Cheney, Kathleen J.: Snow Comes to Hawk’s Folly (Tales From Hawk’s Folly Farm) (2010)

Cover design by
Kathleen J. Cheney

Imogen married her Guaire O’Donnell from Iron Shoes. Their puca heritage has made their son Patrick (2yrs) adept at unbinding. Unbinding is a good way to keep your parents and the staff on their toes. Soon he will have a playmate in the child Mary Stewart is close to giving birth to. Then a mysterious man turns up in their parlor.

Snow Comes to Hawk’s Folly is fantasy but mostly about family (blood or otherwise). Love, worry, fear, anger and pride were all part of their family cocktail.

Sometimes the past comes and bites us on our behinds. Do we let what has happened control our reactions today?

As with Iron Shoes, Snow Comes to Hawk’s Folly was written in minor key. Everything takes on a different texture when words are played on the black tangents.


My review of Iron Shoes

Originally published in Panverse (2010)

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