November 23, 2014

@EgmontUSA #Review & #Giveaway #Week Jungle Trek (Temple Run #1) by Chase Wilder

Temple Run, the fastest-growing mobile game app, is taking its biggest leap yet, jumping into children's books with a series of adventure books just right for middle-graders. Watch out, Indiana Jones, a new hero is in town: you the reader!

Synopsis: Temple Run #1: Jungle Trek is a wilderness survival story. You're a lucky kid--you've had advantages all your life. For your birthday, you're having a destination party: a campout and scavenger hunt in an exotic locale with just a young party planner, the beautiful Scarlett Fox, and a handsome outdoorsman, Guy Dangerous, who will act as your guide. The two of them will chaperone--no parents! 

But on the way there, your plane crash-lands in the mountains. Scarlett Fox and Guy Dangerous may or may not be on your side, depending on how you navigate the story. Or they may be there for their own purposes, having engineered the crash to take place in a remote location to steal a valuable artifact that they plan to sell. Depending on the choices you make, you will reach safety in time to enjoy your party, or you will be kidnapped and held for ransom, buying Guy and Scarlett time to make off with the treasure. You decide!
 About the Author

Chase Wilder loves to combine his two favorite activitites, writing and exploring. When not escaping from furious monkeys, he spends his time scuba-diving and mountain climbing. The author lives in TK.

So this one my daughter kidnapped as soon as it came. She also took book two and the apptivity book. She wants happy when I told her she couldn't do the activities haha. This one she read in one day and said that it was a fast paced read that kids of all ages will love.  She is in 5th grade and she loved it and said that it was entertaining.

 Go Into This One Knowing 
Fun, Inventive, and Cool 

"All opinions are 100% honest and my own." 

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  Disclaimer: Thanks to Goodreads and Amazon for the book cover, about the book, and author information.


Thais Pampado said...

I had no idea the app was turned into a book, that's really cool!

I can't wait for Of Monsters and Madness.

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