Dolphin Child

Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 reviews
What is the special connection between 12 year old Lucy Parr and a young dolphin called Spirit? What are 'Dolphin Children'? This is the follow up to the compelling 'Girl Who Dreamt of Dolphins' and the second of the Dolphin Child trilogy. More
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About James Carmody

Hello, my name is James Carmody. I am the author of 'The Girl Who Dreamt of Dolphins', 'Dolphin-Child' and 'Midnight Dolphin'. All three books form the Dolphin-Child Trilogy about a girl called Lucy Parr and the special ability she has to communicate with a dolphin called Spirit.

I was born in 1967 and so am in my late forties . I live in London with my wife and daughter. I was inspired to write about dolphins when we visited Zanzibar (off the coast of Tanzania) in the summer of 2010. We went on a dolphin watching trip one day from a small village down the coast from Stone Town.

I thought that this would be an amazing experience in which we swam with dolphins who would come up to us and greet us. Instead there were any number of tourist boats pursuing a pod of dolphins. Every time dolphins would surface, the boats would all buzz over to them them and all the tourists would pile into the water to be able to say that they had swum with dolphins.

I felt rather uncomfortable about the whole experience and felt that we were harassing the dolphins more than communing with them. Afterwards I thought, 'What if it really were possible to communicate with dolphins?'

I have also put up a factual website about dolphins called 'Dolphins for Kids'. Do pay it a visit!

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Also in Series: The Dolphin Child Trilogy


Sophia DeLuna reviewed on April 27, 2013

Please, tell me that the next book will be available soon!
Sigh, I really don't like cliffhangers when I can't get the next book immediately.
I really do like this series, I've come to care about the characters (especially Spirit, Lucy and Paul) and I want to know what's going to happen next.
I also like the descriptions very much, which help me to imagine the surroundings so very well, and I like that the story is so interesting and keeping my attention that it's hard to take a break.
The only thing I found a bit difficult in this book was that I got confused several times with the 'time-hops'.
But the exciting end definitely made up for this small annoyance, so that I'm still giving it 5 stars.
(reviewed 50 days after purchase)
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