|Age|| 15-19 (Daughter of the Forest)
37-38 (Son of the Shadows)
56 (Child of the Prophecy)
|Alias||The Man with the Swan's Wing|
|Father||Lord Colum of Sevenwaters|
|Siblings||Liam, Diarmid, Cormack, Conor, Padriac, Sorcha, Ciarán|
|Other relations|| Sean, Fernando, Luis, Juan (nephews)
Niamh, Liadan, Aisha, Carmen, Dolores (nieces)
Johnny, Fintan, Cormack, Coll, Finbar (great-nephews)
Muirrin, Deirdre, Clodagh, Maeve, Sibeal, Eilis (great-nieces)
Oisin, Ronan, unnamed boy (great-great-nephews)
Emer, Firinne, unnamed girl (great-great-nieces)
|Significant Other||Female swan|
|Residence||Sevenwaters Forest (formerly), a cave on Inis Eala (until death)|
Finbar is a pivotal character in the Sevenwaters Trilogy, and is also seen in the fifth book of the series, Seer of Sevenwaters.
Finbar first appears in Daughter of the Forest and is the protagonist Sorcha's closest brother. They share a mental bond similar to telepathy, which includes transferring thoughts and mental pictures directly into each others minds. The relationship between these two characters shapes the personality of Sorcha and lends substance to the story.
Finbar is blessed and cursed with the gift of Sight. The abilities this gift provides him are debatable among fans, but it is agreed that the Sight provides Finbar with the ability to see images of a possible future, past and or present.
Finbar appears in later books largely as a type of mentor - he provides information, consolation and advice to the protagonists of these books.
He is killed by Lady Oonagh during the final battle for the Islands.