Mentioned in The Wishing Spell, ch 10. It is a statue of a young shepherd boy standing on a circular fountain. The plaque reads:
"IN MEMORY OF THE BOY WHO CRIED WOLF - YOU WERE A LIAR, BUT YOU WERE LOVED."
The Boy Who Cried Wolf is the main character from Aesop's fable of the same name, about a boy who liked to raise the alarm and pretend a wolf was coming, and who was then eaten by a wolf when he raised the alarm for real, because everyone thought it was a false alarm again.
- ↑ TLOS I, ch 10, p. 204
- ↑ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Boy_Who_Cried_Wolf
- ↑ TLOS I, ch 3, p. 46