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When he is there he saw dogs and shortly after that he saw a weird man. Shortly after he sees him he vanishes into the forest. Leaving just him and the dogs.
The dogs lead him to a cave where he finds stone age weapons. When he leaves the cave he meats a ferocious bear that leads him right bake into the cave.
With no were to go the wild man appears and saves him. Next the kayak group that Andy was with finally finds him and they take him and the wild man back.
While they were kayaking back Andy found out that the wild man was a scientist who faked his death so the University would pay closer attention to his theory.
After that they kayaked bake to Alaska. My favorite quote of the story happened on page , "This island will always be known to me as wild mans island.
Apr 23, Everett rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Adolescents, teachers. Another fine tale in the adolescent literature genre from Will Hobbs.
The setting is Admiralty Island off the coast of Alaska. Although an unfortunate title for the book, there is plenty of substance.
A young man, wrestling with the lost of his father some years ago, explores the past and present on his journey.
The book has the right mix of current archeology and believable adventure to captivate the reader. This is a good classroom read or a fun independent adult quick-read if you enjoy the Another fine tale in the adolescent literature genre from Will Hobbs.
This is a good classroom read or a fun independent adult quick-read if you enjoy the genre. Do not overlook the Author's Notes for some excellent website and research references my students explored these on their own.
I rate books as per genre. Oct 24, Josue Rojas rated it it was amazing. Personal Response I have to say I really enjoyed this book.
In the beginning of the book, I had found the book boring. The more I read the book, the more I wanted to read it.
As the story progressed, Andy had to learn how to survive on the island. Andy went on many struggles to survive. Plot In the beginning of the book, Andy was on a trip to Alaska.
Andy and his group were there because they were searching for whales. Andy went on the trip, but was their for another reason. Andy separates from Personal Response I have to say I really enjoyed this book.
Andy separates from the group and he ended up on an island. At the island, Andy had to go through many struggles, but he did everything to his power to survive.
Characterization Andy throughout the book got better at survival. At the beginning, he doesn't know what to do at all. He is focused on finding a way to get home.
He struggled at getting food and shelter since he wanted to get home. Later on, he understood that he needs to live in order to get home. Andy found food and he also found a shelter.
Throughout the book there was a wild man who, appeared. In the beginning, the wild man had no trust for Andy. As the book went on, the trust increased.
Setting The book was in Alaska and off an island. Andy is on a trip which was mostly on a canoe in the Ocean. Andy was also on this island which he got there by wiping out in the ocean.
On that island, it seemed like there was civilization at one point because there was an old build there. It was said by the wild man, that on the other side was a small village.
Recommendation I would recommend this book basically to middle school and higher. The book is more set to people that are into adventure. The book seems to be set in our timeline since they give hints off having phone available.
At the beginning, it started out boring then like a couple chapter later it gets more interesting. Both males and female would enjoy this book even if the main character was a male.
I gave this book four stars. View 1 comment. Nov 01, Garrett rated it really liked it. The book is filled with pages of suspenseful moments.
In the beginning we start off our main character, Andy, who is separated from his fellow kayakers by a sudden gale and washes up on ashore, freezing, soaking, and with no supplies except a credit card.
I liked how in the book the tension was kept going and their was only a few dull moments. After Andy is temporarily paralyzed after desperately The book Wild Man Island by Will Hobbs is a great book for those who love a good survival tale.
After Andy is temporarily paralyzed after desperately eating raw shellfish, he is greeted by a friendly dog.
The dog takes him to meet with David, a huge, shy recluse who faked his own death about ten years ago to live off the land.
After distrusting David's intentions at first, Andy runs into a cave system he finds a burial site. Andy faces challenges with admirable courage, and his descriptions of the wildlife, nature, and the spectacular cave formations he discovers hold a ring of authenticity that makes his adventures and hardships as any of Hobbs' novels.
I liked the ending of how David willingly sacrifices his solitude to help Andy back to civilization and acquires a new role as caretaker of the archaeological site.
This helps him return to the island without losing his touch to the outside world. This is definitely a satisfying but rugged ending to this survival tale.
This was a great read by Will Hobbs. Set in southeast Alaska at the ABC islands Admiralty, Baranof, and Chichagof, due south of Juneau , 14 year old Andy is off on a sea-kayaking trip when he gets caught in a storm and marooned on Baranof.
The pacing of the story was terrific and it kept my interest, to see how he fared in this strange, cold wilderness. The author's piece at the end explains what is fact and what is fiction, and is a welcome addition to the story.
I highly recommend it for all This was a great read by Will Hobbs. I highly recommend it for all young boy readers, and many girls will enjoy the adventure as well.
Jul 23, Scott rated it liked it Shelves: young-adult , survival. My son was reading this for school and I've always been a sucker for survival stories so I grabbed this after he was done.
It was much more than I expected, which was good and bad. The survival aspect failed entirely which bummed me out because that was why I was reading the book but that was by design as Hobbs morphed the story into one of hope and discovery.
I'd say this was your standard middle grades book that most any kid would enjoy. It doesn't translate over to adults as well but I My son was reading this for school and I've always been a sucker for survival stories so I grabbed this after he was done.
It doesn't translate over to adults as well but I enjoyed it enough although I did find myself skimming a page here and there. Jun 08, Aly rated it it was amazing.
Andy just wants to feel close to his dad, and have a great adventure when something goes wrong and he has to put all of his survival skills into play.
This book was very good to me. It was full of adventure and mystery, and it kept you on your toes. The way the author described things made me picture them in my head and t was like a mini movie.
I would recommend this book to anyone who loves adventure books. I would also recommend this to any younger kids because I think it would be a great read Andy just wants to feel close to his dad, and have a great adventure when something goes wrong and he has to put all of his survival skills into play.
I would also recommend this to any younger kids because I think it would be a great read for them. Nov 07, Chris Pitone rated it liked it. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.
To view it, click here. The book Wild Man Island is a book about a year-old boy named Andy Galloway that paddles away from his group to visit a site where his dad died and to solve the mystery of the first Americans, but on his journey, a storm hits the area and he struggles to survive.
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