|# of Units:||3 CDs|
|Length:||3 hours, 42 minutes|
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amazing book need to read!!!!! the way the author explains how he feels makes you feel like your in the book with him feeling all the pain he felt from the plain crash and so on.
Great book awesome author awesome reader and a awesome app
Great book I usually don\'t like books but this one was very interesting! Great job
A great short story. Grips you from the very beginning. The only regret is that it wasn't longer!
A really great read. Incredible to believe that this really happened. A great lesson in survival, positive thinking and just in life.
again I thought "kids book", but my son urged me to listen to this one. So I did. I really liked it and I was very surprised how grown up this "kids" book really is. It's a very good and quick "read". And we can all learn from it.
This book was very entertaining, even for an adult. I was excited to pass this on to my grandchildren for their entertainment, but decided against it due to the "secret" Brian is keeping. I thought it was unnecessary to the story and wondered why it was even included.
Great story for boys. We listen in the car to and form places my boys enjoyed this story so much they would not get out of the car till the end of the chapter.
My students and I listened to this together. We loved it. They even gave up some of their recess time and asked to have lunch in the room a few days so they could listen to the story.
Gary Paulsen is one of the most honored writers of contemporary literature for young readers. He has written more than one hundred book for adults and young readers, and is the author of three Newbery Honor titles: "Dogsong", "Hatchet", and "The Winter Room". He divides his time among Alaska, New Mexico, Minnesota, and the Pacific.