The Dovekeepers - Part 1 (Yael): Pages 80-123 Summary & Analysis

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Although she wanted to stay in the place where Ben Simon’s bones rested, Yael knew it would mean death so she chose to go through the desert with her father and the two soldiers. She knew the journey from the desert would be too hard on the goat so she set it free. When she tried to run it away from her because it wanted to follow, Yael felt as if she were chasing Sia’s ghost away instead of the goat.

In the desert they made their meals on birds Yael would catch. The warriors joked with Yael that she was a huntress but her father only glared at her. The two warriors, who were really just boys, told stories of the fortress to which they were headed. Yael thought these stories were absurd as they described the fortification...

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