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Book 2, The Saxon Shore: Chapters 11-14 Summary

Chapter 11.

Eire is first seen through the sheen of fog. The land is strange compared to what they are used to seeing. Because of the fog, they have landed in an area filled with enemies. Fortune is with them, and no enemies are in the immediate area. The men discover that there are no roads, so they can't travel as fast as they had hoped. They decide to head north following the coastline, keeping regular contact with those still in the boat. At one point something bellows then attacks them. It is an enraged boar. They kill it then collect their horses, which had run off in fright. Since no one comes after them even after all the noise of the attack, they decide no enemies are around and prepare a feast with the fresh killed pig...

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