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Posted July 7, 2011
Upset and fed up withnot seeing bears on their Montana vacation the Cambers go to Bear Park outside of Glacier National Park. Seeing lots of bears, but wanting to see the grizzlies, the Cambers get caught in a storm inside the park. With lightening knocking out the power and killing the ranger at the entrance they are trapped along with another car. Trying to get out of the park they enrage a male grizzly and are attacked by it. This was a scary book. I was tempted to put it down but I wanted to know how it ended. It's a quick read but I was on the edge of my seat the whole time. The attack was so realistic and scary. Very intense I was in tears at the end of the book. I'm a city girl and I'll stay a city girl. No wild animals for me.
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Posted May 12, 2013
This short story was disturbing. Why on earth, another reader thought it would be erotica is beyond me. Then to be disappointed it was not, is beyond comprehension. This story was so realistic, it literally gave me nightmares. It reminded of Stephen King's Cujo, only not near as long winded. Bear Mountain is very violent, a little sad and a testimony for what 13 year olds can accomplish, when faced with horrible and nightmarish circumstances. I am glad it was a short for a change, any longer and I would have not slept for a month. Well edited. Very violent. Ages 13 and up. Because eventhough disturbing, 13 year olds need to know heros, their own age.
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Posted August 7, 2012
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