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H A T C H E TBy Gary PaulsenBrian Robeson the main character is a very interesting kid After the firstfew pages you could tell that he was strong-minded twelve or thirteen yearold kid His parents were divorced and he spent some time with his dad Helived far away so Brian had to take a plane From the back of the book Iknew that he gets in to a plane accident and has to survive on his own Iwas surprised that the author went right to the plane wreck I thought itwould have a somewhat boring beginning like most other books I read Briankeeps talking about how his parents got divorced and he cries every timehe thinks about it He calls it the big secret Brian keeps describingvisions of his mom kissing some new man not his father You can tell thathe takes the divorce very seriously and sometimes gets emotional1005In this part of the book Jake the pilot has a heart attack and dies Tobe honest I myself have thought about what I would do if I was on planeand the pilot died I really dont know what I would do I dontknow how to fly a plane Luckily Brian had been taught by Jake how to flythe plane Brian didnt know how to land so he flew the plane into alake This part of the book was hard to believe there was a lot ofcoincidents Brian showed his intellectual side when he realized that whenJake was suffering from his heart attack he turned the plane to the leftThat could greatly increase the time it would take for a search party tofind him I have to admit so far this is one of the best opening parts Ihave ever read No dull pages1008After Brian crashed he was hurt pretty badly He ad no energy so he justslept on the shore I consider him very luckily that he did not blow up orsomething After awhile
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