In "The Ice at the End of the World," Robert Siegel brings the Whalesong trilogy to an exciting conclusion as Hralekana, the white humpback whale, and his human friend, Mark, struggle to prevent a nuclear catastrophe. Like the two previous books in the trilogy, this captivating tale evokes for readers of all ages the rich poetry of whales sea, and sky....
|Title||:||The Ice at the End of the World: The Longest Journey|
|Number of Pages||:||256 Pages|
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The Ice at the End of the World: The Longest Journey Reviews
Highly interesting but in my opinion Siegel did a rather big mistake by resurrecting Hralekana ... If he had died, the message of the trilogy would be clearer:Humen are horrible creatures ;)
Excellent read! One of those stories I was sad came to an end.A set of stories about the lives--life & death adventures--of some very interesting whales. I liked the whale songs that expressed their feelings and the tie with Mark the human.
The final book in a wonderful series... I enjoyed it very much as a child and would love to get my hands on a copy of it again to reread or give to my stepson.
The 3rd book I have ever read and cried.
good book. liked the story line