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Brian's Winter 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

About the Author: Gary Paulsen

Although he was never a dedicated student, Paulsen developed a passion for reading at an early age After a librarian gave him a book to read along with his own library card he was hooked He began spending hours alone in the basement of his apartment building, reading one book after another Running away from home at the age of 14 and traveling with a carnival, Paulsen acquired a taste for adventure A youthful summer of rigorous chores on a farm jobs as an engineer, construction worker, ranch hand, truck driver, and sailor and two rounds of the 1,180 mile Alaskan dog sled race, the Iditarod have provided ample material from which he creates his stories.Paulsen and his wife, Ruth Wright Paulsen, an artist who has illustrated several of his books, divide their time between a home in New Mexico and a boat in the Pacific.

10 thoughts on “Brian's Winter

  1. karen karen says:

    survivals for me this book wasn t as fun as the first one the book seemed less immediate than hatchet maybe because of the way it was presented as a what if , rather than a regular story, the stakes seem lower, even though it is exactly the same it slike a writer s exercise than a proper story or maybe i am rea

  2. Celeste Celeste says:

    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

  3. Chantal Chantal says:

    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 t

  4. Noel Noel says:

    3.5 starsI enjoyed this bookthan the first As I read, I realized that most of what bugged me in

  5. Anthony Anthony says:

    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 al

  6. Dylan Johnson Dylan Johnson says:

    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.

  7. Nathan Simpson Nathan Simpson says:

    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

  8. Carley Carley says:

    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

  9. Isaac Sheets Isaac Sheets says:

    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 happe

  10. Madeline Madeline says:

    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,

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