A Long Way Gone

What does Ishmael think about the war, the people dying, the children dying, the babies dying, everybody he loves is dying. What do you think Ishmael feels about that?

His thoughts on the people dying at every village he's been to.

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This depends when in the novel you are referring to. When he joins the government forces, Beah becomes desensitized to all the killing. He is also often on drugs the soldiers give him. The killing and dying becomes routine for him.