Living in Threes

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  • ebook
  • 278 pages
  • Living in Threes
  • Judith Tarr
  • English
  • 06 June 2018

About the Author: Judith Tarr

Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Living in Threes book, this is one of the most wanted Judith Tarr author readers around the world.


Living in Threes Three lives Three worlds Three times Three young women, past, present, and future, come together to solve an age old mystery and save a world.Meredith has the summer all planned She ll hang out with her friends, ride her horse, and spend time with her mom, who is recovering from cancer Then her mom drops a bomb she s sending Meredith to Egypt to dig up mummies with her aunt the archaeologist Meredith doesn t want to go At all But there are forces at work than a sixteenth birthday present she doesn t want and a summer she didn t plan and a greater adventure than she could ever have imagined.Meru lives in a far future Earth, where disease has been eliminated and humans travel through the stars in living ships Meru and her friend Yoshi have been accepted into the school for starpilots, but just as they re about to leave, a strange message from Meru s mother drives Meru away from her home and family and sends her on a journey to find her mother and save the people of Earth from a terrible plague.Meritre is a singer in the Temple of Amon in ancient Egypt Her people have survived a devastating plague, but Meritre is foresighted, and what she sees is terrifying As she tries to find a magical spell that will keep her family and friends safe, the gods take one last life and that life, and death, resonate through Meredith and Meru to the end of time. Download Living in Threes – passionbusiness.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “Living in Threes

  1. Sherwood Smith says:

    This is one of those projects that needed the freedom of small press.Judith Tarr, whose name many of you will recognize, had written the project of her heart her agent read it, loved it, said, I m not sure how to market it But sent it out anyway And after a few ice ages had passed, notes came back from editors that boiled down to Loved it, but not sure how to market it.So Judy brought it to the rest of us at Book View Cafe When I read it, I saw what the Big Six was whinnying about much o This is one of those projects that needed the freedom of small press.Judith Tarr, whose name many of you will recognize, had written the project of her heart her agent read it, loved it, said, I m not sure how to market it But sent it out anyway And after a few ice ages had passed, notes cam...

  2. Tracey says:

    This was a book received through LibraryThing s Early Reviewers thank you I ve been trying to cut back on the books I put my name in for on LibraryThing, because while I ve had pretty good luck there have been a number of clunkers plus I m a ways behind on my Netgalley books But when I saw Judith Tarr s name on the book, it was a no brainer I had to request it, and I was happy when I received it I was not so happy with the cover art This is one of those times when I m happy to have th This was a book received through LibraryThing s Early Reviewers thank you I ve been trying to cut back on the books I put my name in for on LibraryThi...

  3. C.E. Murphy says:

    There s a book I read when I was about 10, in 6th grade, probably, or possibly 5th Anyway I don t remember the title or author, but the gist of the story was about girl who perhaps became ill and traveled back to ancient Egypt and lived there for a time At the end of the story there s some question about whether it really happened or was a fever dream I loved the book intensely I m going to have to make the internet tell me what it was.Judith Tarr s LIVING IN THREES hit me right in the swe There s a book I read when I was about 10, in 6th grade, probably, or possibly 5th Anyway I don t remember the title or author, but the gist of the story was about girl who perhaps became ill and traveled back to ancient Egypt and lived there for a time At the end of the story there s some question about whether ...

  4. Rachel Brown says:

    My quest to readself published books is mostly demonstrating to me that there is often no difference in quality between them and traditionally published books In fact, in certain genres, it is much easier to findambitious or unusual books, of equal literary quality, in self publishing.I am tempted to say that this middle grade book isambitious than most, but recently middle grade seems to be gettingambitious, while YA, overall, is getting less so.It s divided into three My quest to readself published books is mostly demonstrating to me that there is often no difference in quality between them and traditionally published books In fact, in certain genres, it is much easier to findambitious or unusual bo...

  5. Beth Cato says:

    I supported Judith Tarr s Kickstarter project to fund this book and have looked forward to reading it for months I can see why this book wasn t marketable by agents and needed to be self published not that that it s criticism of the book s quality or story, but the fact that it s completely cross genre It s simultaneously a contemporary YA novel, historical fiction, and far future science fiction I was quite curious as to how those varied settings would weave together, and was very, very, pl I supported Judith Tarr s Kickstarter project to fund this book and have looked forward to reading it for months I can see why this book wasn t marketable by agents and needed to be self published not that that it s criticism of the book s quality or story,...

  6. Joy says:

    I loved it LIVING IN THREES is one of those teen books that are good for adults as well All three teenaged girls are endearing and authentic courageous, intelligent and loving Mind you, they might not be so endearing sometimes if the reader was a family member, but s...

  7. Katharine Kerr says:

    Tarr has done an amazing job of interweaving the stories of three young women who may be incarnations of the same soul One lives in ancient Egypt, one in our time, and one in the far future For a short book, these t...

  8. Rick Kirka says:

    The only problem was it was all too short An interesting take on interwoven universes, without most of the contradictions She has a historian s grasp of the ancient past, a reasonable idea of the distant future, and NAILS so much of the present Plus enough secondary issues to keep the entire work from being a tale of dread until t...

  9. M— says:

    An ambitious, epically spanning coming of age tale best suited for teenagers Tarr s writing is top notch, and I found her description of the hidden Egyptian tomb particularly stunning.I was not, however, a fan of the novel s braided trio of voices Meredith s modern age voice bookends the book and seemed awkward as the only point of view in first person, especially when her personal tale seemed so unfinished It really bugged that some of her plot s elements were never given conclusions view An ambitious, epically spanning coming of age tale best suited for teenagers Tarr s writing is top notch, and I found her description of the hidden Egyptian tomb particularly stunning.I was not, however, a fan of the novel s braided trio of voices Meredith s modern age voice bookends the book and seemed awkward as the only point of view in first person, especially when her personal tale seemed so unfinished It really bugged that some of her plot s elements were never given conclusions view spoiler Her beloved mare s pregnancy wasn t mentioned much, even after they were reunited and her father s intention to move her out of the state she was raised in where her friends and beloved horses are was mention once early on and never again hide spoiler Meritre s ancient past voice seemed the least used, which I found a pity as she interested me and Meru s far future voice seemed the most vague I still have no idea what a sta...

  10. Sorcha says:

    The book focusses on Meredith, a 16 year old American girl who fancies a summer break looking after her white horse who is hopefully pregnant , turtle watching and hanging out with her friends However, her mother recovering from cancer sends her to Egypt to help Meredith s aunt in a dig There she becomes aware of two other people Meru who lives 4000 years into the future and Meritre who lives 4000 years in the past as a singer for the female pharoh All are tied together through a sick The book focusses on Meredith, a 16 year old American girl who fancies a summer break looking after her white horse wh...