Celtic Otherworld XVII

Further détente between the Inamok and the Aés Sidhe. Megra takes a team to Hy Brasil.

Years earlier Donald MacPherson had been rescued by two young women in a snowstorm on the Fells in the Lake District. He’s got an obsession to find them. Something had made him restless and he decides to visit the Fortune Teller’s Tent at the Ballycarry Fair. Get your fortune told by Madame Elaine.

Who are Macha, Luke and Elaine?

The cover is based on plate 26 of The Wind’s Tale by Edmund Dulac for Stories from Andersen.

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