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Inferno in the lost pines

Inferno in the Lost Pines
Katrina Hoover

Down the road the deputies ran, clenched fists meeting front doors. No polite pauses between knocks—these were desperate pounding crashes. “Y’all need to evacuate!” one yelled to a child. “Where’s your mom and dad?” The child pointed. The deputy grasped the child’s hand and they ran off together, united by the adrenaline of escape. Inferno in the Lost Pines tells about people who had to make quick decisions when fleeing danger and thoughtful decisions when moving into an unexpected future, looking for redemption and meaning after the 2011 Bastrop forest fire.

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