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    The Blackfish Prophecy

    As a teenager, your life is supposed to be full of laughter and learning experiences. No one wants to see children grow up too fast and become adults, but what if you have to? The life that Terra and Tiluk live in their little cove with their parents and other researchers, allows them to see things in a different perspective from most children. They see the freedom that the Orca whales share with their families…or pods. They see the happiness between generations of whales. They begin to understand the way of life…and the dangers to the earth and all its creatures by humans. Clark has a sensational story, filled with passion for life, scientific research, and the desire to inform the world about animal endangerment and suffering. We have the power to change the world we live in. Terra is a teenager living in Blackfish Cove with her parents, best friend, and other researchers dedicated to saving the Orcas from extinction. The research that they do consists of continual observations of the whales out in the wild. Terra decides to get creative and makes a page for the whales of Blackfish Cove on social media with the intent to get research and information out to the public. After the news gets out about an Orca whale killing its trainer at a famous amusement park, a boy named Miles gets in contact with Terra who claims to have seen the killing and has been researching it ever since! Terra and Miles become friends and work together along with her parents and outside sources to put together a case against the amusement park. Their hope for the organization to retire all of their whales to reservations for their own safety and well-being, is the main mission. Can they get enough support to require the amusement parks to retire their whales, so that they aren’t forever being held in concrete pools where they are taken from their families, freedom, and forced to participate in shows for profit? Clark has done extensive research on this subject in hopes that the human population open their eyes on situations that organizations withhold from the public pertaining to the well-being and safety of their captive animals. While this story is mainly targeted to a young adult and middle grade audience, high school level and up would easily be compelled to read this novel as well. The book is written well, has a fast-pace, fantastic character development, and is original and unbelievably credible. If you are a reader of scientific research, literary fiction, and young adult fiction, you may want to pick this up. A copy of this book was provided to Turning Another Page by Fawkes Press, but this in no way affects our honest opinion of the book or the review that has been written. We provide a five-star rating for The Blackfish Prophecy by Rachel Clark.
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