My shadow gave way to a life separate from my being, changing shape as it made its way over obstacles dotting the forest floor.
When Willow Whelan begins having the same dream over and over again, her mom tells her it might be her Lakota vision quest...meaning the supernatural world is trying to tell her something. But what?
A trip to Ireland for the funeral of a grandmother she never met only adds to the mystery, sending Willow on a roller-coaster ride full of strange apparitions and ancient Celtic Mythology that literally comes to life the minute she sets foot on the Emerald Isle.
Hopefully, there, she'll find the answer to the question of how her grandmother died. And maybe even figure out the mysterious deaf Irish boy, Bram, who teaches her more than sign language.
Join Willow in Ireland for the adventure of a lifetime when she stumbles upon a truth that may destroy her and evil as old as the Emerald Isle itself.
*The word Aisling in, The Forest of Aisling, does not refer to a female name. It is an Irish word meaning vision, dream, vision poem. So, for Willow Whelan, The Forest of Aisling is The Forest of Dreams.