The White Mountains - Chapter 10 The White Mountains Summary & Analysis

John Christopher and Samuel Youd
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Chapter 10 The White Mountains Summary

Within hours of the battle with the Tripod, the boys hear numerous other Tripods rapidly approaching from several directions. They run at top speed as long as they can and eventually run down into a valley with a stream running along the bottom. Many Tripods are scouring the area, projecting brilliant spotlights onto the ground and using their tentacles to rip up bushes and other potential hiding places. They boys are unsure how the Tripods are able to follow them, but Beanpole surmises they must be following their tracks. The boys then run along the riverbed, keeping in the water to avoid making more tracks.

However, their long run has taken its toll and the tireless Tripods continue mechanically searching and begin to close in on the boys from all directions. Beanpole notices a slight ledge on...

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