Burning for Revenge - Chapters 13 & 14 Summary & Analysis

John Marsden (writer)
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Chapters 13 & 14 Summary

The teens finally arrive in Stratton after hours of wading through the river. They are absolutely ravenous, but have only chewing gum to hold their appetites at bay. Ellie decides that they should head toward her grandmother's house. She knows her grandmother won't be there - all the civilians were shipped away to work camps months ago - she knows the way, and at least the house will provide some much needed shelter until they can come up with another plan. As the children walk, they unexpectedly hear planes overhead. The New Zealand army used to love bombing, but with the sudden growth of enemy occupation, they haven't been able to bomb. The teenagers know that it is due in large part to their attack on the airbase that their army has found room in the sky to fly once again. Enemy soldiers...

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