Chapter 4
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“The deer took off running at the same moment I did, and in one smooth motion it jumped over a fence and bolted off at full speed. I wasn't even sure I could catch it in my weakened state, but I pursued it anyway, quickly closing the distance. It took three tries, but I was finally able to wrap my arms around the beast, holding on as tight as I could, knowing if I failed I wouldn't get another chance. I pulled hard and threw it off balance and we rolled onto the ground together, the deer's full weight against my chest knocking the wind out of me. Once on the ground, I got my legs around its midsection and held fast to the rack to restrain the head. I tore a gash in the muscular neck, biting once to get throug...

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