We, the Drowned

The Wolf in the Whale

Author: Carsten Jensen

AN INTERNATIONAL BESTSELLERA THRILLING EPIC TALE OF THE SEA“We, the Drowned sets sail beyond the narrow channels of the seafaring genre and approaches Tolstoy in its evocation of war’s confusion, its power to stun victors and vanquished alike . . . A gorgeous, unsparing novel.” — Washington Post“A generational saga, a swashbuckling sailor’s tale, and the account of a small….Read More

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