The Farming of Bones - Chapters 27-29 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 27-29 Summary

After walking the mountain trail all night Yves and Amabelle reach a crossroads where one trail leads further into the mountains and another winds back down into the valley. On the lower trail an oxen cart is stuck in the mud. The wagon is loaded with bodies, one of which falls out and rolls down the hill. The armed men beat a moving body until it is still and carry on pulling the cart down the trail. Yves and Amabelle gather their wits and trudge on past mountain villages and vistas of the cane fields below. They come upon a group of travelers following the same trail.

Wilner and Odette had walked all the way from the other side of the country from a far cane mill and had met up with the others along the way. Two Dominican sisters are on their way to...

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