Reader Review: This is my second time reading Gary Paulsens "Brians Saga" series, having already read through them when I was a child. It is definitely just as good - perhaps better - the second time around.
In Hatchet, 13-year-old Brian Robeson learned to survive alone in the Canadian wilderness, armed only with his hatchet. Finally, as millions of readers know, he was rescued at the end of the summer. But what if Brian hadn't been rescued? What if he had been left to face his deadliest enemy--winter?
Gary Paulsen raises the stakes for survival in this riveting and inspiring story as one boy confronts the ultimate test and the ultimate adventure.
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|Title of Romance eBook: Brian's Winter||Series: Brian's Saga, , #3|
|Release Date: 11-13-2001|
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|Publisher: Random House Children's Books|
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He ate everything and felt fat and lazy and one afternoon he actually lay in the sun. It was perhaps wrong to say he was happy. He spent too much time in loneliness for true happiness. But he found himself smiling as he worked around the camp and actually looked forward to bringing in wood in the soft afternoons just because it kept him out rummaging around in the woods.
He had made many friends--or at least acquaintances. Birds had taken on a special significance for him. At night the owls made their soft sounds, calling each other in almost ghostly hooonnes that scared him until he finally saw one call on a night when the moon was full and so bright it was almost like a cloudy day. He slept with their calls and before long would awaken if they didn't call.
Before dawn, just as gray light began to filter through the trees, the day birds began to sing. They started slowly but before the gray had become light enough to see ten yards all the birds started to sing and Brian was brought out of sleep by what seemed to be thousands of singing birds.
At first it all seemed to be noise but as he learned and listened, he found them all to be different. Robins had an evening song and one they sang right before a rainstorm and another when the rain was done. Blue jays spent all their time complaining and swearing but they also warned him when something--anything--was moving in the woods. Ravens and crows were the same--scrawking and cawing their way through the trees.
It was all, Br...
Title: Brian's Winter March 12, 2012 This is my second time reading Gary Paulsens "Brians Saga" series, having already read through them when I was a child. It is definitely just as good - perhaps better - the second time around.
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Reviewer: A reader from USA
March 12, 2012
This is my second time reading Gary Paulsens "Brians Saga" series, having already read through them when I was a child. It is definitely just as good - perhaps better - the second time around.
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