After flying across the Atlantic, Jacob and his father arrive on Cairnholm Island via a ferryboat. As they near the shore, Jason looks down into the transparent water and sees capsized boats. A man tells him that the waters around the island are filled with shipwrecks. Many of them date back to World War II; German U-boats brought them down.
When the ferryboat docks, Jacob helps his father carry their suitcases into the small village. They look for the place called Priest Hole, where Jacob’s father had reserved a room. When they find the place, they discover it is only a rundown...
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