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Earthborn Characters & Character Analysis

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Characters

Akma

Akma is the son and eldest child of Akmaro of the Akmari tribe of humans on Earth. Raised in captivity to the Elemaki and the Pabulogi, the story focuses on Akma's feelings of mistrust and betrayal as he struggles to learn how to live with his former enemies and new friends.

At the start of the book Akma is a young boy whose father is a renegade priest, and it is for his father's crimes that Akma and his family are kept in captivity. During his childhood, he is beaten by the Digger taskmasters and humiliated by the Pabulogi - an assault he finds it difficult to ever forget through the course of the book, until the Akmari eventually find their way to freedom.

Akma develops as a young man who is full of doubts over what is the 'right course of action' and we see him being...

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