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Reblogged from ink-splotch  156 notes

the small

ink-splotch:

a retelling of Tamora Pierce’s Protector of the Small
from Lalasa’s point of view

Bandits came for Lalasa’s family and burned the whole farm out, except for her, because she had been at the river washing clothes. Lalasa did not miss her father or her brothers for all the long years of her life, which should tell you something about her.

She cried for them anyway, and that should tell you something too.

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