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    yeetingmywifiliked a comment in Hatchet.
    When a trip goes very wrong thirteen year-old Brian Robeson has to try and fly a plane while the pilot dies from a major heart attack, he must crash into the Canadian wilderness with nothing his hatchet his mother gave him and his clothes on his back. Brian must pull his emotions and mental thinking together to survive and leave behind the pity--the secret... While trying to survive on the little food he has, Brian must rebuild his shelter after going through many obstacles, will Brian get home again? Will he ever see his parents again? You’ll have to read the book to find out yourself. “This book is a thriller, my favorite part was when Brian and the bear came face to face,” “I would open handedly recommend this book to anyone who thinks survival is amazing, my opinion of Brian is that in the beginning of the book he is full of pity, but when the story progresses he learns to survive because his life is on the line. I think Brian was a great character for this book, I hope this series goes on.”
    7 months ago
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    yeetingmywifi's book review was featured in Hatchet.
    When a trip goes very wrong thirteen year-old Brian Robeson has to try and fly a plane while the pilot dies from a major heart attack, he must crash into the Canadian wilderness with nothing his hatchet his mother gave him and his clothes on his back. Brian must pull his emotions and mental thinking together to survive and leave behind the pity--the secret... While trying to survive on the little food he has, Brian must rebuild his shelter after going through many obstacles, will Brian get home again? Will he ever see his parents again? You’ll have to read the book to find out yourself. “This book is a thriller, my favorite part was when Brian and the bear came face to face,” “I would open handedly recommend this book to anyone who thinks survival is amazing, my opinion of Brian is that in the beginning of the book he is full of pity, but when the story progresses he learns to survive because his life is on the line. I think Brian was a great character for this book, I hope this series goes on.”
    7 months ago
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    yeetingmywifi added a book review.
    When a trip goes very wrong thirteen year-old Brian Robeson has to try and fly a plane while the pilot dies from a major heart attack, he must crash into the Canadian wilderness with nothing his hatchet his mother gave him and his clothes on his back. Brian must pull his emotions and mental thinking together to survive and leave behind the pity--the secret... While trying to survive on the little food he has, Brian must rebuild his shelter after going through many obstacles, will Brian get home again? Will he ever see his parents again? You’ll have to read the book to find out yourself. “This book is a thriller, my favorite part was when Brian and the bear came face to face,” “I would open handedly recommend this book to anyone who thinks survival is amazing, my opinion of Brian is that in the beginning of the book he is full of pity, but when the story progresses he learns to survive because his life is on the line. I think Brian was a great character for this book, I hope this series goes on.”
    7 months ago
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    7 months ago

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