All stories in the valley have to begin with the Devil . . .
After the blizzard of 1913, it was weeks before anyone got in or out. By that time, what had happened there, what the Devil had done, was already fable.
Devil's Day is a day for children now, of course. A tradition it's easy to mock, from the outside. But it's important to remember why we do what we do. It's important to know what our grandfathers have passed down to us.
Because it's hard to understand, if you're not from the valley, how this place is in your blood.
That's why I came back, with Kat, and not just because the Gaffer was dead.
Though that year we may have let the Devil in after all . . .
Andrew Michael Hurley
|Formát||13.8 x 22.2 cm|