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Saba cannot survive in Silverlake and she must rescue Lugh from the brutal men, but she's up against enormous odds.
Siblings Lugh and Emmi are introduced early, and the growth in Saba and Emmi's relationship is as essential to the plot as the action is.
The Celtic harvest season began when the first crops were gathered at Lughnasadh, named after the Celtic sun god Lugh.
Dancing at Lughnasa (1990) takes place around August first, 'La Lughnasa, the feast day of the pagan god, Lugh, .
August is harvest time, in pagan Irish religion the time to celebrate Lugh, the god of harvest.
Anyone with an interest in traditional stories and mythological tales - even those who don't have a drop of Irish blood in their veins - will enjoy dipping into the book to discover why the children of Lir were turned into swans and how Lugh of the Long Arm became a hero.
TODAY is the festival of Lammas, also known as Lughnasadh in honour of Lugh the ancient Irish mythical hero and Sun God.