The Dog Stars - Book Two: Chapter III Summary & Analysis

Peter Heller
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Book Two: Chapter III Summary

The place looks deserted. The cows and a few sheep look like they are starving. Using his scope, he looks around, spying a ladder that is leaning against the rock beside the waterfall. He can hear Bangley's voice in his head asking him about exigencies and probing to discover exactly what Hig hopes to gain from this encounter. Hig is so comfortable that he could almost sleep right there, snugged into the rocks, but Bangley's voice comes back again with a slap, reminding him that while he is there napping, the others were likely to be working their way around his flank like they would have in their shoes. Hig gives himself a mental slap, trying to answer the questions he knew Bangley would be asking. Why did he land? What was he hoping to accomplish by...

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