Gone to Ground by Bronwyn Hall

Gone to Ground by Bronwyn Hall

UN surgeon Rachel Forester is posted at a remote medical clinic deep in the jungle of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. With violence escalating in the region, Dr Forester risks her life by remaining to tend an injured child while the rest of her team evacuates. On the cusp of her final desperate chance to leave, a soldier is carried into the camp by three other members of his unit, his condition so critical, his airlift must take priority over hers. With no help coming, and in the path of warring militias, this small unit must flee through the heart of the jungle to reach the safety of… Read more.

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Trigger & Content Warnings

  • Blood & injury depiction
  • Gun violence
  • Animal death
  • War themes
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