The Call Of The Cormorant

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As a child in the windswept, fog-bound Faroe Islands in the late nineteenth century, Karl Einarsson believes he is special, destined for a life of art and adventure. As soon as he can, he sets out for Copenhagen and beyond, styling himself as the Count of St. Kilda. He’s an observer and citizen of nowhere: a serial swindler of aristocrats and Nazis, fishermen and fops. But when he finds himself in 1930s Berlin, he is forced for the first time to reckon with something much bigger than himself.




288 pages

198 x 129mm

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