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Brian's Hunt by Gary Paulsen
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Feb 22, 12


Brian Robertson was once stuck in the wilderness for 45 days. He was rescued by a outdoors man and his family. Brian thought it would be nice to pay him and his family a visit. After heading down stream Brian found an injured dog come from the direction that he was heading. The dog was injured and had a huge gash on its left side. Using some fishing wire he stitched up the dog. Brian couldn’t let the dog go, he could tell that it was a house dog. Brian decided to take it along with him. Once he arrived at the house, Brian realized something was wrong. As he entered the house he found out that the owner of the house and his wife had been mauled by a huge bear. Using his instincts, Brian was able to find the survivor. Once at the house Brian radioed for help and the survivor was taken to her aunt and uncles house. Brian knew what he had to do. He and the dog set out to kill the bear. After about 7 hours of searching they found the bear. Brian stabbed the bear in the chest two times before it died. I think this book is the best in the Brian sequel. It kept me guessing what would happen next.
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