Mutiny Bay by Antoine Cossé

Published by Breakdown Press (2014)
192 Pages, 170 x 240 cm, Papeback

1519. A Spanish fleet leaves Seville, heading west. Portuguese Captain Magellan is convinced of the existence of a South American strait that will expedite trade with the Indonesian Spice Islands. Months later, in a deserted and inhospitable land, mutiny brews, two men are marooned and the world explodes in a riot of hallucinatory colour.

Antoine Cossé’s most substantial work to date is a fascinating drama, examining one of history’s most intriguing mysteries.

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