The Dolphin Who Saved Me: How An Extraordinary Friendship Helped Me Overcome Trauma and Find Hope

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"An inspiring book about love in its purest form."-JANE GOODALL, DBE, Founder of the Jane Goodall Institute & UN Messenger of Peace



With the heartwrenching vulnerability of The Glass Castle and the spiritual journey of H is for Hawk, this stunning debut memoir tells the story of a traumatized young woman's friendship with an injured dolphin whose habitat she fights to save.



When Melody Horrill arrived at university she was a troubled and lost young woman, hiding behind a carefully crafted exterior. She had experienced a childhood of emotional and physical trauma mainly at the hands of her violent father that was as damaging as it was brutal.



One day Melody volunteered to help her lecturer monitor pods of river dolphins nearby. There for the first time she encountered Jock, a solitary dolphin with a maimed fin, who lived apart from the highly social pods. Melody was to form a bond with Jock that gave her the key to freeing herself from the demons of her own past, and their extraordinary friendship was the start of a long-term mission to try to save the river dolphins.



Beautifully written and filled with insight and compassion, Melody's memoir details her life-changing friendship with the river dolphins, and how Jock helped her to heal.
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Author Horrill, Melody
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Department Biography
Format Paperback
ISBN 9781778400520
Pages 296
Published 28/09/2023
Publisher Greystone Books
Section Biography
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