Wednesday, June 25, 2008

The House of the Little Branch

At the top of the town, past the clock tower, Gwen found what she was looking for. An antique placard creaked gently in the breeze, over the door of a pub. An Craoibhín. Though she couldn't translate the name, the picture was enough to convince her. It showed the branch of an oak tree dangling with mistletoe.
(Chapter 13, The Hunter's Moon)


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sandi said...

it is so cool to see places that are referenced in books!! thanks

Anonymous said...

That pub was one of my favorite scenes! I've wanted to listen to the music and hear the song Fin sings.

Janet Lee Carey said...

I loved Hunter's Moon and just finished The Summer King. Wild and wonderful. I loved the beautiful twist at the end of The Summer King (won't be a spoiler and give it away here). I'm telling everyone it's a Must Read.

Janet Lee Carey
Dragon's Keep