Concerned for the environment, “Don’t Dolphins Cry?” seeks to inform and question Man’s effects within the ocean through his unthinking cruelty and his deliberate violence – as seen through imagined sensory abilities of dolphins.
They are unusual dolphins. All capable of telepathy, a few possess magnified mindskills – brought about by exposure to increasing levels of toxins and dumping in their water world – such that they are able to influence and change human perception and behaviour.
The story is centred around the relationship between human heroine Maeve, a young Australian student and Gaze the principal dolphin. A relationship founded in love and a kinship of spirit – despite Maeve being manipulated by his frightening powers for general good.
Written in the spirit of a necessary consciousness which Man must show in living harmoniously within the ‘worldspace’ he is close to destroying, this book tackles issues of good versus evil, environmental destruction and the endurance of spirit (both animal and human).
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