Posts tagged ‘A: Emily Browning’

July 13, 2010

Fainne

Fainne:

” Our images showed side by side; the same face with subtle alterations. The dark red curls; the fierce eyes, dark as ripe berries; the pale unfreckled skin. My father’s countenance was handsome enough, I thought, if somewhat forbidding in expression. Mine was a child’s, unformed, plain, a little pudding of a face.”

From Child of the Prophecy

Last Updated: 29.August.2012

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July 10, 2010

Jena

Jena:

“I had bushy hair, brown like Paula’s, that refused to do what I wanted it to, and eyes whose colour was somewhere between mud and leaf. My figure was a lot more straight-up-and-down than Iulia’s, even though I was two years her elder.”

From Wildwood Dancing

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July 9, 2010

Paula

Paula:

“The heat from the stove had flushed her cheeks pink, and her dark eyes were fixed on me, with an assessing look. Tonight she was wearing dove gray, with her spectacles on a chain around her neck and her brown curls disciplined into a neat plait.”

From Wildwood Dancing

Last Updated: 3.October.2011

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June 25, 2010

Sorcha

Sorcha:

“We were the two who inherited her curling, wild hair. I had her green eyes […]”

“Their red jewel eyes were on me as I looked at my reflection. Small, skinny, pale. Untidy mop of dark curls, roughly tied back. Neat nose, wide mouth, defiant green eyes.”

From Daughter of the Forest

Last Updated: 12.October.2013

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