Chapter 1. New Threat
Tongs and hammers, wood and copper, iron and wood, the ship took shape in the backwater of the great bay, hidden by the local geography, the ship grew in its lethal shape.
Knife edged, a keel that reflected the inspired fin of the largest porpoise in the world’s oceans. The Blackfish grew in shape and lethal purpose. Conn O’Danu paced as he directed the Irish carpenters to follow the measurements and drawings to the bitter-end of each page. There would be no gaps, no errors. Conn used green, live oak for building the new ship, stout construction to the extreme.
This pleased Conn, this oak of the new land demonstrated itself as a resilient wood and made for the tightest construction ever envisioned.
In the course of the construction, the men and women adults felt need to build a ship, the urge to build came from Keegan, who reassembled the crew…
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