by how I could imagine it looks to be on the Titanic. So if you see this book, GET IT!