Jenna miller missing in alaska

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jenna miller missing in alaska

Bearwalker by Joseph Bruchac

I read about BearWalker, it was written by Joseph Bruchac. It is about some people turns half to a bear and attacked people. My favorite part is when one of the teacher in the story read about Jason Jones, he is a monster, half a bear half a person. People make fun of him. So once he get really mad, and kill a lot of people and run away. After he is dead, his ghost attacking people again. That is my favorite part. Author is writing this book is because he want to show people how close is an indian and a bear. It is so cool!
I connected to this book is because my last book is about bears too, I think I am interested in bears. It is hard for us to face a bear or stand between a mother bear and her cubs, you will get in trouble! Of course I will recommend this book because it is scary. People would like to read this book for fun. I hope you can read my review, if you do not know about the mother bear and the cubs. Otherwise you will get in a really big TROUBLE!
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Either he died in the Alaska wilderness or he ran away -- or both. Jim Miller, 39, left his Anchorage home Sept. His car was found about three weeks later in the parking lot of Resurrection Pass Trail, a popular hiking route in the Chugach National Forest south of Anchorage. But intensive searches turned up no sign of the experienced outdoorsman other than unconfirmed sightings. Miller is among 3, people reported missing in Alaska this year and one of the who remain missing, according to the Missing Persons Clearinghouse maintained by Alaska state troopers.

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