Book Report "The Ruins"
Four Americans and two Greeks go to search Mathias brother who has joined an archaeological dig. The taxi driver tells them their destination is a "bad place" and tries to convince them to leave, but they fails at the attempt and the six friends head into the jungle…
When they step foot onto the archeological site at a vine covered hill, its too late for warnings. Now they're trapped, unprepared for more than a day hike, with no one but the Greek's partners possibly knowing where they are, and the Mayans won't let them leave the hill.
And there's something else on the hill with them, a sinister presence of hunger and evil that lurks inside the beautiful vines. Trapped, thirsty, hungry, alone, and frightened, the six will desperately try anything to discover the secret of missing Henrich, and what lies in store for the rest of them.
"The book of the summer. . . . The Ruins is your basic long scream of horror. It does for Mexican vacations what Jaws did for New England beaches in 1975. . . .-Stephen King"
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