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Drogga has always made the journey alone. His cart wobbles over hard ground, crossing the empty land between his village and the tower. But when Drogga finds a human child—strangely pale and hairless—hiding at this near-sacred place, he resists his instinct to chase her off. He feeds the girl. He listens to her stories of the city, where humans still live. Only later, when Drogga’s sister insists that she must accompany him to the tower, does he realize that he has made a terrible mistake. Olka will never approve of this child. Drogga sees only one option. The two must never meet.
Keeper of the Akku is a novelette (about 50 pages, or 16,000 words) and is available as an ebook on Amazon.