Turning Darkness into LightIt has been several days now, since the attack at Kells...More Like This
Brendan and I have been trying to find a safer route away from the Northman, so the book can be completed in secret. The snow has finally begun to melt, but it has left swamp-like paths for us in return. The main roads have become too venerable to attacks, leaving the side roads as our only option.
However, something doesn't feel right about these parts of the woods. The air feels thick, almost to a point to where it seizes your throat and chokes you. Everything looked moldy-green and faded into mist, from the skeletal trees above us to the murky slush covered grounds below. It was all too quite. But regardless of the sudden disappearance of wildlife, I was getting the impression that we were being watched.
I've been keeping a vigilant eye on Brendan, making sure he doesn't fall behind. The grief over the death of his uncle and brothers has slowed him down quite a bit. But we can't stay here for too long. I fear if we don't fin