Pokémon: Mystery Dungeon

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VIZ Media LLC, Mar 20, 2007 - Juvenile Fiction - 193 pages
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Normal schoolboy Ginji wakes up one morning transformed into a Torchic. Before he can change back, a friendly mudkip convinces him to become part of a rescue team that saves Pokémon from disaster. Will he ever get to be human again? And, has his transformation turned the Pokémon world topsy-turvy?

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Excellent book. Because it's based on a video game, it shows what it would be like to really be in the game, one day waking up and you're not human anymore.

Review: Pokémon Mytery Dungeon: Ginji's Rescue Team

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3 1/2 stars I think that the story could have been better expanded upon if they had split it into more than one volume. Otherwise this read fairly quickly and smoothly. The art was lovely and the book seemed to follow fairly well to the main game storyline. Read full review

About the author (2007)

Pokemon is more than a game or a TV show, it's a cultural phenomenon that has won the hearts of Japanese and American fans alike! Pokemon comics, games, animation, and toys are run-away hits worldwide. But Pokemon's appeal comes from exciting stories and dynamic personalities-the heart displayed by Ash and the loyalty of Pikachu and the other Pokemon. See for yourself what all the excitement is about.

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