It is the peculiar pull of the tragedy that the novel describes.
The narrator, Adam, is a Scott ‘beginner’, leading us through a discovery of the story at the same time as he falls in love not only with Birdie but with the explorers’ history too.
It wouldn't be a Pirates film without a magical treasure, and this time, everyone is after the Trident of Poseidon.
Actors trying to supply dead vessels with a human soul.
is a terrific, ultra-modern crime novel, a book full of contemporary relevance, yet one that also investigates the age-old links to the criminal underworld that modern Glasgow is trying to shake off.
Gerry Conway is a reporter back at a city broadsheet newspaper after three years away.
The new young male lead Henry (played by Brenton Thwaites) has managed to locate his father, a returning Orlando Bloom as Will Turner, who is still trapped upon the Flying Dutchmen.
Henry has travelled far to explain that, by finding the Trident of Poseidon, Davy Jones’s curse can be broken.