The New World
The Truthfule and Factual Accounte of the Epically Heroic Voyages of Vittorio Tornatore
A work of "outstanding fiction"
A large tome of a work that is something of a cross between a travel guide, an esoteric text and a picaroon novel.
The account of the groups voyages as penned by Melchior Augustus Browne. The work bears only a vague resemblance to the entire truth of the tale, and glosses over and covers up much. For example in the “Account of the Rescue of Princess Most Fair” Vittorio Tornatore displays all the virtues of the most chastest of heroes in chivalric romance, virtues that he has never displayed before and will never display again.
Melchior is also prone to long and overly florid descriptive pieces. In part this is used to hide messages to his brothers in the Invisible College, and in part this is just due to him being overly verbose.
Although started as part of the ruse to mislead one of cardinal men, it has become a work that he is continuing in his free time.