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review 2017-12-12 15:27
Monday Mini – Die Dog or Eat the Hatchet by Adam Howe @Adam_G_Howe
Die Dog or Eat the Hatchet - Adam Howe

Oh man, I don’t know what to say about Die Dog or Eat the Hatchet by Adam Howe.

From Adam Howe, winner of Stephen King’s On Writing contest, come three original novellas of hardboiled crime, graphic horror and pitch-black gallows humor.

 

Die Dog or Eat the Hatchet

 

Goodreads  /  Amazon US  /  Amazon UK  /  Amazon CA

 

My Review for Damn Dirty Apes

 

Adam Howe’s writing kept me laughing through the horrific twists and turns that is so ‘sick’. A weird and wacky horror story had me laughing in disgust. The mix of humor, horror and horniness shared some despicable characters and I loved to hate them. They hunt and fight their way through blackmail, kidnap and violence.

 

 

My Review for Die Dog or Eat The Hatchet

 

A psychopath reveling in the memories of the brutal and grotesque murders he committed. When is the death penalty appropriate. When you meet Hingle and delve into his perverted and twisted mind. The horror and savagery is impossible for me to imagine on my own, so Adam Howe brings it to life for me. Wickedly good ending.

 

My Review for Gator Bait

 

Gator Bait is available by itself and I have already reviewed it. I will share a bite and you can check it out for yourself HERE.

 

OMG! The ending blew me away and I couldn’t help but laugh. I never could have seen ALL that coming and I love it. The best laid plans often go awry and boy, oh boy, do they.

 

I voluntarily reviewed a free copy of Die Dog or Eat the Hatchet by Adam Howe.

 

Animated Animals. Pictures, Images and Photos  5 Stars all the way for each and every novella.

 

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text 2017-08-03 14:38
Stranger than Fiction

So a dude with a hatchet killed a guy in a bar here.  I'm so glad I never go there.  

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text 2017-04-20 14:18
Hatchet - Gary Paulsen

shreya khubber(9th)

mind tree school

A spectacular amalgamation of of imagination and literature. A truly tremendous story that describes the urge of survival of a boy against all odds, his only companion being his hatchet. It conveys a message that we humans are too a part of nature and should never forget this fact. i read this book and i was spellbound. Gary Paulsen has justified the our very existence in nature through this book.

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review 2017-04-04 07:04
Hatchet
Hatchet - Gary Paulsen

Brian is a 13 year old boy with divorced parents. One summer he decides to visit his father in northern Canada. Before he leaves, his mother gives him a hatchet as a parting gift. Brian boards a bush plane and takes off to go see his father. During the middle of the flight, the pilot suffers a medical emergency and passes away. Brian tries to take control of the plane and land it but it ends up crashing into a lake in the middle of a forest. He survives the crash and holds out hope that he will be rescued soon, but after awhile he realizes he is going to have to learn how to survive on his own. For most of the summer, all he has is his hatchet and the clothes on his back. He learns how to start a fire and find food and deal with different threats. Then one day there is a tornado that shifts the plane from the bottom of the lake more towards the bank of the lake. He decides to swim under the water to get into the plane for supplies. Once he is inside, he finds a survival pack that contains an emergency transmitter. He tries to activate it but does not know how to use it so he throws it away because he thinks the water ruined it. However it is working and his distress call is heard by a passing plane that comes to rescue him. I would use this book to test students for comprehension considering it is full an incredible story. Also would be a great book for advanced readers.

 

Lexile Measure: 1020L

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review 2017-04-01 20:19
Hatchet
Hatchet - Gary Paulsen

This was a book I read in 5th grade and I really enjoyed it. Brian Robeson, the main character, is forced to learn to survive on his own. He gets trapped in the wilderness after he is in a plane crash and must learn to survive with one of the only things he has, a hatchet. This book is great for a suspenseful and engaging read. It would be best suited for 5th-8th grades and has a lexile level of 1020L. I think this would be a great book to introduce character types, such as internal and external and have students compare the main character Brian on an anchor chart or using the board in a class discussion. You could also cover foreshadowing by using this book as well. I remember when I read this book in 5th grade the entire class read it together and I enjoyed that. There are endless amounts of activities and lessons you could plan for your students!

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