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4.4 out of 5 stars

on 20 March 2017
The third book in the sreies, Brian is now 16yrs and was back in the wilderness, this time though he had his bow, knife, food and plenty of equipment, Brian headed north, he brought books with him so he could continue his studies, he paddled his canoe, he shot a pike with his bow and ate it that night, he slept in his canoe anchored out in the river, a strange noise awoke him, he could hear a dog whining, it was 3am Brian paddled to shore, he saw the dog there was a terrible wound across his shoulder, Brian started a fire, the dog was very pleased to see him, he managed to sew up the wound before they both slept, in the morning Brian realised the wound was caused by a bear, he went hunting for meat for them both, Brian headed north the the Cree summer camp, these were the people that had rescued Brian in the last book

They carried on north, hunting, camping, fishing and crossing beaver dams, entering a lake Brian realised it was veru quiet, this was where the Cree shoud be, Brian headed for the cabin his bow ready, the dog growling, the cabin was completely destroyed inside, he found David Smallhorn torn apart under a blanket, it had to have been a bear, Davids wife, the small children a boy and a girl with their older sister were missing, he found three dogs tied to a kennel dead and the leash where his dog had escaped, in the brush he found Davids wife Anne, mutilated, he found no trace of the others, Brian knew now he would have to track a killer bear and find the children

My verdict, nice story, bit short but well worth a read
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on 28 February 2015
Excellent book. Would recommend the whole series to anyone.
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on 8 September 2009
Just like the books before it, this one is an extremely small and short book, but nevertheless it still captures you and drags you back into that gripping tundra where things started off...
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