SOS, song of the sea, is wrapped in the magical premise that whales, dolphins, and other mammals of the sea communicate with one another. Critically, the history of their world is contained in the singing of a masterful song called The Song of the Sea. This history would have been sequestered forever safe from man's prying eyes had not an entire pod of whales elected to beach themselves in protest of the man's on-going devastation of the sea. One whale, Harmony, was chosen to stand off in the deeper waters and record this horrific event into the musical history of their world, The Song of the Sea. Devastated by this loss, Harmony calls for a gathering of all the intelligent contributors to the song, a conclave, where Sandwalkers (mankind) will finally stand trial for all their crimes against nature. SOS is the singing of all the amazing and sometimes tragic events leading to the conclave. Narrated by Harmony, two dolphins, and a marine biologist who ultimately glimpses beyond the veil that has kept mankind from truly understanding the brotherhood of all creatures of the earth, SOS, song of the sea is an amazing ecological fantasy. Written by award-winning children's author Stephen Cosgrove, his first novel.
by Stephen Crane
by Stephen Cosgrove
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