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These Find Your Fate Adventure books are all published by Ballantine Books who also republished the R.L. Stine books in 1994 under the new name: Interactive Tales of Horror. This Indiana Jones Find Your Fate Adventure books list is complete. The missing numbers (10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, etc.) were based on characters like James Bond.

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Indiana Jones and the
Curse of Horror Island

Author: R.L. Stine
Publisher: Ballantine Books
Published: 1984 - Reprinted in 1994
Cover Art: David B. Mattingly

Young-adult sensation R.L. Stine is all over the bestseller lists, so this is the perfect time to release his interactive Indiana Jones adventures all over again. Sail to a dangerous tropical island in search of a priceless ebony idol, but watch out for the countless perils waiting: crocodiles, wild boars, rat-filled pits, and more.

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Indiana Jones and the
Treasure of Sheba

Author: Rose Estes
Publisher: Ballantine Books
Published: 1984

Indy travels to Ethiopia with young George Ballantine in search of George's father, Dr. Roger Ballentine, who had been kidnapped by Italian fascists. Dr. Ballentyne had a map to the lost treasure of Sheba and had invented a diamond laser. Indy and George either go to the capital, Addis Ababa, where they team up with a local bandit named Kassaye, or are followed by inept bunglers on a religious pilgrimage to Lalibela.

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Indiana Jones and the
Giants of the Silver Tower

Author: R.L. Stine
Publisher: Ballantine Books
Published: 1984 - Reprinted in 1994
Cover Art: David B. Mattingly

Deep in the mysterious Himalayan mountains of Tibet, a journalist and his daughter, Lilah, are separated during a snowstorm. He vanishes without a trace, but she makes it back to civilization with a tale of a Silver Tower that marks the entrance to a village inhabited by giants. Now you and the intrepid Indiana Jones must find Lilah's missing father somewhere beyond the snowcapped peaks where hideous monsters dwell, bent on destroying anyone who dares enter their sacred lands.

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Indiana Jones and the
Eye of the Fates

Author: Richard Wenk
Publisher: Ballantine Books
Published: 1984
Cover Art: David B. Mattingly

Greece, Indiana Jones recovers the shield of Perseus from a sunken ship. It gives clues to the location of the Eye of the Fates, which can show the future. Indy and a museum curator's kid travel to Mount Olympus with a Greek sailor named Costas, or to Japan where they meet Rene Belloq's brother Claude.

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Indiana Jones and the
Cup of the Vampire

Author: Andrew Helfer
Publisher: Ballantine Books
Published: 1984
Cover Art: David B. Mattingly

Indiana Jones and a young summer intern meet with a European archaeologist named Mihail Tepes. Mihail is the last living member of the Royal Romanian family of Dracula. Mihail believes that his ancestor, the bloodthirsty Prince Vlad still lives as a result of drinking from the Cup of Djemsheed, a solid gold, jewel-encrusted cup stolen from a Mosque in Persia during the sixteenth century and lost ever since. Indy, Mihail, and the intern travel to Romania and visit castle Dracula in search of the cup.

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Indiana Jones and the
Legion of Death

Author: Richard Wenk
Publisher: Ballantine Books
Published: 1984
Cover Art: David B. Mattingly

Indy travels with a museum curator's kid to Lake Titicaca to find a missing cargo plane at the request of reclusive millionaire Waldo Shyster-Haven. Indy's friend and fellow archaeologist, Sir Reginald Brooksbank, was aboard the cargo plane along with the Pendant of the Incas, a golden necklace that once belonged to Manco Capac and which gave the Inca King power over life and death.

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Indiana Jones and the
Cult of the Mummy's Crypt

Author: R.L. Stine
Publisher: Ballantine Books
Published: 1985 - Reprinted in 1994
Cover Art: David B. Mattingly

When two priceless mummies are stolen from the National Museum, it is your job to get them back. You travel with the intrepid Indiana Jones to Cairo, where an ancient cult has come back to life after a thousand years, but with a modern twist: laboratory cats trained as vicious killers.  The mysterious pyramids hold other terrors. Deep within the maze of secret chambers and underground chasms, scorpions and snakes abound. And something else lurks in the shadows... mummies that emerge from age-old tombs to walk the earth, hungry for human brains.

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Indiana Jones and the
Dragon of Vengeance

Author: Megan Stine
Publisher: Ballantine Books
Published: March 1985
Cover Art: David B. Mattingly

Indy's friend, John Penniman, is killed by someone looking for the Dragon of Vengeance. Indy goes to China in search of it, followed by a persistent young kid from New York City. Penniman's servant, Lo Cheng, reveals that the Dragon of Vengeance had been unearthed and two Chinese societies, the Golden Lotus and the White Tigers, were battling for it. Indy confronts the Golden Lotus leader in an ancient mountain temple.

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Indiana Jones and the
Gold of Genghis Kahn

Author: Ellen Weiss
Publisher: Ballantine Books
Published: April 1985
Cover Art: David B. Mattingly

On vacation in Venice with his young cousin, Indiana Jones meets an old friend, Giacomo Andrini, who claims to have found Marco Polo's diaries. Indy outwits one of Mussolini's Fascists and goes to Mongolia. There he meets Mongolian bandits led by a woman named Bortay.

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Indiana Jones and the
Ape Slaves of Howling Island

Author: R.L. Stine
Publisher: Ballantine Books
Published: 1986 - Reprinted in 1994
Cover Art: David B. Mattingly

A forbidding island filled with attack dogs, traps, a dangerous army of brainwashed gorillas, and a mad scientist presiding over it all make for a thrill-a-second adventure. Read along as R.L. Stine takes you and the intrepid Indiana Jones on the adventure of your life. But remember... your fate is in your hands!

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Indiana Jones and the
Mask of the Elephant

Author: Megan Stine & H. William Stine
Publisher: Ballantine Books
Published: February 1987
Cover Art: David B. Mattingly

Legend has it, deep in the Congo one thousand years ago, an enormous elephant terrorized an African tribe. To ward off the creature's angry spirit, the tribesmen fashioned a glittering gold and diamond elephant mask. Soon after, the killer bull vanished. And so did the priceless mask. But now Indiana Jones is cracking his whip in the Congo...

Choose Your Own Adventure is a gamebook series first published by Bantam Books throughtout the late 1970s to the later '90s. From 1992-93, Richard Brightfield wrote eight adaptations of The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles television series with cover art by George Tsui.

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The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles 1:
The Valley of the Kings

Published: February July 1992

The curse of an ancient tomb... The fabled City of Flowers... A nighttime trip up the Nile... A secret passage inside an ancient pyramid...and a lesson about archaeology...These are only some of the adventures you will have as young Indiana Jones.
The year is 1908, and you are traveling with your parents, Professor Henry and Anna Jones, and your tutor, Helen Seymour. Your father is about to give a series of lectures in Egypt. There you will explore the ancient land of the pharaohs and get to meet many famous figures in history, among them Lawrence of Arabia and famed archaeologist Howard Carter.
Will you encounter a cursed tomb? Or will you make an astounding archaeological discovery? Only you, as Indiana Jones, can choose your own adventure.

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The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles 2:
South of the Border

Published: July 1992

A train hijacked by Mexican revolutionaries... A vast desert surrounded by enemies... A crash landing of a military biplane... A desperate attack against a well-armed fortress...and a lesson in the corruption of power... These are only some of the adventures you will have as young Indiana Jones.
The year is 1916, and you are on spring break, traveling with your cousin Frank. On the U.S.-Mexico border, you become involved in the Mexican Revolution. you also get to meet many famous figures in history, including Pancho Villa, General Pershing, and George S. Patton.

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The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles 3:
Revolution in Russia

Published: Sept. 1992

A dangerous chase in U-boat infested waters... Dodging sniper fire during a political uprising... on hand for a historical speech by Lenin... The jazz clubs after dark... An attempt to overthrow the provisional government...and a lesson in poltiics and the desire for change... These are only some of the adventures you will have as young Indiana Jones.
The year is 1917, and you are traveling through Russia, working as an undercover spy for the French embassy. There you will experience life during wartime, and poltical chaos and debate. You'll also get to meet many famous figures in history, such as Vladimir Lenin, the leader of the Bolshevik Revolution, and the famous reporter John Reed.
Will you continue your career as a spy? Or will you be? Caught by reactionaries and get swept up in the Russian Revolution? Only you, as Indiana Jones, can choose your own adventure.

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The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles 4:
Masters of the Louvre

Published: January 1993

A race across the rooftops of Paris... The cafés of France after dark... A free-for-all at the Moulin Rouge... A guided tour through the galleries of the Louvre... and a lesson in the meaning of art... These are only some of the adventures you will have as young Indiana Jones.
The year is 1908, and you are in Paris, traveling with your parents, Professor Henry and Anna Jones, and your tutor, Miss Helen Seymour. While sightseeing, you become involved with the artists whose latest art movement will soon sweep the globe. You'll also get to meet many famous figures in history, such as Pablo Picasso, Degas, Georges Braque, Henri Rousseau, and Norman Rockwell.

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The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles 5:
African Safari

Published: March 1993

On safari with President Theodore Roosevelt... Captured by a warlike nomadic tribe... Charged by a man-eating hippopotamus... Riding on a train through the African savannah... and learning a lesson in the relationship between man and nature... These are only some of the adventures you will have as young Indiana Jones.
The year is 1909, and you and your parents are traveling through British East Africa, invited to spend time on a friend's coffee plantation. When you arrive, you join a safari searching for the incredibly rare fringe-eared oryx—and soon become involved in a very dangerous hunt. You'll also get to meet larger-than-life President Theodore Roosevelt, peaceful Kikuyu tribesmen, and the warlike Maasai.
Will you be bitten by poisonous snakes? Or will you find the fringe-eared oryx and save it from extinction? Only you, as indiana Jones, can choose your own adventure.

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The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles 6:
Behind the Great Wall

Published: May 1993

Witness the building of the Great Wall of China... Journey down the Hooghly River... Get captured by Chinese revolutionaries... Explore the Forbidden City... and learn a lesson in Eastern medicine and ancient teachings... These are only some of the adventures you will have as young Indiana Jones.
The year is 1910, and you and your parents are traveling to China. There you'll become involved with thieves and revolutionaries, and catch a perilous case of typhoid. You'll also get to meet the boy emperor P'u-i, agents of the prodemocracy revolutionary underground, and the Chinese scholar Yen Fu.

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The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles 7:
The Roaring Twenties

Published: August 1993

A high-speed car chase through the back streets of Chicago... Solve the mystery of a gangland assassination... The jazz clubs after dark... Crimesolving with the future "untouchable" Eliot Ness...and a lesson in the effects of racial prejudice... These are only some of the adventures you will have as young Indiana Jones.
The year is 1920, and you are a student, studying at the University of Chicago. There you'll be working in a restaurant after classes, and come up against some of the gangsters who have taken over the city, such as the notorious Al Capone and "Big Jim" Colosimo. you'll also become part of the jumping jazz scene in Chicago.

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The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles 8:
The Irish Rebellion

Published: December 1993

Meet the playwright Sean O'Casey at the famour Abbey Theatre... Walk the streets of Dublin with the writer James Joyce... Become friends with the future prime minister of Ireland... Witness the struggle for Irish Independence...and learn a lesson from the plight of the Irish people of the time... These are only some of the adventures you will have as young Indiana Jones.
The year is 1916, and you and your friend Remy are in Dublin, the capital of Ireland. There you look for a job to raise money for your travels, and you witness the struggle for Irish Independence. In the process, you get to meet many towering figures of Irish history, sauch as the wristers James Joyce and Sean O'Casey, and the poet William Butler Yeats.
Will you take a job as a British agent? Or will you become friends with members of the Irish underground? Only you, as Indiana Jones, can choose your own adventure.

 

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