Summary

The New York Times best-selling author of Desert God and Pharaoh adds another chapter to his popular historical saga featuring the seafaring Tom Courtney, the hero of Monsoon and Blue Horizon, with this magnificent swashbuckling saga set in the 18th century and packed with action, violence, romance, and rousing adventure.
Tom Courtney, one of four sons of master mariner Sir Hal Courtney, once again sets sail on a treacherous journey that will take him across the vast reaches of the ocean and pit him against dangerous enemies in exotic destinations. But just as the winds propel his sails, passion drives his heart. Turning his ship toward the unknown, Tom Courtney will ultimately find his destiny - and lay the future for the Courtney family.
Wilbur Smith, the world's greatest storyteller, once again recreates all the drama, uncertainty, and courage of a bygone era in this thrilling saga of the sea.
©2017 Orion Mintaka (UK) Ltd. (P)2017 HarperCollins Publishers Limited
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1 out of 5 stars
By Alan Ryder Prime on 24-01-18

Tom Sawyer was a far better read.

The author should call it a day. A nine year old would find this book boring.

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3 out of 5 stars
By David P Miller on 20-01-18

Havent "read" a Wilbur Smith for some years. <br />

not one of his best. had its moments, but felt contrived. ah well still looking forward to the next one.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Michelle on 20-11-17

takes me back to the original trilogy!

Amazing how after so many years the whole trilogy came flodding back to me, great!

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5 out of 5 stars
By Sonya on 11-11-17

Tigers prey. Usual Wilbur Smith Perfection

Wilbur Smith as always writes a gripping story that holds your attention from beginning to end. I couldn’t believe it was already over when I looked and saw it was then end of the 17th chapter already. His descriptions are amazing

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