...absence of light could be given as the reason rather than what Egram suspected. At this point, as they were leaving Carton two days earlier than they had planned, her suspicion had become a certainty. Algo was the reason for Algo's disappearance. Eventually they were safe at home, back on their farm. Safe for Egram meant they were far enough from the road that no one could see Algo. She wanted to keep him indoors but she didn't want to alarm him. She decided, somewhat recovering her composure now that the family was home, letting things return to how they'd been would be best. Still, she would have to tell Lashko. After two days, after the rhythm of their lives returned, she sought out Lashko. She walked out to the field where he recently removed the bones that started them on the road to Carton. "Husband." Lashko looked up. [Contents: Original story illustration (gouache) and handwritten text.]
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