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The Beast Level 3 (Cambridge English Readers)

by Carolyn Walker

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This is a horror story .This story writes about an undead creature. Susie is a woman living in London.One day,she went Wales with her husband in holiday.
First,the travel was very funny.but...
In that place, there are strangre rumor that a creature like worf living in the forest...

This book is horror story.So,I'm very scerasely to read this book.
I has many complicated points I couldn't understand in this book. ( )
  gacyayoshi | Jan 18, 2012 |
Susie is a photographer,and one day, she and her hasband had experienced many strange things,They can't distinguish reality or dream well.She doesn't know why that things happen,so she was very scared. She is obviously aimed by something!
I can imagine the sightseeing in England in this story by reading book,it's interesting point.Also,the chapter's title showed "Voicw of the Beast",repeately,I had never seen like this,I noticed! But there are many complicated points I couldn't understand. So if this had were more long story,I would be more excited! ( )
  pooon | Oct 15, 2011 |
A woman went country in her holiday.In taht place she was aimed by "something". And there was the legend of werewolf,,,.
I could't enjoy this book because I can't believe in ghost or such things. And almost every people in this story are too kind to stranger. This is strange point. ( )
  taku | Jul 16, 2011 |
Susie Blackmore is a photographer who lives in London. On holiday, she and her husband Charlie go and stay in a house in Wales. In Wales,there is a story of the Beast of Brynmawr...
I couldn't compleatly understand what this story means.So,I couldn't enjoy this so. But I was litlle afraid when I read the last. ( )
  birdcolor | Jun 17, 2011 |
Susie, a woman living in London feels something bad in her mind but she don't know what cause it. So, to take a rest, she and her hasband go to Britain. In that place, there are strangre rumor that a creature like worf living in the forest kills cattles . Then she notices something not unusual is coming to her and she scared. What is his true character ,and can she get over her dark side of her mind?

This story has two type of writing. One is Susie and , and the other is a god dressing like something living. So reading this is interesting. But the story is a little complicated, I thought. I felt fear to invisible things as if I were in this story , like Susie. ( )
  kagw | May 19, 2011 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0521750164, Paperback)

Award-winning original fiction for learners of English. At seven levels, from Starter to Advanced, this impressive selection of carefully graded readers offers exciting reading for every student's capabilities. Talk in the local pub is of strange deaths of sheep and rumours of the return of the legendary Beast of Brynmawr. Susie and Charlie are taking a break from work in London and renting a cottage in Brynmawr, where events grow stranger and stranger until it becomes clear that it is Susie the beast wants. Paperback-only version. Also available with Audio CDs including complete text recordings from the book.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:20:13 -0400)

"I sleep with my eyes open. My ears hear the smallest sound and I wake. You may see something moving in the corner of your eye. If you turn to look, there will be nothing there. But I am following in the darkness behind you. I am your worst dream." On holiday in Wales, Susie meets the "undead". Is it a man, or an animal?… (more)

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