Brian hates to see his parents fighting, he wants them to be together, and it gives him a hard time, I feel the same for him, because he makes it seem worse than it is. "Divorce, the secret, fighting" (Paulsen 5)
"Brian Robeson starred out the planes small window at the endless green northern wilderness below. It was a small plane, a cesana 406-1bush plane-the engine was loud, so roaring and consuming and loud that it ruined any chance for conversations
Brian has brown hair and brown eyes. Brian is a little confused in the beginning but develops to be a smart character. Brian is not lazy, he is active and he knows what to do in this situation and to stay calm.
"His hair was brown and he had brown eyes" His shirt color was never explained but his hair and eyes were shown.
The trait that is shown throughout the book is bravery. Brian is very brave and he will do whatver it takes to survive. When the plane was crashing and the pilot was dying he had to steer the plane himself into safety. "He had to fly it somehow, he had to fly the plane, he had to help himself. (Paulsen 15) The heart attack was his fate and he had to face it
So be it!
I want a divorce!
Brian creates a brave character from this and learns to become stronger and more brave.
In the middle of Hatchet is when Brian is at his strongest. He knows he needs to survive. "His heart was beating faster and faster, he could feel it beating" (Paulsen51) Brian is strong and he is scared, but determined to survive.
Brian had become a brave character and he had learned from his mistakes. He knew what he had to do, and he knew exactly how to do it.
Brian had learned a lot from the experience. He thought about the crash,the porcupine, the divorce, his fate. He noticed how major it really was. It all made sense to him and he still tried to survive onward. "He was determined and ready to survive."