Chapter Summary: The Bully Boys By Eric Walters

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The novel, “The Bully Boys” by Eric Walters chapters 15-18 continues about a farm boy named Thomas who rides alongside James FitzGibbon as a companion due to the fact the Americans are hunting him down. First, FitzGibbon is hit by a musket ball and is injured. Thomas needs to defend FitzGibbon from getting hit again so, Thomas kills 1 soldier, badly wounds 1 while the third one escaped. The injured soldier tells Thomas to deliver a letter to his wife and kids because he thinks he is close to death. Thomas keeps thinking about the man he killed because once you have killed a man, it will stay in your memory for ever. Then, Laura Secord, a loyal British subject, who has walked from Queenston comes to warn FitzGibbon about how the Americans are

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