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The Train by Diane Hoh is a thrilling book It has five main characters Hanna Deaton Jean Marie Westlake Lewis Joseph Reed Kerry Oliver and Mack Mc Comber who all went to Parker High School Hanna is a not so bright girl with naturally wavy chocolate covered hair and claustrophobic Jean Marie on the other hand is a red head that used to date Mack and is very nice Lewis the stick-thin boy is somewhat wild and obnoxious He has burnt orange hair gray eyes and wears glasses Kerry is a tall yet slender girl with waste long straight black hair They five teenagers are going on s fieldtrip to San Francisco Their mode of transportation is a passenger train They had planned to take an airplane but the teachers wanted them to see the countryside on the way there Inside the train was different then they had expected It was huge blue and silver The coaches were well lit with narrow corridors It seemed very cramped and tiny The walls were painted gold and black And the carpet held the same pattern The caf had many skylights big red tables with stools and a red and white-checkered floor While riding on the train Kerry had to go back to her luggage When she got to the luggage car she had noticed there was a coffin sitting on a long narrow table covered with a floor length black cloth Getting really scared she ran back to her friend Hanna to tell her about it Hanna did not believe Kerry so they went back to investigate Going back to the baggage car Hanna knew Kerry was telling the truth there really was a coffin in there Hanna saw a tag on the coffin and read it They found out it was a boy who went to their school The boys name was Fredrick Roger Drummond also know as FROG Hanna and Kerry ran back to
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