The Perfect Hope: Book Three of the Inn BoonsBoro Trilogy - Chapters 19 and 20, and epilogue Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 19 and 20, and epilogue Summary

In chapter nineteen, Ryder has a dream about Billy's final day of life. He sees the battlefield through Billy's eyes and is horrified at the carnage. There is a particular path that has become so filled with dead men and their blood that it is later known as Bloody Lane. Billy obeys the orders to push forward again and again, though hundreds from both sides are dying. Suddenly he realizes he can't possibly take one more life and he stops firing. In that moment, he's shot. He doesn't really feel the pain as he falls but he pulls Eliza's picture from its hiding place. His hands are bloodied and he can't hold the photograph. Then he knows he's wounded and he won't be returning to his beloved Eliza. His one regret is that he won't share the...

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