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Hatchet

Gary Paulsen

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chapter 13-14

by anon_2223152322, February 19, 2015

Brian is rescued and the pilot says damn you look bad and asked a lot of questions

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Hammer on page 152

by Cigfreed, May 05, 2015

Why is there a tiny hammer at the bottom of page 152?

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End of the Book

by jayified, October 29, 2015

I wish the rescuer didn't come right away. It ends so suddenly.

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