Aka

Aka ➺ [Download] ➶ Aka By Tristan Jones ➻ – Heartforum.co.uk Bill Conan, A Middle Aged Adventurer, Has Entered A , Mile Solo Race Around The World In Sloop Josephine, Seeing It As His Last Chance To Win Status And Success Risking The Test Of Skill, Strength And Bill Conan, A Middle Aged Adventurer, Has Entered A , Mile Solo Race Around The World In Sloop Josephine, Seeing It As His Last Chance To Win Status And Success Risking The Test Of Skill, Strength And Endurance, Conan Will Follow His Course Across The Vast Expanse Of The Treacherous Atlantic, Toward The One Disaster A Seaman Most Dreads.

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  • Paperback
  • 224 pages
  • Aka
  • Tristan Jones
  • English
  • 05 July 2018
  • 1574090267

10 thoughts on “Aka

  1. Roger Bailey says:

    This is a novel about the interactions between humans and dolphins There was something that bothered me for a while There are long sections of the story told from the point of view of the dolphins It is clear that the author bases the novel on research that indicates that dolphins may have intelligence on par with or even exceeding the intelligence of humans I started being irritated, though, that the author was presuming to understand how the dolphins saw humans and how they saw one another This is a novel about the interactions between humans and dolphins There was something that bothered me for a while There are long sections of the story told from the point of view of the dolphins It is clear that the author bases the novel on research that indicates that dolphins may have intelligence on par ...

  2. Cayr says:

    First the good although this work is fiction, if half of what Jones tells us about Dolphins is true, then it s a fascinating and worthwhile read Jones delves into the communication and sonar abilities of bottle nose dolphins, and while I suspect that much of what he writes about pod life is factual, I loved the way he added his fiction to it, making the dolphins infinitely wiser andspiritual than humans.The bad The si...

  3. Robin says:

    Parts of this book were quite interesting, but it didn t seem like the parts were developed into a cohesive unit I enjoyed all the sailing references, but the whole dolphin thing was a little too out there for me and the ending was just plain silly.

  4. Bill says:

    Cheesy novel that reeks of the John Lilly pseudo science of the late 60 s early 70 s Still, if you can put up with the movie Day of the Dolphin or the talking dolphin in SeaQuest, you might enjoy this The scene where the sailor falls off his boat is chilling.

  5. Kathy says:

    A LITTLE OUT THERE NOT LIKE HIS OTHER BOOKS THAT I VE READ.

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