Indiana Jones and the Eye of the Fates

Indiana Jones and the Eye of the Fates Will you and Indiana Jones locate he Eye of the Fates The legends say that whoever possesses the crystal Eye has the power to see and even change the future In the wreck of an ancient ship Indiana Jo

  • Title: Indiana Jones and the Eye of the Fates
  • Author: Richard Wenk
  • ISBN: 9780345317162
  • Page: 198
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Will you and Indiana Jones locate he Eye of the Fates The legends say that whoever possesses the crystal Eye has the power to see and even change the future In the wreck of an ancient ship, Indiana Jones finds pieces of Perseus golden shield which contains clues to the location of the mysterious Eye Unfortunately, reporters reveal this astonishing discovery and the raceWill you and Indiana Jones locate he Eye of the Fates The legends say that whoever possesses the crystal Eye has the power to see and even change the future In the wreck of an ancient ship, Indiana Jones finds pieces of Perseus golden shield which contains clues to the location of the mysterious Eye Unfortunately, reporters reveal this astonishing discovery and the race is on Your father, a museum curator, says that you must accompany Indy on his desperate mission to find the Eye and keep it from falling into the wrong hands.Before you know it, you re dashing from Mount Olympus to distant Japan, searching for this amazing artifact Your lives are constantly in jeopardy as you are pursued by ruthless villains eager to exploit the power of the Eye You must decide which moves to make You have to choose the directions that will lead to your goal Every fascinating and dangerous step of the way, it is up to you to Find Your Fate.

    One thought on “Indiana Jones and the Eye of the Fates”

    1. You can't read a "choose your own adventure" and expect anything but crap. And Indiana Jones and the Eye of the Fates is absolute crap.The narrative, if it can be called that, is elementary and clunky. The story is just plain silly. And Indiana Jones is barely Indiana Jones. If it wasn't for the occasional mention of his hat and the fact that he's looking for some artifact, one wouldn't have a clue who he was.But none of that is really important if you're reading it with a little boy you love, a [...]

    2. MiloŇ°: I want to say that the boy was really cute, and he was really nice helping Indy.Pa: How did you like choosing what to do?MiloŇ°: I did like choosing what to do, actually. It was pretty cool. Wellahat's what I liked about it.

    3. Before I begin this little review, I'd like to say that I was a little biased about giving this book 4 out of 5 stars. I gave the book such a rating because I am a huge huge Indiana Jones fan, but if I weren't being biased I'd would probably give it 3 out of 5 stars. The book is one of those retro "Find Your Fate" books. I was really happy to find one that included my favorite adventurer Indiana Jones. The story is about Indiana Jones and his search for the fabled eye of the fates and the reader [...]

    4. Hey listen. Eye of the Fates was such an adventure to me as a child, even with the fact that it was short, and my copy was falling apart, I can still remember Indy asking me "what's your plan, kid?". Fond memories.

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