Chapters 29-30 Summary
At night the forest does not seem as peaceful, but the girls hold hands for comfort and slowly make their way through until they find a wide path heading toward a meadow. Rachel sees the lights of a car approaching. As they decide whether to stop it or not, they see there is a long line of cars heading their way. There are no bushes for cover, so they press themselves flat against the dirt to avoid being seen by the German soldiers on patrol. They can see the men quite clearly, and the girl anticipates being discovered, but the jeeps keep moving.
After waiting a few moments in the silence, the girls get up and head toward the light from a small farmhouse nearby. Inside the window...
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