Michigan Chillers #11: Great Lakes Ghostship

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FC: J'Terrius Nelson 5th pd. English 1

1: Michigan Chillers 11:Great Lakes Ghost Ship

2: Johnathan Rand Horror Fiction

3: Place: Cheboygan, Michigan Time: October, Fall | Settings

4: Emilee and Brian Beech on a particular day in October, leave their home in grand Blanc, Michigan with their parents to go visit their grandparents in Cheboygan, Michigan. Once they reached their grandparents house they greeted their grandparents and then went to their friend Gavin's house, but he's not there nor are his parents, so they decide to wait until tomorrow to visit him. The next day they go over their friend Gavin's again and he's there this time so they sit in the house for a while because it began to rain outside. They waited for the rain to stop and when it did they decided to walk to the park. On their way to the park Gavin tells them | SUMMARY

5: about the legend of the Great Lakes Ghost Ship, how the U.S. Coastguard Mackinaw turns into into that ghost ship on one night in October. While they are walking through the park Gavin's uncle invites them onto the U.S. Coastguard Mackinaw for a tour so the three go onto the ship. Well while they're on the ship Gavin's uncle has to go run some errands and ends up leaving the kids on the ship. While the kids are waiting , they hear a noise they look around AND THEY SEE A ZOMBIE. They freak out because they think about the legend and they try to find a way off the ship or they'll be trapped forever. Turns out that they weren't really on a ghost ship it was all just decorations for a haunted house and they were just caught in the middle of it. So they all call their parents and tell them what happened and they walk home. Well on the way home home Gavin, Emilee and Brian see a mysterious sea captain talking in rhyme and then HE Vanishes.

6: Emilee Beech- Emilee is an 11-year old girl.She's quite smart for her age, but double thinks a lot of things. During the story her thinking skills come in handy. Brian Beech- Brian is Emilee's younger brother. He is 10 years old and quite curious. In the story he always has a question about something except for one thing SPIDERS. He has a terrible fear of Spiders in the story he screams at the sight of a baby spider. | Characters

7: Gavin Stewart- Gavin is also 11-years old and the friend of Emilee and Brian. Gavin lives in Cheboygan right down the block from Emilee and Brian's Grandparents.Whenever they come up from Grand Blanc thats who they hang out with. Gavin is more like the leader type in the story . He leads his friend all throughout the story.

8: External Conflict: All three of are trapped on a "ghost ship" filled with zombies. They must find a way off the ship before it fully transforms and they're stuck there forever . | Internal Conflict: The girl Emilee constantly throughout the story thinking about all the negative things that can happen. She is fighting in her mind to keep her thoughts positive. | Conflicts and Resolutions

9: External Conflict Resolution: They find out from the sea captain that its all decorations . When the staff came to get them they were dressed up like zombies so the kids got scared. | Internal Conflict Resolution: Emilee realizes that she has to be positive in order to get through it and get home to safety.

10: Johnathan Rand seems to be a very interesting type of person. He is well-known for his best-selling "Chillers" series. He has a wife and two dogs named Abby and Lily Munster. When he and his wife are not gone somewhere to sign books or visit schools they're at their home in in a small town in northern lower Michigan. | About the Author

11: Recommendation | I found the novel quite interesting it had my full attention from beginning to end. I really don't have anything bad to say but that just because I like to see the good in most things. I would love to read another one of his books. I honestly can't say I've ever watched or experienced anything close to anything in the story. I can connect with the fact that they think about each other before themselves. I always put friends and family first.

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