A Long Way Gone Quotes by Ishmael Beah
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A Long Way Gone
All these sounds reached our ears simultaneously. We hurriedly deviated from the path, running into the bushes and lying on the ground. We all looked at him and his face contorted with confusion. We followed him, quietly dragging our bodies on rotten leaves. As we got closer, the sound intensified and a heavy breeze shook the trees above us.
All rights reserved. Finally, they figure it out—they've reached the Atlantic Ocean. They've never seen the ocean before, so they celebrate a little and take some time to relax. Even during a war, the ocean is a great place to relax. The next morning, the boys start to walk along the beach and come to an abandoned village.
Post a Comment. Chapter 9 Questions 1. What sounds do the boys hear? The boys heard the water hitting on the rocks. They heard something like the roar of big engines , the rolling of metal drums on a tar road, a thunder exploding, roll after roll. How does the Ocean help him remain at peace during war? Tell me a spot that keeps you calm.