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by Richard Brightfield,Frank Bolle

eBook Master of Aikido (Choose Your Own Adventure 166) download ISBN: 0553566261
Author: Richard Brightfield,Frank Bolle
Publisher: Bantam Books (December 1, 1995)
Language: English
ePub: 1387 kb
Fb2: 1694 kb
Rating: 4.9
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Category: Children's Books

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1995) (Book 166 in the Choose Your Own Adventure series) A novel by Richard Brightfield. You stand with your fellow passengers waiting to make your move. A squadron of desperate freedom fighters armed with machetes surrounds you. Beyond them lie the terrors of the jungle.

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In later books, Frank Bolle's artwork looks greater. I like reading about basic Kung Fu techniques and meeting with Ling. However, there are some mistakes Richard Brightfield has made. For example Chinese surnames came first, not last.

This book was stupid. For one thing, it had almost nothing to do with Tae Kwon Do or martial arts. It was just a lame adventure about the CIA and a lunatic South Korean military leader who wants to take over North Korea. Emphasis on the word "lame. Save your money for Master of Kung Fu, Master of Karate, or better yet, Master of martial arts. One person found this helpful.

Brightfield, Richard; Bolle, Frank. Plot-your-own stories. New York : Bantam Books. An Edward Packard book.

1989 SC Master of Kung Fu (Choose Your Own Adventure, No. 88) Richard Brightfield illustrated by Frank Bolle. 1989 SC The Perfect Planet (Choose Your Own Adventure, No. 80) Edward Packard illustrated by Leslie Morrill. Name to endpaper as shown. Adhesive residue and wear to cover as shown.

Richard Brightfield (born 1927) is an American writer of children's gamebooks. He wrote a number of Choose Your Own Adventure books, and was the first author to establish himself within that series after its founders Edward Packard and . Although he is probably best known among collectors of that series for his books on martial arts, his earliest works for that series had quite different subject matter, being focused on various scientific topics or fantasy.

The dangerous jungles of East Timor provide the setting for an exciting, action-packed martial arts escapade as you and your friends choose your own adventure after being hijacked by desperate freedom fighters. Original.
Comments: (2)
Positives: If you are interested in aikido, you can learn some of its principles in this book, basically, that it is defensive only, and you cannot (therefore) have touraments. Interesting.

Negatives: Is it realistic, in any day and age, for a teenager to travel halfway across the world to attend an "aikido conference"? It is especially not realistic now. If you choose the realistic path, of minding your parents preferences to stay home, your adventure ends immediately.

No matter what, though, you can never attend the conference, which is a shame, because I was more than curious to see what such a conference would entail, and why my physical presence was worth all of the effort in getting there (it is in Indonesia).

The bulk of the adventure is managing your reaction to being on a hijacked plane with some rebels, who may or may not be in the right in the fight against their government.

I have fond memories of these CYOA books, but I suspect the later ones tend a greater tendency to phone it in. This one isn't terrible, but certainly not great.
Richard Brightfield is nice enough to include not only the probably basic knowledge of aikido but also East Timor's desire for independence from Indonesia in the book.
It can broaden our minds by making us aware of the oppression in East Timor and learn about the aikido techniques.