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Ebook  Ç Brian's Winter ePUB á Until last month, I didn t even realize that Hatchet had a sequel Turns out, it has four How did I not know this I skipped over The River, the first sequel, for the time being, as it seemed like a repeat of the first but with an audience Although I have to confess, I ll probably be reading it sooner rather than later But I was intrigued by the synopsis of Brian s Winter What if Brian hadn t been rescued, and had to ride out the winter in the Canadian wilderness Would he survive Spoiler a Until last month, I didn t even realize that Hatchet had a sequel Turns out, it has four How did I not know this I skipped over The River, the first sequel, for the time being, as it seemed like a repeat of the first but with an audience Although I have to confess, I ll probably be reading it sooner rather than later But I was intrigued by the synopsis of Brian s Winter What if Brian hadn t been rescued, and had to ride out the winter in the Canadian wilderness Would he survive Spoiler alert he survives And with a lot less angst than was present in Hatchet By this point, he s come to terms with his new life and is actually flourishing on his own in the wild He learns to hunt big game and store meat and make clothes The first book was emotional This follow up what if book was a lotfun because Brian seemed so happy Seeing how someone survives and adapts is always incredibly interesting to me And what I really love about these books is that they re not romanticized Things don t just fall in Brian s lap And he wouldn t be as happy if they did The sense of fulfillment and self satisfaction that floods him whenever he succeeds at something drives him almost as much as his need to survive I think every kid should read these books, not only so they have a greater appreciation of what they have, but so they can see the beauty and harshness of nature Every child should be able to fantasize about surviving on their own, and these books add a touch of realism to that fantasy And honestly, it wouldn t hurt adults to read or reread these books, either Sometimes we need to be reminded what a child can accomplish, and to remember that a child still resides at the center of each of us Forof my reviews, as well as my own fiction and thoughts on life, check out my blog, Celestial Musings. Being Alone in the middle of nowhere isn t very fun, but being cold and alone takes it to a whole other level just ask Brian Robeson Brian s Winter is a continuation of Gary Paulsen s book Hatchet Actually it is a reimagining of what would have happened to Brian Robeson if he wasn t rescued and had to get through the cold Northern Canada winter alone Brian almost misses the signs that winter is coming, but when he finally gets it he realizes that he has a lot of work to do There are many Being Alone in the middle of nowhere isn t very fun, but being cold and alone takes it to a whole other level just ask Brian Robeson Brian s Winter is a continuation of Gary Paulsen s book Hatchet Actually it is a reimagining of what would have happened to Brian Robeson if he wasn t rescued and had to get through the cold Northern Canada winter alone Brian almost misses the signs that winter is coming, but when he finally gets it he realizes that he has a lot of work to do There are many things that he will have to learn to do for himself, but the biggest of these is figuring out how to stay warm and how to find food when the temperatures dip well below 0 Can he figure out how to do these things before it is too late I really loved this book because it went right where my mind went as I read the first book, Hatchet I couldn t imagine how Brian could survive the winter at the pace he was going Admittedly I do find it a little farfetched that Brian learns to do all of the things that he has to do so quickly, but it isn t beyond the realm of possibility And I appreciate that Paulsen broaches the subject of hunting and taking a life with a littledepth and thought than he did in the first book I personally think it is okay to hunt for food, especially when it is necessary for survival But I like the fact that Brian doesn t find it any easier to do just because he needs the food The topic of hunting and animal rights is always relevant, to some degree, and I think Paulsen handled it nicely here.I recommend this book for all but the most squeamish readers, he does have to clean the animals he kills It would definitely be a great read for the outdoor enthusiast, and it would make a good fiction connection for some science and language arts classes Loved this sequelthan the one before this one A great story that kept me wondering how this would end for Brian Nice touch about the skunk, I really had to laugh about it Easy read and I hope to read book 4 soon Great series for youngsters and people who like adventure Loved this sequelthan the one before this one A great story that kept me wondering how this would end for Brian Nice touch about the skunk, I really had to laugh about it Easy read and I hope to read book 4 soon Great series for youngsters and people who like adventure 3.5 starsI enjoyed this bookthan the first As I read, I realized that most of what bugged me in In Hatchet,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 From the Paperback edition This book is totally not good Like it s bad Real bad If you like romantic comedies, then don t read it It s about a man and then the man totally dies If there was a way to give it a zero then I would Nasty What an ugly book What a sorry excuse for a use of my time Waste Heartbreak That s all this book will bring you. Again, I review that I love these books, not only am I a Gary Paulsen Fan, but I also like survival books and if you like survival this book is not for you The book takes you back to the spot where we left Brian, the Canadian Wilderness This time instead of setting the radio transmitter of Gary Paulsen writes about a diffrent ending to the book Hatchet Brian finds the survival kit and continues to hunt for small game and fowl bird as he calls it Brian knows that the seasons are coming and Again, I review that I love these books, not only am I a Gary Paulsen Fan, but I also like survival books and if you like survival this book is not for you The book takes you back to the spot where we left Brian, the Canadian Wilderness This time instead of setting the radio transmitter of Gary Paulsen writes about a diffrent ending to the book Hatchet Brian finds the survival kit and continues to hunt for small game and fowl bird as he calls it Brian knows that the seasons are coming and he must prepare for winter Brian also feels that he has gone soft due to the fact that he has used the rifle to his advantage, and eaten all the dry meals Then, soon Brian realizes that he must Make weapons and snow material if he wants to survive the winter This book soon goes into an exiteing twists and turns, but I am not going to give any spoilers away on what happens to him After this Book there is the following Sequalls Brians Return and Brians Hunt Mrs Spratt I hope you didn t think this book was at a middle shcool level because i surely enjoyed These are my favorite types of books Brian s Winter by Gary Paulsen picks up where the character Brian left off, had he not been rescued In his foreward, Paulsen said that he received as many as 200 letters a day from readers saying that they felt that Brian s story was not finished, that he was rescued before things got really tough In order to read this novel, you have to read it with the pretense that when he retrieved the survival pack from the plane, he did not turn on the radio signal With winter on the horizon, Brian Brian s Winter by Gary Paulsen picks up where the character Brian left off, had he not been rescued In his foreward, Paulsen said that he received as many as 200 letters a day from readers saying that they felt that Brian s story was not finished, that he was rescued before things got really tough In order to read this novel, you have to read it with the pretense that when he retrieved the survival pack from the plane, he did not turn on the radio signal With winter on the horizon, Brian s real struggles were supposed to begin Yet this was the major flaw in the plot All struggles were easily solved with little to no barriers Brian s experience in the frigid Canadian Winter paled in comparison to what a real 13 year old would have experienced had they had been in Brian s shoes Paulsen also failed to carry forth many of the themes from the Hatchet, such as The Secret and how the death of the Pilot haunted him Paulsen had tried to give his readers what they wanted, Brian s struggle to survive in the Canadian Winter, but instead, he had given them much of what they wanted less of easy fixes and luck Brian never struggled in the winter, he never went hungry, got severely injured that greatly hindered his survival, and never even so much as got frost bite, despite having little to no clothing Hatchet was by far the better of the two and Brian s story should have left off there I love Gary Paulsen, and every signal book he makes They re just so awesome and well awesome Brian s Winter pretty much follows after the first book Hatchet , and shares the story if Brian never got out of the Canadian forest before winter So now his whole conflict is Winter I though it was really cool how Gary would give us readers this story even when it wasn t even meant to happen with the ending of Hatchet The book just really goes into detail how Brian prepares for the closer comin I love Gary Paulsen, and every signal book he makes They re just so awesome and well awesome Brian s Winter pretty much follows after the first book Hatchet , and shares the story if Brian never got out of the Canadian forest before winter So now his whole conflict is Winter I though it was really cool how Gary would give us readers this story even when it wasn t even meant to happen with the ending of Hatchet The book just really goes into detail how Brian prepares for the closer coming winter Its really cool to just read what is going to happen next because you will never really expect it That s why this is one of the few books I actually ever read because I couldn t put the thing down I give Brian s Winter 5 stars because its an easy read and really cool to follow, and hey it gets you into the winter holiday spirit Sure, it s an odd alternate reality sequel, but Gary Paulson wrote it because all the fans of Hatchet wrote to him and were like, but what if that random pilot hadn t come along and saved Brian I imagine Mr Paulson was just as interested in that question, so he wrote this book because it needed to be answered Also, Brian is a badass My 3rd grade teacher used to read books aloud to my class, and I remember this one being one of my favorites Sure, it s an odd alternate reality sequel, but Gary Paulson wrote it because all the fans of Hatchet wrote to him and were like, but what if that random pilot hadn t come along and saved Brian I imagine Mr Paulson was just as interested in that question, so he wrote this book because it needed to be answered Also, Brian is a badass My 3rd grade teacher used to read books aloud to my class, and I remember this one being one of my favorites

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