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Statue of Liberty Adventure (Choose Your Own Adventure #58) Paperback – June 1, 1986
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Grade 4-6 With this year's high interest in the Statue of Liberty, it is not surprising that it has been worked into the participation format. In this one, you are on a class trip to visit the Statue and can have two separate types of adventuresa modern search for treasure hidden in the Statue, or a time-travel voyage as an immigrant orphan coming to America. The historical adventure plots are more accurate and involving, and they give a fair sample of shipboard and immigration problems at the turn of the century. Lots of information about the Statue is woven into the book.
Copyright 1986 Reed Business Information, Inc.
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Characters are well established.
The time travel path is crummy! There is only one interesting ending for that path (albeit a very good one), and the rest are depressing. I tend to like bad endings, but these bad endings were arbitrary and not due to some foolish action on your part. Yes, there is one way you can make it back to your own time, but none of the choices logically lead to that ending, which makes this storyline consist mainly of random wandering.
The storyline involving the puzzle is decently entertaining. The puzzle is not as good as the puzzles in Carol Gaskin's "Master of Mazes," but nonetheless still worth a read.
This book is very similar to "Spy for George Washington" in the respect that:
* one main path is interesting and the other is dull
* it is easy to get a good ending (for the interesting path)
Both books are entertaining as long as you choose the interesting path.