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The Last Mammoth by Margaret Allan

The Last Mammoth

by Margaret Allan

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the mammoths are dying, the people are dying. can Moon face, Rising Sun and Running Deer find the answer to save their people? ( )
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Whenever a thing changes and quits its proper limits, this change is at once the death of that which was before."
All changes, even the most longed for, have their melancholy; for what we leave behind us ia part of ourselves; we must die to one life before we can enter into another!"
Anatole France
You cannot step twice into the same river, for other waters are continuously flowing.
And when you gaze into the abyss, the abyss also gazes into you.Friedrich Nietzche
This is for Desmond Mong Seng Tan
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The People of the Mammoth had reached the edge of doom. the Great Maya had left the world of the living. The sacred Mammoth Stone had shattered. No longer did the People have safe haven in the fertile Green Valley. But only the Shaman Gotha knew how close they were to extinction. and even he did not know that their sole hope lay in the youth Rising Sun, as yet unaware of his divine birthright and sacred mission... and the passionately rebellious girl Running Deer, who vowed to be worthy of her ancestor, the Great Maya herself.

Together, these two, and the apprentice Moon Face, had to journey to the ends of the world...through jungles of terror and spiritual wastelands...to the abandoned thrones of the God...to the yawning darkness where the halves of the lost Mammoth Stone waited to be rejoined.....to a searching, all-encompassing struggle against nameless, faceless evil that would decide their yoked fates and the fate of all humankind.
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When the People of the Mammoth face extinction, their only hope lies in young Rising Sun, who is ignorant of his divine birthright, and the rebellious Running Deer, an ancestor of a late tribal leader.

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