After reading Hatchet and Brain's Winter, probably skipping between books in this series of stories, Brain's Hunt is probably one of my favorite of all of them. I really liked how Brain has changed over all the books in the series, he went from a city boy who could imagine no other life but, to somebody so in tune with nature that he doesn't feel the need to have to talk to himself. Although it was really good, I also thought it was pretty short. I think that the story felt rushed, it was very straight forward, no real mystery, I think the lack of Brain speaking took away from any real mystery that could have happened. The plot felt predictable, you could tell exactly what would happen. There are some unexpected turns that did make the book interesting, but overall, it was pretty average.