Okay, so the day starts out, and I'm riding in a bus down a Japanese highway with 41 other kids from my class. We're on some dumb study trip for middle schoolers. I was kind of looking around at my classmates when I noticed that almost everyone was asleep. Huh? And when I started to get sleepy too, I wondered if something was wrong. I woke up in a strange classroom with a silver collar around my neck--then I knew something was wrong. It turns out we had the dumb luck of being picked to be in the Program, a fight to the death in which only one can survive.
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I think you all know how this works. The rules are simple. All you have to do is kill each other. There are no violations. And . . . the last remaining survivor can go home. You even get a nice card autographed by the Dictator. Isn't that wonderful? (p. 42)—From Battle Royale by Koushun Takami (Source: Bought, see review policy)