|Subject||Popular Science, Science|
|Illustrations||8 page colour plate section|
‘Seems to be pitching for a TV series with its show-stopping opening...A brilliantly written and passionate book...timely and urgent.'
‘Gripping...Casey is a joyously lyrical writer, and her descriptions of dolphin and human behaviour are mostly laugh-out-loud funny.'
‘An extraordinary, sometimes disturbing, journey into the world of dolphins... By turns uplifting and heartbreaking, filled with well-researched facts and personal adventures, this a vitally important book, both for the animals, and for us.'
‘As much a beautiful, well-researched narrative about dolphins as it is a powerful and timely voice of reason urging us to connect with nature.'
‘Casey uses her journalistic eye to skilfully expose the duality of our relationship with the ocean's most charismatic inhabitants. Voices in the Ocean exposes the shameful abuse we inflict on our cetacean cousins.'
‘A meticulously reported global odyssey'