I begin screaming for help, “HELP! HELP! SOMEONE PLEASE HELP! PLEASE, FIRE, FIRE, FIRE!” The crook dragging me to the van parked next to me, puts his hand over my mouth and nose. Not being able to breathe, I begin to feel dizzy.
The setting of the book Hatchet is symbolic. The place that story is happening is somewhere in the Northern Canadian forest. The protagonist Brian is stranded in the Canadian woods because the plane crashes into a lake. In Canadian woods, lots of events, mostly hardship, happen to Brian. The setting,
I was a bit dizzy and I looked at my hands to see blood. I had scraped my right knee terribly, I didn’t bother to take care of it. I looked over to see Garrett face down on the ground. He must have been really dizzy due to him stumbling while trying to get up. I got up and quickly grabbed Garrett by the arm as we hurried to the nearest door that led to the assembly room where our sleeping bags were.
I leave my House on that rainy day of September to go down to the park to meet up with Chase. The sky’s are dark grey and the air is cold and stale burning my nostrils from the rigid cold weather. I run down the Street to get to the park quicker to warm myself and dry off under the old wooden Shelter. But my plans abruptly stopped at that moment. A small car slipped and rammed into my body crushing my arm and shoulder.I screamed from the pain.That’s when everything turned around.Ambulance sirens wail in the distance,then it goes dark.
The Changing room was chaotic. The first thing I noticed was the smell. An odd smell, like dust and mold. There were clothing and Trainers splashed with crimson red blood which seeped through the thick cloth and dripped on the floor. Trying extremely hard, I attempted to look around for my diary.
Brian was forced to take over the controls, but finally the plane crashed into a lake in the Canadian woods, where Brian is stranded. Luckly, Brian manages to live. With his trusty hatchet at his side, Brian finds some berries and meets a bear in the woods. And he survived by many skills that he did not know before, but learnt in there. During surviving, he tried kill one self, but considered again and did not give up.
The smell coming from him was pure disgusting , his long white beard was stained with god knows what , he raised his hand pointing at her. " Your doom , your gonna die like she did , like the others did , this school is cursed you hear me cursed !" Old man Clements came out of nowhere grabbing the homeless man , " get out of here and leave this lady alone or I 'll call the cops!" The homeless man ran off screaming along the way " cursed , cursed , cursed !" " Are you ok Ms.
Beads of the water settled on the eyelashes of little fawn, weighing them down and reflecting the amber color of her irises. As soon as the moment came, it ended. Little fawn had followed her mother out of the stream and through the forest once more, but they had came upon a dark scar of the landscape Little Fawn had come to love so dearly already. The forest, usually full of life, was silent; the only sound heard was the scraping of the leaves as they scattered across the dirt ground. All around little fawn was the skeleton of trees that were no more; their bark blackened and hardened, fallen across the forest floor, and ashes of the past floating in the air in the wind.
As I flashed back to that day I walk in the house watching every step that I took. I walked up the stairs looking back down at the scary room of clowns. I get up stairs and there are two doors one is red and one is green. I walk towards the green door and I turn the door knob and open the door quickly. The room is filled with spiders which I am also afraid of.
Entering the house, we decided to get over our fear of haunted houses; the wooden stairs that lead to the porch were squeaking under our feet, there were cockroaches crawling all over the place, and spider webs around the door. Something caught our attention. There was a writing that stuck out like a sore thumb in the midst of the darkness. Someone placed the writing where the doorbell should have been, and in white letters, it said, “Be careful. Don 't end up like the rest.” Disturbing.