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Book Report on Hatchet Brian Robeson is a thirteen-year-old from New York City He is heading on a plain going from Hampton New York to the Canadian north woods to visit His parents just had recent divorce that affects him heavily as does The Secret that is having an affair It gives him a brief flying lesson in which Brian has control of the plane for a few minutes The pilot has pain in his shoulder arm and stomach Brian does not think it is very serious The heart attack stops and the pilot is dead Brian is forced to take over the controls The plane crashes into a lake in the Canadian woods where Brian is stranded Brian nothing to eat and is injured from the crash but believes he will soon be rescued He finds some strange food to eat which makes him sick He finds a raspberry where he spots a bear Brian builds a shelter and in the middle of the night he hears a noise A skunk has entered his shelter and Brian throws the hatchet in its direction It shoots it into Brians leg causing him severe pain Brian attempts to build a fire with no matches and eventually succeeds when he learns how to strike his hatchet against a stone to ignite sparks He finds turtle eggs and eats them One day a plane flies overhead but does not see him and continues leaving Brian devastated and hopeless He attempts to commit suicide He decides he wants to live Brian catches a fish That night a skunk sprays him It temporarily blinds him and covers him with a horrible stench Brian perfects his tools and catches a foolbird his first meat While he is cleaning the bird in the water a moose attacks Brian injuring his ribs and his shoulder A tornado then destroys his shelter The day after the tornado Brian discovers that the storm
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