Big Game

Big Game

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Oskari is a Finnish boy living in a remote mountain village who is just days away from his 13th birthday but who must first pass an important test in order to become a man. Armed with a bow and arrow, he must spend a full day and night in the forest and hunt the most powerful animal he can find, who will determine what kind of man he will become. Not long after he sets out, the sky opens up and sends a strange object and an unusual passenger crashing down to the forest floor. He assumes it s an alien until the passenger introduces himself as the president of the United States. Air Force One has been sabotaged and crashed, leaving the president to run for his life. Will Oskari s hunt prove that he is strong and brave enough to save both himself and the president? This action-packed adventure has been adapted into a major motion picture starting Samuel L. Jackson."show more

Product details

  • 12-17
  • Paperback | 281 pages
  • 145 x 211 x 23mm | 567g
  • Spain
  • Spanish
  • New edition
  • 8483433737
  • 9788483433737

About Dr Dan Smith

Dan Smith has lived in many places that inspire his writing - including Sierra Leone, Sumatra, Brazil, Spain, the Soviet Union, and Newcastle. His first novel, "Dry Season," was shortlisted for the Authors Club Best First Novel Award 2011, and was nominated for the IMPAC Dublin Literary Award. He is also the author of "My Friend the Enemy, Dark Horizons, The Child Thief, Red Winter, The Darkest Heart, "and" My Brother s Secret. ""show more

Review Text

Oskari es un chico fi nlandés que está a punto de cumplir trece años, pero antes deberá superar la gran prueba: armado con un arco y un juego de fl echas, tendrá que pasar un día y una noche solo en el bosque y cazar el animal más imponente que encuentre. Pero de repente el cielo tiembla y cae al bosque un extraño objeto con un insólito pasajero. La cacería de Oskari no ha hecho más que more

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504 ratings
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5 23% (116)
4 43% (216)
3 26% (130)
2 6% (30)
1 2% (12)
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