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The Mermaid

In early 1770s a captain of a ship called Queen decides to conquer the power of nature and challenge the most powerful fears for mankind at that time, his passion to the ocean and its secrets is unlimited as he gathered his crew and headed to deadly journey in the middle of the Atlantic ocean where he will face a grief tragedy and lose all he ever dreamed of to find out that “ there is a kingdom under the sea “.

This book is about a mythological idea, for all the mermaid stories that’s been told, this one is the most unique one. Can a man fall in love with a myth? That doesn’t even exist?

 

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A legend once was true, until fear made it a legend.

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– “Captain! The ship is sinking, we have to jump.”

As I stood still stuck in my head for such tragedy I’ve witnessed, watching my men dying in a blink of an eye and the Queen of seas is sinking.

– “Captain! We have to do something. Benjamin! Watch out!”

As I dropped on the floor in the exact same moment when that piece of wood had cracked my skull to travel me to oblivion.


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In early 1770s a captain of a ship called Queen decides to conquer the power of nature and challenge the most powerful fears for mankind at that time, his passion to the ocean and its secrets is unlimited as he gathered his crew and headed to deadly journey in the middle of the Atlantic ocean where he will face a grief tragedy and lose all he ever dreamed of to find out that “ there is a kingdom under the sea “.

This book is about a mythological idea, for all the mermaid stories that’s been told, this one is the most unique one. Can a man fall in love with a myth? That doesn’t even exist?

 

***

A legend once was true, until fear made it a legend.

***

 

– “Captain! The ship is sinking, we have to jump.”

As I stood still stuck in my head for such tragedy I’ve witnessed, watching my men dying in a blink of an eye and the Queen of seas is sinking.

– “Captain! We have to do something. Benjamin! Watch out!”

As I dropped on the floor in the exact same moment when that piece of wood had cracked my skull to travel me to oblivion.

“The Mermaid”

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