Poul Anderson, The Broken Sword (New York, 1973), p. 62.
Nearly as tall and nearly twice as wide as a man;
arms like branches of trees hanging to the knees;
short bowed legs;
clawed splay feet;
green, cold, slippery skin moving across stone-hard flesh;
most of them bald;
large round skull-like heads;
whiteless black eyes set deep in bony sockets.