Brians hunt is book 5 of a 5 book series but that may change as i feel that more brian books will come about. Brians hunt is the story of a boy wanting to live in the canadian wilderness and never wanting to go back to the city. In this book the main Brian is a kid who loves the wild and wants... read more
Brian is a kid that had got lost and lived in the wilderness for a while but was rescued. When he is back in the city he hates being there because of the way we treat it. So he goes back to wilderness and that is when this book starts. Brains plan is to cone to his Indian friends on this... read more (warning: may contain spoilers)
Brian is a kid that had got lost and lived in the wilderness for a while but was rescued. When he is back in the city he hates being there because of the way we treat it. So he goes back to wilderness and that is when this book starts. Brains plan is to cone to his Indian friends on this island up in the north. Brian also has an assortment of weapons. He has a bow, many different kinds of arrows, and a knife. Along the way he finds this companion a dog that had gotten injured. Brian now decides to take care of the dog, heal her wounds, and feed her. Throughout the whole book he gives helpful hunting, fishing, and many other outdoor tips. Finally when he gets to his friend’s house he finds a gruesome sight. Both the parents of his friend dead and to get revenge he hunts the bear. When he was hunting the bear he had almost died when the bear started to him but in the end he killed the bear. instead of a ending brain says that he did not feel better he just felt sad because he had killed a bear( that even though deserved it ) and felt as though this kill would go to waste.
his body did not want to come up into consciousness. But so much of him was tuned now to reacting to odd things, a line that did not belong where it was, a sound that should not be there, an odd color or smell. He had almost gone crazy on his last visit back to civilization. Sirens and stink of smoke and bangs and rattles and noise—it had all meshed together and desensitized him to the point where he’d heard nothing because it was so overwhelming.Highlighted by 9 Kindle customers
Inuits hunting seal on the ice would squat over a seal breathing hole for hours, even days, waiting for the seal to come up in the hole to get air. The Inuit would put a small piece of feather over the hole and stand with bone harpoon ready and when the seal came into the hole the air pushing ahead of its body would ruffle the feather and the hunter would lunge with the harpoon and bury the barbed head in the back of the seal.Highlighted by 7 Kindle customers
into a state of overload and a kind of shock and open disbelief that people could actually live, or pretend to live, the way they did.Highlighted by 5 Kindle customers
Battle of Gettysburg or when Alexander Graham Bell invented the telephone.Highlighted by 5 Kindle customers
In some way, the dog filled a hole in his life, filled a lonelinessHighlighted by 5 Kindle customers
Kay-gwa-daush’s white name was Susan Smallhorn butHighlighted by 4 Kindle customers
Patience was the key, the absolutely most important part of hunting anything,Highlighted by 4 Kindle customers
brown eyes, a full mouth and straight nose and long, thick, richly black hair, and he had never met her. Her father, David Smallhorn, had shown him her picture,Highlighted by 3 Kindle customers
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