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Once everyone is stuck inside the castle, the horror begins, people begin getting ill, ghosts are sighted, weird noises are heard, and strange beasts are seen. Professor Crow definitely upped the creep factor. I was on the edge of my seat the entire time. I thoroughly enjoyed this book.
A group of Japenese students is on a trip staying at British Heights in the Japan Alps. It is a place to learn about British culture, and the students are assigned to classes they must attend.
In another part of town the band Plastic Black Butterfly is on their way to a gig. They take a wrong turn. Since the weather is getting bad they decide to pull into a place to stay for the night.... British Heights.
During their stay they encounter issues such as sickness, an avalanche, love triangles, and a sighting of the rumored ghost, Professor Crow, the man that looked like a bird.......wait...... what was that noise? It sounded like a bear, but not a normal bear.... and what is that moving in the forest? It is hairy like a bear, but the size of a bus?
What happens to everyone? What are the "things" lurking around the property and where did they come from? Will everyone make it out alive?.....
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The story is about a school group that traveled into the mountains of Japan to visit a study camp in British Heights- an out of place museum, theater and more. Its owned by Mr. Forbes, a s'diddi billionaire who cares for his precious antiquities more than the people paying to visit them. Students are suddenly trapped in a white-out snow storm, doubled over from an illness I shall not name, since I don't believe in SPOILERS and hunted by something that comes out of Edgar Allen Poe's, The Raven!
To be honest, the only reason I finished this book is because the author promised me a monster. The characters were a bit drab but strong enough in Jun and Akane to make me command my eyes show me to the ending... or new beginning. Other than that, I read about a bunch of foolish teenagers who (periodically) did the same thing to their British instructors as to me and my friends when I lived in Japan: They spoke ugly words in their native tongue while pretending to be kind and respectful. That part was true to life to me. Ugh...
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