Calepino was blessed with good fortune. After his mother died
giving birth to him on a slave ship, he was taken in by a wealthy
woman who gave him every advantage. Then on his thirteenth
birthday, Father Pedro, a devout priest, asks Calepino to assist
him with the slaves coming into Cartagena. Soon he's fighting
seasickness, living in squalor, and cursing every minute. That all
begins to change when he meets Mara and Tomi, a mother and son who
remind him of his own past.
When Tomi and Mara are sold to a cruel man, Calepino is more
determined than ever to find a way to save them. Will this be his
chance to change someone else's fortune, or will he put them all in
Richly detailed and researched, Julia Durango's gripping first
novel brings to life what it means to be truly free.
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