Fields of Fire - Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

James Webb
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Chapter 13 Summary

Hodges knows that when water bulls disappear from the fields it is a sign that the enemy is very near. The men are making their way through another village and it is very quiet. Hodges makes a mental note of the piles of human poop along the village perimeter and thinks it's too much for such a small village. He also notices freshly dug bunkers and empty food cans everywhere. He believes the enemy has been there, feasting the night before and getting ready for a battle. He doesn't feel good about the situation at all. The village lay unpopulated.

Hodges leaves a four man gun unit to trail behind him to protect them from the rear. He hears gunfire, turns around, and sees dozens of fleeing villagers. They are carrying long sacks of their belongings. He is happy for his decision to...

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