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Read ↠ This Star Shall Abide ↠ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Ã Children of the Star trilogy Book One Noren knew that his world was not as it should be—it was wrong that only the Scholars and Technicians could use metal and Machines It was wrong that only they had access to the knowledge hidden in the mysterious CThe High Law and had no faith in the Prophecy’s promised fulfillment But was defiance enough or could some way be found to make it come tru. This is Book 1 of my Children of the Star trilogy Unlike Books 2 and 3 it is available in paperback separately as well as in the omnibus The cover of the current edition but not the book itself was changed in July 2015

Read & Download ´ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Û Sylvia Engdahl

Ould use metal and Machines It was wrong that only they had access to the knowledge hidden in the mysterious City He was a heretic He defied. I am delighted to have discovered this book again I read it in Primary School grade six or seven and expected it to be in my High School Library It wasn't I have been searching for it for thirty years The main problem being that I misremembered the name Heritage of the Star as The Heretic StarA wonderful book including a powerful well realised world setting and a main character with whom I truly identified I am off to to buy a copy The two seuels I was not aware of and they also join my shopping list

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This Star Shall AbideChildren of the Star trilogy Book One Noren knew that his world was not as it should be it was wrong that only the Scholars and Technicians c. This book affected me very very strongly as a young teenager The themes in the book of expected blind belief and striving for truth in spite of the perceived conseuences struck deep into the core of meNoren's uest for the truth of why his society is set up how it is still moves me despite the fact I already know the end as I have read the book before Noren perceives that something is wrong in the rigid non evolving society that he's grown up in Why are machines sacred and who are the scholars living in the only city which is closed to all others and who are never seen except at the gates of the city once a dayThe story of Noren's growing heresy against society and the religion of the Mother Star and the conseuences of his uestioning it is one of the most unusual science fiction books that I have ever read It's not about science it's a lack of science It's the nature of belief and also whether one can stick to one's principles even when those principles are found to be based on untruthsI highly recommend this book both to young adults and also to grown adults