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The Dolphin Dance

eBook (PDF), 161 Pages
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Trudy could always depend on the dolphins to show her that life wasn’t worth ending just because situations became too hard to handle. She became used to the beatings and constant betrayal from her drunken, drug-addicted boyfriend only to realise that she had wasted her life with Corey when she found the love and care in Blake. Free from Corey's life of abuse, Trudy and Blake planned to spend their lives together in a world with no pain or heartache. When Corey is only a bad memory, she is still tormented by him and, even after he dies, he still makes sure that Trudy will never be truly happy. Blake tries to make the time that they have together as happy for her as possible and, with the help of the dolphins; he shows her how it feels to be loved.
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  • By Max Power
    Dec 31, 1969
    "Not as many dolphins as you think!" Finally, a book that brings together my love of dolphins and my love of romance novels. Thank you so much for your heart wrenching addition to this criminally underapprieciated market. The way the dolphins danced, I found, was a profound metaphor for the whimsy displayed in the face of adversity from a growing number of sectors in our increasingly industrialised and materialistic society. The way the author describes the protagonist's eyes as "blue" was nothing short of breathtaking. I have never in my life been brought to tears at the mere mention of Geelong. The brilliance of this depiction of the Victorian modern sensibility truly brought to life the motivations of these, so very desperate and complicated characters. The, I must admit, rather graphic sex scene, I felt illustrated the fraility of the character that was not Trudy, that guy she was with or the other one. Nevertheless, the book did show a few central flaws. 1-... More > not enough mentioning of dolphins. 2- a stereotypical, dare I say, even racist, portrayal of the ritual of dolphin dancing. 3- I must admit, on purchasing the book, I had high hopes of a section devoted to the instruction of dancing with dolphins. Despite these misgivings, I can enthusiastically and vigourously recommend this book for all dolphin lovers.< Less
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Published
September 29, 2011
Language
English
Pages
161
File Format
PDF
File Size
411.14 KB

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