He was older, much older than his photo, of course. But those eyes were unmistakable, those brows still furrowed with the piercing gaze that took you by surprise when you first flipped to the inside dust jacket.
One of the infamous brows rose haltingly, questioning as he turned from the green, rainswept valley below to regard his accuser. —After Leanan
I’d been working on another story, a story I’m still struggling with, when this one came to me pretty much all at once. I’m not particularly surprised, given the legends of the sídhe inhabiting the hills north of Dublin.
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