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The Ruins Trapped In The Mexican Jungle, A Group Of Friends Stumble Upon A Creeping Horror Unlike Anything They Could Ever Imagine Two Young Couples Are On A Lazy Mexican Vacation Sun Drenched Days, Drunken Nights, Making Friends With Fellow Tourists When The Brother Of One Of Those Friends Disappears, They Decide To Venture Into The Jungle To Look For Him What Started Out As A Fun Day Trip Slowly Spirals Into A Nightmare When They Find An Ancient Ruins Site And The Terrifying Presence That Lurks There

About the Author: Scott Smith

Scott Bechtel Smith is an American author and screenwriter He has published two suspense novels, A Simple Plan and The Ruins, and adapted them for the screen Librarian Note There isthan one author in the GoodReads database with this name See this thread forinformation.from wikipedia

10 thoughts on “The Ruins

  1. says:

    Scott Smith s wrote one of my favorite crime novels with A Simple Plan that released in 1993 Thirteen years later came his second book, The Ruins which instantly became one of my favorite horror novels I ve got my fingers crossed that sometime later this decade he ll write another o

  2. says:

    The vines covered everything but the path and the tent s orange fabric In some places, they grew thinly enough that Eric could glimpse the soil underneath rockier than he would ve expected, dry, almost desertlike but in others, they seemed to fold back upon themselves, piling layer upon laye

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    Horror is my least favorite genre but real read horror if it s well written and The Ruins is wonderful I loved it I read The Simple Plan and loved the prose and the characterization between the two brothers I thought Simple Plan would be a one and out and then The Ruins came out I bought because of h

  4. says:

    Stephen King has a short story that I believe may have been entitled The Raft in which four college students head out to an old rock quarry They swim out to a raft in the middle of the lake As the afternoon progresses, they notice what appears to be a patch of oil skimming the surface of the water One of the

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    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here When four American college students and a German tourist go on a foray into the Mexican jungle, searching for the German s missing brother, they have no idea of the horror they will find themselves entangled in Will any of them leave the j

  6. says:

    I ll start this review off with a quote from a fellow Goodreads buddy, Edward That s one of the things I loved about this book All the characters were either assholes or idiots And this is the truth.What would happen if a bunch of idiots assholes vacationed in Cancun and stupidly went into the jungle looking for a stranger s l

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    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Wow, what a disappointment I d been so excited about this I m not a horror novel fan, but this had gotten such great reviews, I figured I d give it a try The trailer for the movie also looked intriguing Unfortunately, you may as well just watch the trailer

  8. says:

    Please indulge me while I float this older review for a horror novel that remains near and dear to my heart If you are looking for some genuine thrills and chills this Halloween season, this may be the book for you Happy All Hallow s Read I just don t get the storm of criticism aimed at Scott Smith s second novel, The Ruins Why do people love t

  9. says:

    Scott Smith s The Ruins is one of the best horror novels I ve read in some time It would be really easy for me to rip into it The premise is, frankly, ridiculous, and its plot is nothing but doom and gloom So why did I love it so much Simply because it was completely convincing, engrossing, and terrifying I don t think I have ever found myself squirming

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    OMG it s finally overI don t say that because this book was bad To the contrary, I say that because I have spent the last week trapped on a hilltop with these 6 characters as they slowly deteriorate It was maddening So the premise of the story is that these 6 characters go off looking for a Mayan temple in an effort to find Mathias s wayward brother who had left

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