"Hoping to free myself from violence, I have perpetuated it...All I have learned is that revenge is a lust that is never satisfied, the boar that is never beaten, except in dreams." (pg 273)
The daughter Macbeth might have had, if Shakespeare had thought to create her...
Albia has grown up with no knowledge of her mother or her father, the powerful Macbeth. Instead she knows the dark lure of the Wychelm Wood and the moors, where she’s been raised by three strange sisters. It’s only when the ambitious Macbeth seeks out the sisters to foretell his fate that Albia’s life becomes tangled with the man who leaves nothing but bloodshed in his wake...her father.
(my review here)