Cinderella, Ninja Warrior

Cinderella, Ninja Warrior

Book - 2011
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In this twist on the traditional tale, Cinderella trains as a ninja warrior to help her escape the control of her evil stepmother and attend a special Magic Festival at the palace. The reader is given chances throughout the text to choose the direction of the plot.
Publisher: San Diego, Calif. : Baker & Taylor, c2011.
ISBN: 9781607102557
Branch Call Number: J FIC McGow
Characteristics: 314 p. --


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crystal_dark Jun 20, 2014

This was a really fun retelling of Cinderella. This book was really interesting and I enjoyed the fact that the author lets you pick what the character does at different points in the book. I definitely plan on rereading this book with different routes. Perhaps even all 8 routes eventually. (This time I read route: 1, 2, 4, 6, 7, 9) I loved reading this route and seeing how the story unraveled. All the different characters were really interesting and I loved seeing how they interacted with one another. I especially loved Cinderella and her relationship with Ty.

JSpecht1 Jun 07, 2014

Loved this book! Awesome...must read!

Aug 07, 2012

A pedestrian retelling of the Cinderella. There is an attempt to make it exciting and new by having Cinderella train to be a sorceress and ninja in her spare time, but it feels forced. This may also be due to the structure of the novel to fit into the "Choose Your Own Adventure" style.

Not really worth it.

Aug 09, 2011

i didnt like cinderella as much as i liked the prince though.

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