While some of my encounter with Tiathal was interesting, I felt like it was more for his sake than mine and I’m glad to be out of there.
“He was lying,” I say as we walk home.
“What makes you say that Amanae? What was he lying about?” Mom asks.
“I can’t explain how I know, and I’m not sure how much of it was lies, but definitely the part about not knowing what caused my early development. He definitely knows something about that.”
Dad raises an eyebrow, “Well, he’s been Kalian’s confident for as long as I can remember. So, if I’m right that Kalian is hiding something, then it would make sense that Tiathal knows about it too.”