Secret of the Pyramids (Choose Your Own Adventure, #19)

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  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 116 pages
  • Secret of the Pyramids (Choose Your Own Adventure, #19)
  • Richard Brightfield
  • English
  • 13 June 2017
  • 0553232959

About the Author: Richard Brightfield

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Secret of the Pyramids (Choose Your Own Adventure, #19) WILL YOU DISCOVER THE SECRET OF THE PYRAMIDS You are in Egypt to help your uncle Bruce with his scientific experiments You are investigating a theory that the ancient pyramids possess strong mystical powers You have just entered the Great Pyramid An underground tunnel leads you to a dark and mysterious chamber You are the first person to discover it Is this a clue to the secret of the Pyramids or a room of danger If you decide to explore the chamber, turn to page 24 If you decide to get help from the men outside the pyramid, turn to page 90 What happens next in the story It all depends on the choices you make You might fall into the Well of the Ancients, or be trapped inside a cursed tomb Or you might run into assassins who are out to get you How does the story end Only you can find out And the best part is that you can keep reading and rereading until you ve had not one, but many incredibly daring experiences Best Download [ Secret of the Pyramids (Choose Your Own Adventure, #19) ] author [ Richard Brightfield ] – scottishhomebakingawards.co.uk

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12 thoughts on “Secret of the Pyramids (Choose Your Own Adventure, #19)

  1. Josiah says:

    Richard Brightfield went on to write many Choose Your Own Adventure books, but Secret of the Pyramids was his first contribution to the series, and his lack of experience at that point is somewhat evident You are at home after school one afternoon when your Uncle Bruce, a scientist, telephones He s headed to Egypt to investigate an energy phenomenon reportedly centered around the Pyramids Preliminary research suggests the Pyramids may actually be an ancient conduit to harness cosmic rays for Richard Brightfield went on to write many Choose Your Own Adventure books, but Secret of the Pyramids was his first contribution to the series, and his lack of experience at that point is somewhat evident You are at home after school one afternoon when your Uncle Bruce, a scientist, telephones He s headed to Egypt to investigate an energy phenomenon reportedly centered around the Pyramids Preliminary research suggests the Pyramids may actually be an ancient conduit to harness cosmic rays for use, a revelation that would forever alter energy consumption on earth Uncle Bruce doesn t have to ask twice for you to join him on his adventure Within days the two of you are off to the Middle East, but you grow uneasy even before your plane lands in Cairo Are you paranoid, o...

  2. Monica says:

    Eres una joven que tiene un t o cient fico y viajero Un d a recibes una llamada en la cual te propone que lo acompa es a Egipto, ya que all l vuelve para continuar su investigaci n acerca del poder energ tico de las pir mides en concreto al situar bajo sus c maras centrales rayos c smicos y sus misterios C mo no, accedes encantada por el viaje ex tico que a tus inexpertos ojos se aventurapero no prev s los peligros y sucesos de misteriosa ndole que posiblemente te encontrar sRichar Eres una joven que tiene un t o cient fico y viajero Un d a recibes una llamada en la cual te propone que lo acompa es a Egipto, ya que all l vuelve para continuar su investigaci n acerca del poder energ tico de las pir mides en concreto al situar bajo sus c maras centrales rayos c smicos y sus misterios C mo no, accedes encantada por el viaje ex tico que a tus inexpertos ojos se aventurapero no prev s los peligros y sucesos de misteriosa ndole que posiblemente te encontrar sRichard Brightfield es un autor que se integr , una vez abierta la veda por los ide logos Packard y Montgomerry, dentro del grupo de escritores de la serie de elecci n de aventuras Su pluma no es mala y especialmente lo mejor es la trama de partida de sus narraciones c mo en el presente caso Y c mo no nos va a maravillar vivir aventuras en las misteriosas pir mides y el...

  3. Shelley says:

    Bueno, ya No he estado mucho tiempo en Egipto, pero al menos no he muerto.

  4. Dane Barrett says:

    This is a straightforward CYOA book from Richard Brightfield As his first he d gone a fairly safe route with a bit of mystery and espionage set in Egypt Funnily enough not much of the story is spent in or near the pyramids but what is there keeps you guessing.The main issue with the mystery aspect of the book is that other than My Uncle might be about to discover a new unlimited energy source there s not much in the way of explanation as to why absolutely everyone is trying to kill or kidnap This is a straightforward CYOA book from Richard Brightfield As his first he d gone a fairly safe route with a bit of mystery and espionage set in Egypt Funnily enough not much of the story is spent in or near the pyramids but what is there keeps you guessing.The main issue with the mystery aspect of the book is that other than My Uncle might be about to discover a new unlimited energy source th...

  5. Andre says:

    Good Diverse story.Bad Unlimited energy and many other silliness.

  6. Samantha Glasser says:

    When I was a kid, I devoured anything and everything having to do with ancient Egypt.

  7. David Sarkies says:

    An Adventure in Giza16 September 2012 The pyramids of Giza have always held humanity in awe In fact they are the only remaining one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World It seems that Cheops succeed in building a monument to him that would last through the ages, but then again many kings in dictatorial realms, especially those who are drunk with power, always want to be remembered Hey, I guess many of us want to be remembered after we are gone as well In a way it is a form of immortality An Adventure in Giza16 September 2012 The pyramids of Giza have always held humanity in awe In fact they are the only remaining one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World It seems that Cheops succeed in building a monument to him that would last through the ages, but then again many kings in dictatorial realms, especially those who are drunk with power, always want to be remembered Hey, I guess many of us want to be remembered after we are gone as well In a way it is a form of immortality, but it is a form of immortality that is only granted to a few There have been many theories behind these magnificent structures that to write a game book trying to encompass all of them would be a challenge, and from what I noted in the other review was that Brightfield pretty much failed in that Then again I guess there is only so much you can do in ...

  8. Petercsm730 says:

    The first thing I noticed about Secret of the Pyramids Choose Your Own Adventure 19 was the art by Anthony Kramer It s unintentionally creepy as everybody looks like what best can be described as deranged toddlers Sometimes with facial hair As if acknowledging this the artist spares the reader some anguish by having almost half of his drawings highlight the back of someone s head There are also two drawings of a sandstorm that look like toys beneath a rippling surface of water That s the The first thing I noticed about Secret of the Pyramids Choose Your Own Adventure 19 was the art by Anthony Kramer It s unintentionally creepy as everybody looks like what best can be described as deranged toddlers Sometimes with facial hair As if acknowledging this the artist spares the reader some anguish by having almost half of his drawings highlight the back of someone s head There are also two drawings of a sandstorm that look like toys beneath a rippling surface of water That s the most upbeat description I can gi...

  9. Nathan Burgoine says:

    Choose Your Own Adventure were my favourite books when I was nine and ten years old I loved being the hero of the story, and I loved reading and re reading the book, trying to find my way to every page The copies I actually owned I would put little pencil marks on the pages I d made it to, and little checks on the choices so I could go a different way next time through I adored them, and checked out the ones I didn t have from the library over and over again and kept track of which pages I Choose Your Own Adventure were my favourite books when I was nine and ten years old I loved being the hero of the story, and I loved reading and re reading the book, trying to find my way to every page The copies I actually owned I would put little pencil marks on the pages I d made it to, and little checks on the choices so I could go a different way next time through I adored them, and checked out the ones I didn t have from the library over and over again and kept track of which page...

  10. Colton says:

    Yeah, this one kind of sucked While I love the off the wall randomness of these books, the author has to at least make some attempt to cohere the separate storylines into something resembling consistency ...

  11. Hector says:

    Tuve un buen final a la primera, aunque no pareciera que mis decisiones tuvieran mucho que ver con el resultado El arte que acompa a a la historia es mal simo Decepcionante, quiz s los otros libros sean mejores.

  12. Mikana says:

    I loved the choose your own adventure books during my early years, and believe these are a great set of books for those who are new to reading their own books.