The Blackfish Prophecy by Rachel ClarkThe Blackfish Prophecy by Rachel Clark

The Blackfish Prophecy

byRachel ClarkIllustratorKaren Savory

Paperback | June 1, 2016

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Best friends Terra and Tiluk live alongside the wild orcas of Washington State. On the other side of the continent, Miles wallows in anger and self-pity fueled by his parents' divorce. In a moment of harrowing fate, their lives converge when Miles witnesses a captive orca brutally kill his trainer at a marine amusement park.

When Miles contacts Terra and her family of whale biologists to better understand the "killer" whale, the three teens soon realize they are more linked to each other - and the whales - than they ever imagined. Driven by a primal urge to connect with the highly-evolved consciousness of the orca, the teens take extraordinary risks to challenge big business and renew lost traditions.


Their journey is set to restore an ancient mystical bond between humans and whales that ultimately reveals The Blackfish Prophecy…a revelation about Terra - and those like her - that's about to change everything.

Title:The Blackfish ProphecyFormat:PaperbackDimensions:264 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.6 inPublished:June 1, 2016Publisher:Fawkes Press, LLCLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1945419008

ISBN - 13:9781945419003


Editorial Reviews

When I began to read, I was absolutely captivated. A marvelous story, and I love the spiritual aspect. I have myself experienced the connection between Native Americans and First Nation's people, and dolphins. - Dr. Jane Goodall, anthropologist & primatologistThe Blackfish Prophecy is a sweeping, emotionally packed book, with a gripping tale and a big heart. Rachel Clark has created a fascinating world of smart kids, mystical orcas, and acts of morality that must be carried out, no matter how difficult. Readers of all ages will learn much about killer whales, and why they simply do not belong in captivity. This wonderful story is fictional, but the facts are all too real. - David Kirby author of Death at SeaWorldThe Blackfish Prophecy opens many doors to understanding and possibilities for living as members of the of the family of life on earth. - Howard Garrett, co-director of Orca Network Rachel Clark has created an entrancing story that not only captures the beauty of the Pacific Northwest and the native and orca societies which make it so unique, but also the potential for deep and powerful connections between human and killer whale cultures in the wilderness environment. I enjoyed it immensely. - Tim Zimmerman, Associate Producer and Co-Writer of Blackfish