Red Storm Rising - Chapters 27 through 34 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 27 through 34 Summary

The Pharris is torpedoed and Morris watches as the wake of the bomb approaches the boat. Then he's thrown backwards and discovers his executive officer, headless, in the midst of severe damage. The boat is damaged beyond continuing the mission but doesn't sink. Morris, at the advice of his crew, arranges for a tug to begin the slow process of returning home, though they're being pulled backwards because of the damage to the bow. McCafferty arrives in Scotland to learn that three torpedoes he deployed actually found their mark and saved a Norwegian submarine crew.

Meanwhile, Russians break into the lines on the ground at Germany and the Allied forces realize that the have a serious problem on their hands. If they can't "plug the hole" and repel the Russians, Germany may very well fall to the Russian forces.

Morris arrives at port in Boston...

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