By Bonnie Bryant
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Extra info for Stable Hearts (The Saddle Club, Book 63)
Bill, the pilot, hovers over a group of Marines who have had casualties. He lands the chopper, and you help George get the wounded men onto it. Even before you lift off, George is treating the injured. He wraps bleeding wounds and gives the men medicine to kill their pain. Soon you are speeding off to the hospital at Chu Lai. The battle goes on all through the day, and your chopper flies several more missions. You feel your stomach churn as you see horrendous injuries, such as arms and legs blown off.
You approach the soldier, and he grabs your arm. ” “My brother is in the army,” you say. “I never 60 hear from him. ” “Come with me,” the soldier says. He begins dragging you down the street. Maybe he will take you to a military office and question you. But most likely he will torture you because he thinks you are with the Viet Cong. You wish you had never left your home and come to Saigon. 61 THE END To follow another path, turn to page 11. To read the conclusion, turn to page 101. ” The next day your unit attacks a nearby Viet Cong camp.
But before you can do anything, an enemy bullet pierces your right shoulder. You fall to your knees. ” your sergeant says, as a massive NVA force begins to swarm toward 41 your company. Turn the page. As you struggle to stand, artillery fire from the Marines begins to hit the advancing enemy. The NVA duck for cover, and in that moment you start to run. In a second, you feel another bullet hit you in the leg, and then another. You fall again. The artillery shelling stops. The Marine gunners must think they’ve wiped everyone out, or else are running low on ammo.
Stable Hearts (The Saddle Club, Book 63) by Bonnie Bryant