Sahra was on the opposite side of the station to Ore Processing when it blew up. For a tunnel rat and a slave, this means nothing but trouble. But for Sahra, that's just the beginning.
Her people need a Saviour to lead them to freedom, but no such person dare volunteer with the Masters' guns ready to fire at all times. What harm could there be in doing a few things to help the Saviour finally turn up?
As it happens… quite a lot.
Between lockdowns, angry masters, the mistaken actions of the Rebels, angry sibs, and more rules in home and at work, Sahra has enough to deal with.
But when she returns to an area that should have killed her the first time, Sahra discovers… something… special.
Can she get the Rebels to listen to her when she can barely speak?
Can she help the Saviour arrive at last?
Can she find enough food for her family (Nineteen members and counting) every day?
And, more importantly, can she trust her brother to keep his big mouth shut?
She's humanity's best hope.
Hevun help them all.
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