December – 1022 YD
Kesia reached to knock at Kengar’s door, a little out of breath, and the sun barely above the trees; a note under her door had informed of her uncle’s return. Her knuckles almost touched the wood when shrill shouting came from the rear of the house.
‘Don’t you walk away from me!’ Tàvae shouted. ‘For months I have tried—’
‘Get inside!’ ordered Kengar.
Alarmed, Kesia skirted the house.
‘Can you not hear me? Do you not—’
‘I said get inside!’
‘You came outside to begin with, now you order me in?’ Continue reading “Chapter Four: Homecoming §1”