A 17th-century maritime epic of shipwrecks, murders, and raids by a Medoc author.
Adventure fiction has become an extremely rare commodity, and that’s the first thought that comes to my mind as we conclude this stunning saga that is Liane Lesbo’s first book. It had been a long time since we had rushed like this, rolling in the waves, drenched in spray, terrified by the waves and the enemy ships. If you see and like it Master and Commander: On the other side of the worldthis wonderful film directed by Peter Weir with Russell Crowe, which tells the story of two ships chasing at sea, from Brazil to the Galapagos Islands, then you will love it. To die, worldTitle taken from a quote by Portuguese writer Antonio Vieira (1608-1697): “A piece of land to be born; a whole land to die. To be born, Portugal; to die, world…”
The first act is important, as it sets the tone for the next act which will narrate in detail all the events, murders, shipwrecks, alliances, quarrels, discoveries, raids that will lead up to this first scene. It is the year 1627 on the coast of the Medoc where strong winds are blowing. In the distance, we can see a huge, round-hulled ship stranded on a sandbank. Portuguese carrack Sao Bartolomeo Which included hundreds of people