Aisling’s thoughts turned to the cave, far up in the Twelve Bens. The little sandalwood box slept there. In that box he had carried the first barley to Ireland. To this day, the barley’s descendants remained the main ingredient of Galway Pradesh Stout.
The goblet, the stick, and the box—all possessed unusual powers because of the man who had carried them. They were just simple everyday items, but if Aisling had learned anything it was that the world’s greatest powers always lay in the mundane.
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