Bringing Ezra Back
|Rating||:||4.15 (921 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||160 Pages|
Traveling with a peddler of dubious reputation, he sets off to find him and bring him home. As that story ends, Nathan Fowler has experienced evil incarnate in the form of Weasel, a mercenary trained to hate the areas Shawnee. Only 12, Nathan has become shy of strangers after his experience with Weasel, and he must learn to read people, to hone his instincts. Nathans father nearly died by Weasels treachery, but Ezra Ketcham, a white neighbor who was married to a Shawnee woman, saved him, and then left to seek his wifes people. He relies on his practical frontier background, and a gr
M. Heiss said A parent's review -- less disturbing than "Weasel". In this follow-up novel to "Weasel," Nathan is 1"A parent's review -- less disturbing than "Weasel"" according to M. Heiss. In this follow-up novel to "Weasel," Nathan is 12 and hears about a circus of human monstrosities traveling around the country. One of the oddities sounds like a man who once saved his father's life -- Ezra. Nathan teams up with a traveling saleman to . and hears about a circus of human monstrosities traveling around the country. One of the oddities sounds like a man who once saved his father's life -- Ezra. Nathan teams up with a traveling saleman to . I read this to my students. My fifth grade class voted on this. They liked it, but enjoyed Weasel more. We would love a third book to the series!
The biggest shock, however, is Ezra himself, and it will take more than Nathan bargained for to bring him back home. This long-anticipated sequel to Weasel is a masterful adventure story, in which Nathan Fowler triumphs over the legacy of fear left him by the villain Weasel.. On the way, Nathan encounters more people than he's ever met before, and he begins to learn a thing or two about human nature. When Beckwith shows Nate and his family a handbill advertising a show with a "white Injun," a man without a tongue, Nathan is sure the man is his friend Ezra, who lost his tongue to Weasel's knife. Nathan hasn't been the same since, wary of every new person he meets - including the visiting peddler Orrin Beckwith. September 1840 marks five months since twelve-year-old Nathan Fowler's life-threatening encounter with Weasel, the heartless man who stalked Nathan like a wild animal through the forest. Determined to save Ezra from this traveling show of "human oddities," Nathan sets out with Beckwith from