Dolphin Islandby Arthur C. Clarke
A cargo hovership makes an emergency landing in a rural part of the Midwest. An adventurous teenager, Johnny Clinton, sneaks on board — only to survive a second crash a few hours later, this time into the Pacific Ocean. The crew escapes, but Johnny is left on board — adrift in the wreckage of the ship.
Johnny is rescued by a pod of dolphins — who bring him to a remote island hidden in the heart of Australia’s Great Barrier Reef. There, Johnny meets the brilliant and eccentric Professor Kazan, who has dedicated his life to the study of dolphin communication. Johnny’s further adventures with dolphins and the sea make this an exciting and fascinating coming-of-age story.
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Arthur C. Clarke
Born 1917 in Minehead, England. Died 19th of March 2008 in Sri Lanka.
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