The Beast : Level 3 Paperback
Part of the Cambridge English Readers series
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.
Contains adult material which may not be suitable for younger readers.
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 62 pages, 2 line figures
- Publisher: Cambridge University Press
- Publication Date: 18/10/2001
- Category: ELT graded readers
- ISBN: 9780521750165
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Review by chickenrice
One Husband and wife take vacation.And go to cotage.But,happen thing it is unbeliva It is horror for me.But it is exciting for me.I think the ending is good.
Review by xoxpxq
This is a horror story about an undead creature. Susie was having holiday in Wales with her husband(Charlie) and she met a kind of person(Richard). While her husband was in hospital because of the accident,he took care her. However he was not a kind of PERSON.I can't convince the ending of this story and what the author want to tell me. The story's discovery was so interesting part of the way that I was excited with reading. However the final extremity I feel the description became not polite,so I rememberd imperfect combustion.
Review by gacyayoshi
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.