When in 2005 I started to write my first novel, The Last Book of the Library, I designed a lot of content, like characters, languages or races. I lost most of that content, but one of the few things that were saved is this map. The map represents the area of Jearim, divided into smaller areas where fairies born and live. I toke the names from the Bible and I chose them by their meaning, like Quiriat-Jearim (Kiryat Ye’arim. Hebrew: קִרְיַת יְעָרִים) that means Town of Forests.
The idea was that Jearim was divided into two equal parts: The Dark Jearim and Jearim. Separated by the desert of Jesimón and the mountain Asiur. The mountain would have one side white, burned with black magic (the side of the Bézer Mines) and one side (that in the map is not represented) covered in vegetation. From that side, a waterfall, of diamond waters, falls and creates the River Etamin and its streams. In the center of Jearim would be the city of Quiryat-Jearim with the palace in the middle. Then the lake Great Mirror with the library, Quiryat-Sefer, situated in a cliff, where lives the watchmen in houses made with the stone of the cliff.