The Dog Stars - Book Two: Chapter I: Pages 95 - 109 Summary & Analysis

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Book Two: Chapter I: Pages 95 - 109 Summary

Hig flies that afternoon to search for survivors. Bangley helps him haul the sled back, apologizing for the concussion that Hig has. From the seat of his plane, Hig can see the scene left behind. He can see the four he killed and the results of the mortar round Bangley had fired. Hig flies low and throws up out the window, recognizing that the dead men on the ground could just as easily have been him. The red union suit is hanging from the pole at the Mennonite camp, so Hig lands and climbs out. When Aaron asks him where Jasper is, Hig is unable to stop the first couple of tears that fall, but is determined to shed no more in front of this group who has already suffered and lost so...

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