The Dog Stars - Book One: Chapters II and III Summary & Analysis

Peter Heller
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Book One: Chapters II and III Summary

Hig loves to fly. In the first week after Bangley's arrival, he'd taken him up in the Cessna for reconnaissance of the area and flying over the Mennonite camp, he tells Hig that they have the blood sickness. He had come across them before meeting Hig and was forced to shoot two of them who had come too close. Bangley voices his desire for an incendiary at that moment, and Hig, stunned, just listens. The children below wave at him on the way by and Hig tells Bangley that they are Mennonites, not Druids. Bangley is silent for the rest of the trip.

After the most recent firefight, Hig leaves rifle, goggles and Jasper behind and passing the west hangers he just walks. Without thinking, his feet take him to his trail into...

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