The Divine Sea is a strangely mystical book. On the surface, it is a tale of romance and the quest for the narrator's true love, prophesised days before his 18th birthday. However, the story teems with thematic imagery rising and falling like waves in illustration of the concepts being introduced as the reader follows the story.
You won't have read anything quite like this before and it may help you to discover the thematic structures hidden in your own life.
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About the Author
His work outside the Royal Navy had been as a self-employed contractor to the defence sector and most of his recent employment has been in support of engineering projects.
'The Divine Sea' is his first book. The life in the 24th century which follows the final of The Divine Sea is introduced in 'The Dragon and the Moon'.
He has been married thrice and divorced thrice. He lives in Spain, in an old stone farmhouse.