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Of Zue warns Anya to keep these dreams to herself so that she will not be teased Anya follows her advice until one day she warns others of the accident in the uarry People laugh but when the accident happens Anya is accused of causing it and is ostracised until a trader comes to take her to 'the mountain' On the mountain Anya meets others like herself and is welcomed with open arms She soon learns to understand her dreams as 'memories' of anot I read this way back in my teens years and I loved it I read it several times during those years and it is a story that has always stuck with me even when I forgot the actual title of the book The red sky the dreams the rift the mountains I love the whole Tajore Arkle world and wish there were books I have so many vivid images and memories from this story I just wish I knew where my copy was so I could re read it againOne of my teen favourites

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Tajore ArkleHer time She meets Ib the only other young person on the mountain Convinced of the existence of a third 'pastseer' like themselves they journey to 'the rift' a wasteland which circumnavigates the planet to find this third person Poisoned by the plants that existthere anyone who travels into 'the rift' dies Anya and Ib are certain their friend has found a way to live in 'the rift' unharmed and plan to find her and bring her back to 'the mountain Purely original and amazing You really wish it never ended

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Download Tajore Arkle Reader Í 289 pages ´ Tajore Arkle is a world filled with sand and dust Sweetwater is collected from seeps in dark caves where Manna the major food source also grows Anya is too young to work in the uarry collecting stone like her parents and she and her sister Zue are responsible for collecting the supplies Zue is thTajore Arkle is a world filled with sand and dust Sweetwater is collected from seeps in dark caves where Manna the major food source also grows Anya is too young to work in the uarry collecting stone like her parents and she and her sister Zue are responsible for collecting the supplies Zue is the only person with whom Anya shares her dreams They are strange dreams; dreams of a blue sky and blue water and birds and animals that no one has heard 3 12 starsTajore Arkle is a world of sand dust red skies and relentless work Anya lives on an insulated village where folks wake up to work in the local uarry and go to bed at end of the day with hardly any breaks in between They eat Manna their only food source and drink the nutritious sweetwater collected in dark caves by the children who are too still young to do uarry work It’s a bleak world a hard life but everybody knows this is just how things areBut Anya dreams She dreams of impossible things of blue skies clear water rain animals and foods no one has heard of She knows her dreams make her different and she mostly keeps them to herself – until one day she dreams about danger in the uarry tries to warn the villagers and when a terrible accident happens everybody blames her The villagers ostracize Anya her family turn their backs on her and eventually she is sent away to the mysterious Mountain never to returnOn the Mountain Anya meets other dreamers like herself and is for the first time in her life welcomed with open arms She comes to learn that she is a Pastseer like everybody else on the Mountain and that her dreams are memories of a past long gone There she meets Ib a fellow Pastseer whom she has a profound connection withShe keeps dreaming though and her dreams show her a girl who seems to be in danger Anya is convinced that the girl is alive right now and in the Rift the no go area that surrounds Tajore Arkle Everybody tells Anya that those are impossible things Pastseers do not dream of the present and nobody could be living in the poisonous RiftTajore Arkle proved to be a fascinating read from its opening pages and Tajore Arkle itself is an incredibly thought out imaginative worldBut what exactly is Tajore Arkle Anya’s dreams show a world similar to our own but is Tajore Arkle in its past or its future Or is it something else altogether As Anya travels around Tajore Arkle and comes to know about it including things she never thought possible those initial uestions are answered but become almost irrelevant in the great scheme of thingsBecause beyond those basic uestions about the setting and the background of the novel what is really fascinating is the novel’s exploration of different cultures peoples and especially how social practices are related to history and to the land itself It was great fun to see how the people on the Mountain used their knowledge of the past as tools and how the peoples in Tajore Arkle adapte that knowledge to their present circumstances in creative waysOne of the biggest points in the novel is the existence of completely insulated communities set in their ways and how does this isolation affect the lives of its peoples One of the uestions that Anya asks herself is whether the insulation of those communities including that of the Pastseers of the Mountain is what causes people to fear them or is the fear and prejudice simply a reaction result of their own isolation The answer is not simple or straightforward but I enjoyed seeing Anya confronting the status uo and the idea that “this is how things are”I especially love how this uestioning is framed as a deeply personal choice and something that works for Anya without making those who don’t uestion or who are happy with their way of life lesser by contrast In that sense Anya is a wonderful protagonist someone who dares to dream literally and figuratively and who learns not to take things for granted I loved how she was eager to change and how arguing for her beliefs was a learning curveMy only real “problem” with Tajore Arkle is how short it is and how certain parts read like a summary rather than a fully developed story There is certainly enough material in this one story that could have been better developed Regardless I really enjoyed this and it was really good to see how this older title featured a bunch of strong well developed female characters tooThe bad news is that the book is out of print Boo