Atonement’s End: A fantasy character study

Tsarra wondered when home had become the last place she wanted to be.

That same old door that had greeted her with a welcoming creak since before she could hold a javelin was now an untrustworthy friend that would proclaim her failings to the whole house as soon as she stepped inside.

Hours ago, she had stared down a monster, unafraid. Why did her feet fail her now?

Read Atonement’s End here

Another rewrite today! This one was originally entitled “A moment of forgiveness” and posted on Simily. I decided to tweak it just a bit – though not quite as much as “The Lion of Garatoth” – and then change the title before uploading it to Vocal.

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