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Terror on the Titanic (Choose Your Own Adventure (Chooseco) #24)

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April 10, 1912. You are in Cobh, Ireland, about to embark on the maiden voyage of the RMS Titanic. Once aboard you and your friend Jessica explore the world's most luxurious ship and study how it operates. You also observe the crew. This is all thrilling and excitement fills the air. But the excitement turns to terror as the Titanic heads towards a giant iceberg! You spot

Paperback, 144 pages
Published December 1st 2007 by Chooseco (first published 1996)
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Sahej Panag
May 14, 2015 Sahej Panag rated it liked it
In this book I act as myself, and as each page goes on I have to choose different paths to help myself survive, and some choices can even lead to death. So I want to desperately survive dying aboard the Titanic, but as we approach the iceberg I find out many secrets of the people onboard, and my surviving chance gets thinner, and thinner as I am now an enemy of the people aboard the Titanic. So, when I am sitting out on front of the titanic, and watching the scenery with my friend Jessica I noti ...more
Samantha Glasser
Apr 02, 2012 Samantha Glasser rated it it was amazing
This book combined two of my favorite things: Choose Your Own Adventure and Titanic. You are on board the famous ship and trying to survive. You can choose to build your own raft to survive, try to dive into the water and hope a lifeboat picks you up, or go down honorably with the ship. This one is full of excitement. I read it several times.
Wooden Horse
I loved these kinds of books as a kid. I think I even remember where they were on the shelf of the old Cambrian Library that has since been rebuilt. I read it through a few times, changing my choices each time. I got annoyed after finding the second page forwarding error and yet plugged along trying to imagine my 7-10 year old self getting excited with deciding the fate of the characters, weighing the pros and cons of each decision. I was left wanting a more complete story with better illustrati ...more
Jan 17, 2016 Yassin rated it liked it
I read this book called Terror On The Titanic. It was by the same author but it had a different cover. This was not a normal book. The book was based on chose your own adventure. This is when you read a little bit to a certain spot and then there will be a check point from here it tells you if you want to do this then go to page 36 or anything else. The cool thing is it has all the information that is in the normal titanic story. For the people that love the titanic story this would be a very ni ...more
Apr 23, 2012 Dolly rated it really liked it
Recommends it for: children who enjoy choose-your-own adventure books
Our oldest has been bringing home various You Choose books from her elementary school library. And now at our local library we've discovered some of the books from the original Choose Your Own Adventure series that I read when I was a child. I remember loving books like this in my childhood and I am excited that our girls are discovering them as well.

This book focuses on the Titanic disaster, which I thought was fitting since the tragic event occurred just over 100 years ago and there's been a l
Mar 23, 2014 Alyssa rated it it was amazing
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Choose your own Adventure: Terror on the Titanic by, Jim Wallace is an amazing story. I love the Choose your own Adventure books. They are so interesting and amazing. Terror on the Titanic was on of my favorite Choose your own Adventure books because I love the Titanic and all together it was just an interesting, and amazing book. Jim Wallace is an amazing author.
I flipped through this book after I requested it for a Titanic-themed YA party at my library. For a Choose Your Own Adventure, it seemed way too easy to get a "happy" ending where you survive, especially given that the setting is the Titanic and the protagonist is assumed to be a young man. When I read them as a child, I seem to remember always getting a death ending.

This series were never great books even when I read them in the early 1990s, but somehow they seem to have stood the test of time;
May 28, 2015 Cassandra rated it liked it
Loved these when I was a kid. I died.
Marts  (Thinker)
Dec 11, 2007 Marts (Thinker) rated it it was amazing
Lets go back to April 1912 with adventure #24 of the 'Choose your own adventure' series, Terror on the Titanic... in these books the reader gets to be the central character by choosing what path the tale follows through a variety of endings...
Nick West
Oct 09, 2014 Nick West rated it liked it
Shelves: titanic
Decent. Many of the endings fail to factor in the main plot line involving gold, which is sloppy storytelling even for a CYOA book. On the plus side the book does a pretty good job of being historically accurate on the Titanic.
Aug 13, 2013 Meadow rated it really liked it
I read this with my daughter and we had a great many adventure. She was always very excited when the ending didn't end in death. I love Titanic so this was great fun!
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