A shocking tragedy leaves Sarah Richardson with partial amnesia. Captivated by Native Indian legends told by a wise Nootka grandmother, Sarah begins her journey for the truth hidden amongst her lost memories.
Torn by nightmares and visions of a yellow-eyed wolf, Sarah must come face to face with her fears and her memories. Aided by the creatures of the Earth and by the killer whales that call to her in the night, Sarah discovers that 'forgiveness sets you free'.
Whale Song is a sensationally emotional coming-of-age story, set in the late 1970's and beyond, about a young American girl growing up on Vancouver Island.
A heartbreaking story of a tragedy that nearly destroys a young girl's future, Whale Song is a revelation of truth, love and forgiveness.
If you listen closely, you can almost hear the Whale Song...
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About the Cover:
The painting used on the front cover of Whale Song is called 'Sanctuary', and was painted by artist, David Miller, who lives in California, USA.
"David C. Miller is an internationally acclaimed marine artist who's work has graced the covers of everything from greeting cards to jigsaw puzzles, but his best work has always been done on lexan and canvas. His use of acrylics have earned him acclaim from art critics as well as environmentalists. David's personal pursuit has always been that of environmental preservation. His portfolio includes commissioned works for such prestigious foundations as Sea Turtles of the World, an environmental group protecting endangered sea turtles, and The Franklin Mint, part of the proceeds from the porcelain heirloom collectors plates goes to the Save The Dolphin program. His work is also shown in many prestigious Aquariums across the nation...David's art is shown in scores of galleries across the United States, Japan, Australia, and Europe."
Check out David's website at: www.mauiarts.com.
The full cover was designed by Charles Biddiscombe (email@example.com), a talented graphic artist, residing in Edmonton.