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Terror in Ghost Mansion (Twisted Journeys #3)

3.56  ·  Rating Details ·  39 Ratings  ·  9 Reviews
Your worst fears come true when you?re trapped in a very haunted house! Every Twisted Journeys? graphic novel lets YOU control the action by choosing which path to follow. Which twists and turns will your journey take?
Paperback, 111 pages
Published September 1st 2007 by Graphic Universe (first published 2007)
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Robin Duple
Sep 26, 2011 Robin Duple rated it liked it
Lots of kids that come to the children's department in our public library are enthusiastic about books written in the format of plot-your-own stories, such as the Choose Your Own Adventure series. In case you're not familiar with these, they are stories that give the reader options to influence the outcome of different situations that arise. For example,

Just as you reach the door, you hear a blood-curdling scream! Do you...
Open the door? Turn to page 63!
Turn and run back up the stairs? Turn to
Karen Arendt
Jan 21, 2017 Karen Arendt rated it really liked it
Shelves: middle-grade, scary
A great choose your own adventure for those that like scary stories.
May 08, 2008 Rebecca rated it liked it
Recommends it for: 5th grade and up
Interesting concept: choose your own adventure in graphic novel format. The combination of interactivity, visual storytelling, and scary topics makes this a good series for reluctant readers.

Personally, I found the alternating text-and-comics pages to be very jarring. You read a page of text and imagine what's happening; then you jump to a comics page and it's hard to re-orient yourself into the story, especially if the setting looks different than you imagined. (Incidentally, I think the reaso
May 09, 2008 Luke rated it liked it
I found this one a little strange. Would've been better had there been a set storyline. This pick-your-own-path book often shortened the time I read it and became tiring. I attempted multiple endings, but still didn't exactly satisfy me.
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GN FIC STO; Graphic Novel; Choose Your Own Adventure; Ghostss; Sept.18/12
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Paul D. Storrie was born and raised in Detroit, Michigan. He started writing professionally in 1998 with the comic book ROBYN OF SHERWOOD about Robin Hood's daughter.

Since then, he has written comics and graphic novels for Moonstone Books, DC Comics, Marvel Comics, IDW Publishing, Devil's Due Publishing, Bluewater Productions, and Lerner Books' Graphic Universe division. He has also written short
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Twisted Journeys (1 - 10 of 22 books)
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  • Escape from Pyramid X (Twisted Journeys, #2)
  • The Treasure of Mount Fate (Twisted Journeys, #4)
  • Nightmare on Zombie Island (Twisted Journeys, #5)
  • The Time Travel Trap (Twisted Journeys, #6)
  • Vampire Hunt (Twisted Journeys, #7)
  • Alien Incident on Planet J (Twisted Journeys, #8)
  • Agent Mongoose and the Hypno-beam Scheme (Twisted Journeys, #9)
  • The Goblin King (Twisted Journeys, #10)
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