Snakecharm Setting & Symbolism

Amelia Atwater-Rhodes
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Sha'Mehay

The sha'Mehay is a great nest. It is the nest where the dancers practice, study, live and rest. The sha'Mehay is built into the trees of the forest. It is built from heavy nets, leather, clay and vines. The floor is slate and contains layers of Persian rugs, pillows and blankets. In the center is a constantly burning bonfire. The nets on the ceiling can be rolled back to allow air in or out and as an outlet for the smoke of the bonfire. The sha'Mehay is the central meeting point and discussion location for numerous planning meetings and discussions throughout the novel.

Ahnmik

Ahnmik is an island. It is the island where the avian live and rule. Ahnmik is where Araceli and the empress still live, as well as Safka. This is where Araceli takes Kel and Sebastian/Rei when she captures them from Hawk's Keep...

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