I am still reading the 十二国記 novel 月の影 影の海. At the end of the first part, after a rather harrowing day, Yoko is riding a leopard-like magical creature, flying through the night sky, when they are attacked by a multitude of enemy creatures. Eventually trapped, she is thrown off the leopard's back, falling from the sky. She opens her eyes, sees a boar-like creature coming at her, and feels a flesh-tearing impact in her right hand. She hears a creature's scream and her own yell. Then follows this sentence:
I understand the general gist of the sentence - at this point her five senses give in - figuratively joining her body in falling into the darkness.
The trouble I'm having is with the
までもが there. This is not the first time I run into a
もが - I've seen
誰もが already, but it, too, confuses me.
How does が following も work? What is the meaning of this particular case (
までもが), is there any relation between this construct and
誰もが, and are there additional examples of such