In the beginning, it was talking about him hunting and remembering the family that helped him get out before. He likes it more in the woods then in the city. Susan called police to take her to the city. Brian previously survived on an island for 56 days where he learned how to survive by living off the land. Once he arrived at the house, Brian realized something was wrong. Brian tries to think of ways to get his parents back together throughout the book, but every time he realizes why his parents will never get back together.
Reading this book made me feel like I was his dog listening to him talk out loud or something. I didn't like how Gary Paulsen went into detail on some things and left some things vague. He gets back in his canoe and finds her in her canoe. This book had me on the edge of my seat since the first page. We met her and her family at the ending of the third book, when we see what would have happened if Brian had been left to survive in the winter. Brian eat the 500 pound bear meat.
I do like Gary Paulson as a writer because he is good, and pretty informative about the stuff that you are too find in the woods. He helps to heal a wounded dog, which becomes a companion and significant part of his story. Brian is fearful for the three children of David and Anne and takes time to scout for tracks and signs of what happened. I would recommend this book to someone who likes adventure. Brian understands these rules of nature as well as anyone, but he's also starting to discover a wilderness concept that's new to him: Man, even should he desire to be by himself, needs the company of others. He takes it on himself to find and destroy the beast that did this, which turns out to be a very large bear.
As Brian nurses the creature back to health, he wonders where it came from, and the answer to this riddle draws him northward, to a Cree Indian camp, and the greatest danger he has ever faced. Be aware that Paulsen vividly describes the reality of farm life, including slaughtering pigs and shoveling manure, as the story unfolds. In book 4, Brian is 15 and returns to the wilderness - with supplies to live there for a while. He remembers the first time he'd managed to catch a fish and how he'd gradually become self-sufficient in the woods with no other people around. I thought though that some of the sentences in the book were run-on.
Brian starts thinking a lot about the Cree family that had rescued him, especially their daughter, Susan, who he never met but saw a picture of. The fourth and fifth Brian's Saga novels aren't as captivating as Hatchet, The River, and Brian's Winter, but they make their own valuable contribution to the series. The ability to hunt from a canoe is Brian's decisive advantage over his woodland prey. This story takes place two years after Brian had been stranded in the Canadian wilderness. He tells of boats that owned him, good, bad, and beloved, and how they got him through terrifying storms that he survived by sheer luck.
I also want my story to be famous. The dog, alongside him, looks over at him, as if to say, are you going to shoot or what? His body battered, his clothes in shreds, Brian must now stay alive in the boundless Canadian wilderness. Then he brings the dog with him to go to his friends. He goes to go kill the bear and he succeeds. First time at school his classmate very like him, but now they think Brian is stupid so nobody make friend with him.
Whereas the previous book of this series, Brian's Return, picks up the story at the end of The River the first sequel to 1988 Newbery Honoree Hatchet , Brian's Hunt instead follows Brian's Winter, the alternate sequel to Hatchet. Once he Brian Robertson was once stuck in the wilderness for 45 days. Anyway, this book was very short. So in response, he published in 2003. In the camp, he finds that the parents are dead and so are three of the four dogs.
Caleb recognizes that Brian's home is the wilderness. The mane character lived in the city for most of his life but he was in two different plane crashes and now he calles the north woods his home. The way he solves that problum is by killing the baer. Using some fishing wire he stitched up the dog. He is scared but knows he needs to go inside.