Hasta donde termina el mar / As Far As Where the Sea Ends
Too many young girls missing.
Too many legends after the storm.
The passion of an essential writer
As Far As Where the Sea Ends is a fascinating narrative about family secrets, revenge and the redemptive power of love. The action is set in the dramatic landscapes of the Biscay coast, the land of legends, where one can still hear people talking about sirens.
1901. In the picturesque (pastoral, peaceful) Basque fishing town of Ea, Dylan and Ulises Morgan are watching the sinking of the Annabelle, the boat of their grandfather, the aftermath of the terrible storm of the previous night. In a while the body of a young girl appears floating towards the shore. Surprisingly, she looks almost exactly like the girl who disappeared years ago; she was Cora Amara, the younger daughter of the owner of the local funeral parlour.
Cora is not the only girl who were never seen again; several young women from nearby villages have for years been missing. Their bodies have never been found but each time one of them disappears the high tide hauls in a crown of white lilies to the shore.