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I read the first of this series (Hatchet) when I was 10 and loved it, now at 31 I have finally read all of the others in the series and loved them too.Published on 1 Sept. 2013 by Hari
I LOVED THIS BOOK!! IT WAS REALISTIC LIKE HELL!! MAN, I COULD READ THE BOOK 20 TIMES! GREAT SURVIVAL STORY, AND IT WAS JUST INCREDIBLE!! I CAN'T GET ENOUGH OF IT! Read morePublished on 25 Aug. 1999
A bone needle, rabbit lacing, knife, hatchet,clothes these are tools Brian needs to survive his deadliest chalenge yet WINTER! Read morePublished on 10 Jun. 1999
I thought this book was very interesting and adventureous. I liked this book very very much. I thought it was the greatest book I've read. Read morePublished on 3 Jun. 1999
I love this book, I practicaly know it by heart. people who hasn't read the Hatchet I suggest that you read that first or this book means nothing to you. Read morePublished on 2 Mar. 1999
THIS BOOK WAS A WONDERFULLY PIECED TOGETHER SURVIVAL STORY. BRIANS ADVENTURE WAS DESCRIBED IN SUCH GREAT DETAIL THAT I FELT LIKE I WAS ACTUALLY IN THE WILDERNESS WITH HIM. Read morePublished on 21 Jan. 1999
The part I liked best was when Brian killed the moose because Gary Paulsen really gave a lot of detail. Read morePublished on 15 Jan. 1999
Brian's Winter focused on a 13 year old boy out in the wilderness, alone. A kid named Brian is out in the Canadian wilderness all by his lonesome. Read morePublished on 7 Jan. 1999
Brian Robeson is back as a protagonist again, in the novel Brian's Winter. Only this time he has two butane lighters, a rifle, fishing line and a sleeping bag. Read morePublished on 27 Dec. 1998