The Dog Stars - Book Three: Chapter II: Pages 178 - 190 Summary & Analysis

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Book Three: Chapter II: Pages 178 - 190 Summary

Pop leaves with hardly a backward glance to the family farm. Cima selects a ram and ewe to take along, and they coax them to the plane where Cima hogties them. It isn't a textbook take off, but Hig and the Beast get into the air, Cima screaming as they reach the end of the runway space. They cross the river and land to pick up Pops. He climbs in behind his daughter and they take off for Grand Junction. Ten miles east, Hig begins calling. They reach Grand Junction to find entire areas burned to ash. Bones of the dead had been piled so high that they could see them from a difference. Cima throws up, the cloying smell and sights of the town they'd shopped in overwhelming her. Hig understands her...

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