A proud owner of a vessel won by pure luck - or, if you like - by pure persistence.
A Seeker. A peckish cat-from-a-box brought it to him.
As a result, he in turn was peckish, for 28 long weeks.
Lost his soul to the devils, to find it, after a very long search, in a bag robbed from the Zee.
Seven times dead.
Seven times shackled.
Seven times stained.
First betrayed by a cat, but then he betrayed seven cats... or was it a single cat, betrayed seven times?
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Be sober, be vigilant, because your adversary walketh about as a roaring lion, seeking whom he may devour (...) [1 Peter 5:8]
Congratulations. This book has only ever been notionally published. Please don't share the answer liberally or trivially: do by all means share clues. - Welcome. Nothing here exists.
Have you read John Berger, 'Ways of Seeing'? (...) Anyway, here's a Cryptic Clue. No map, sorry. Tigers lie.
For instance? - London, with its libraries, is invisible from the surface, but there are others.
"Marco...Polo." This is the city where the first (...) element takes place. - This clue doesn't tell you how to get it, though. This Is True.
"Marco...Polo." At the moment, this is just another minor clue - consider the tempter! - but it might be more in the future. - If there is, this (...) will be de-used. Don't worry. I just wanted to let you know you weren't completely off-beam.
Did you find a clue in Sunless Sea, or did you just mine poor Italo? - Fortune presents gifts not according to the book. [This is part of something else. Be sure you've read SR's master work.]
Ceci n'est pas une horloge. What would be the use of writing something in irrigo ink? What were we talking about?