Tag Archives: Fables

The Little Wren’s Fire

The Little Wren and the Stolen Fire is an Eskin fable mentioned briefly in this week’s episode of Feast Fables. I’d wanted to include it in full, but couldn’t justify the break in the flow. So I’m posting it here, … Continue reading

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A Tangle of Asars

In the first episode of Feast Fables, Dark Days, Kerrid and Gimmerin are captured by spear-carrying men in the thrall of an Asar. But as they are driven through the forest towards a clearing, Kerrid sees a multitude of Asaric … Continue reading

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Feast Fables, Dark Days begins

As Feast Fables Book 2, Dark Days, begins, Kerrid’s quest is to find the pole that connects the Realms. She hopes to find in the Realm of Divinity some clue of how to complete the task the Spinner has given … Continue reading

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The Awakening

In the previous episode of Feast Fables, after a winter of sending Kerrid his dreams, Olun called to be pulled from the muddy lake bottom. Now, in this penultimate episode of Feast Fables Book One, Fall Alone, as Olun awakes Kerrid … Continue reading

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Olun’s Ordeal

In the previous episodes of Feast Fables, Kerrid’s questions have been answered by the Olun-given dreams. Plans now have been laid of how to amend the situation and for the Asars to regain their ancestral claims. Now, in this episode, … Continue reading

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So What Were The Asars In That Realm Before Birth?

In the previous episode of Feast Fables, Kerrid drew several views of the 3 three-fold realms. She knew this was the only way that the Uissids would understand what she was saying of their fall. Some of the Uissids were quick … Continue reading

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A Chasm Before Her

In the previous episode of Feast Fables, Kerrid, desparate to be rid of her vicious sister, inadvertently caused her mother’s death. It was Paddlo’s curse, of course. But surely that has worked to the best. For now she has her … Continue reading

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