On Her Majesty's Secret Service - Chapter 17, Bloody Snow Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 17, Bloody Snow Summary

Exhausted, Bond skis down the mountain. Two gunmen catch up to him, and bullets whiz past. He skis for his life. Suddenly, Bond realizes that he's on the wrong ski path. This is the black path, the most difficult one, and it's closed because of danger of avalanche. With all the gunfire and explosions, an avalanche will certainly occur. Suddenly, the sky bursts alive with fireworks. Bond realizes that it's the perfect cover for the gunfire. Then, he realizes that it's Christmas Eve. No one will question the celebration. At this moment, the avalanche breaks and begins roaring down the mountain after him.

Bond races toward the trees. He barely beats the thundering snow. Finally, he reaches the bottom of the mountain and finds that one of the gunman has come down the shorter path after him. He hopes the other one was...

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