It has a great amount of intellectual value as well as being a great book to read for fun. I recommend this book to any one who likes a good book and can read.
Brian Robeson is stuck in the middle of his parents’ divorce when something terrible happens to him. He is flying north to see his father in the oil fields in Canada when the pilot has a heart attack and dies. Brian, who is sitting in the copilot seat, tries to take control of the plane and land. The plane crashes into a lake and Brian survives, but now he is stuck in the Canadian wilderness with only the clothes on his back and a hatchet. Will he survive long enough to be rescued or will the wilderness claim another soul?
Hatchet is a very captivating story about the physical and mental obstacles that Brian has to overcome to survive the Canadian wilderness. In this classic story of survival, the author did a very good job in keeping the reader interested the entire time. The author also did a very good job of captivating the reader to make it feel as if they were in Brian’s situation and felt the same emotions as he did. The author’s writing style and the way the author made the most trivial things in the book so suspenseful was very unique. The best part in the book is the ending. It has a great ending that will satisfy even the most particular readers.
Hatchet is a great classical tale that has the perfect combination of mental and physical obstacles for Brian to overcome. It has a great amount of intellectual value as well as being a great book to read for fun. I recommend this book to any one who likes a good book and can read.