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Jason's Gold

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 4, 2008

    Best of the west

    This book is about a boy named Jason who finds out about gold in Alaska and goes there all by himself from New York. Jason has a rough time along the way, but meets many new friends on his journey. What I didn¿t like about this book is that it never really picked up until about half way through the story, and then it got interesting. I did like the book¿s storyline though, about surviving in the wilderness and being able to make it on your own. This book is a part of a series, but you can read it without any of the other books, because it is the first book of its storyline. This book doesn¿t really remind me of any television shows or movies, except for maybe some of the old western movies. This book is sort of similar to Gary Paulsen¿s books, such as all of the Brian books and also the Mr. Tucket series of books. This book is adventurous and can be far fetched, because some of the things this fifteen year old kid did would be unimaginable to any grown man¿s abilities. Overall though, this is a pretty good and interesting book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 17, 2006

    Boring Book do not read do not gibe it a chance

    My opinion of this is it needs more action and excitment for it to be interesting.My reasons to support this book is I never really got interested in this book and it was hard to follow like in one part he was hunting then in the other part you were swimming. The best parts in this book were when Jason was hunting bears and got attacked by three bears but he killed them all. The worst parts of this book were when his dog was killed by the bear. I reccommend this book to people that like books that have alot wilderness and alot of lessons.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 6, 2003

    Jason's Gold

    This book was all right. It was a very adventurous. This is a book for everyone, even little kids, of course if they can read it. The beginning was very boring, but that¿s how most books start out. After the first hundred pages or so and it turned out all right. Jason's gold should win an award. It has good wording and the book flows. It was an easy read and i enjoyed it for the most part. Some of it was slow but the rest of the book was action packed. I gave this book the 3 stars because it was boring in the beginning but got better as i progressed through the book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 28, 2002

    Okay but not great

    I thought this book wasn't that good. It was kinda dull and the plot was not interesting.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 24, 2002

    a ok book

    I liked this book, but not as much as I do to others. It is a regular book like anyother book. So ethier read this book or not, its up to you!

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