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Clicks (The Dolphin Prophecy, #1)
     

Clicks (The Dolphin Prophecy, #1)

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by Amy Evans
 

Clicks are the sounds the universe makes when it stops to tell you what's going to happen next. Truths you hear in your heart that you can't explain. 


CLICKS is a genre-blending adreneline rush full of love, dolphins and sibling rivalry. 

It's been  rereleased in 2016 to include bonus content from a dolphin'

Overview

Clicks are the sounds the universe makes when it stops to tell you what's going to happen next. Truths you hear in your heart that you can't explain. 


CLICKS is a genre-blending adreneline rush full of love, dolphins and sibling rivalry. 

It's been  rereleased in 2016 to include bonus content from a dolphin's point of view, and fresh edit.

Cami's ready for a summer working beach patrol and competing in the annual Surf Carnival, an extreme lifeguarding competition. She hopes to win a spot to compete internationally so that she can escape the tiny island she calls home. A small injury keeps her from the competition, sending her into the arms of her neighbor Blake, a boy who'd always seemed like a trap  before. But her feelings for him aren't the only change. There's a new danger in the water that's killing dolphins and drowning people and even The Guard can't figure out why. Cami's getting answers fast but they don't make sense, especially the way they just click into her brain. Can she learn to trust her instincts in time to be the lifeguard she’s been raised to be? Or will she ignore the CLICKS, and loose everything?


CLICKS is a genre-blending adreneline rush full of love, dolphins and sibling rivalry. 

Product Details

BN ID:
2940148748823
Publisher:
AQUAlit
Publication date:
06/18/2013
Series:
Dolphin Prophecy , #1
Sold by:
Draft2Digital
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
818,627
File size:
376 KB
Age Range:
13 Years

Meet the Author

Amy Evans is a storyteller, wife and mother with a life-long obsession with the ocean. In addition to writing books, she loves developing story worlds for all kinds of technology.


She loves dolphins, aliens and pugs, and sometimes writes for so long they all look like the same thing.


Clicks is her debut novel about instincts, a Surf Carnival, and the hottest beach patrol on the California coast. Clicks are the sounds that the universe makes when it warns you that your world is about to change forever. If you listen to them, you get on the wave before it crests; control your path, surf into your destiny. If you ignore them, the wave crashes around you, and you try desperately not to drown.

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Clicks (The Pinhold Prophecy, #1) 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 14 reviews.
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I enjoyed Clicks. The connection between the humans and the dolphins of Pinhold Island kept me interested and wanting to know more.
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This book was so great it had so many different qualaties like romance adventure suspense and a litlle bit of comody I uust finished the book i read the exert from ECHOES and cant wait to read more but i dont realy see it i cant find it in the e-book store and its killong me
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Like 1,2,3 plz help me #coolgirl201
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Teen drama has a new set of problems when you throw in dolphins and grown ups who think they now better then kids. All around fun story.
onecooljewel More than 1 year ago
Very Good
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Its a really good book has a mystery and a shocking dicovery and alittle of romance
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This novel is perfect for summer: beaches, surfing, swimming with dolphins and first love.  It is not, however, just an easy breezy beach book.  There is action, adventure, deception and a medical mystery that will keep you reading (and guessing) until the very end.   Clicks is about Cami, a 16 year-old island native anticipating the Surf Carnival, an annual surfing and swimming competition that brings star athletes (and tourists) to Pinhold’s shores.  This year’s event does not go as planned; injuries disrupt the races and an unknown illness shatters Cami’s world.  Determined to find a cure for her brother and friends, she must unearth the truth about what makes her island unlike anywhere else on Earth.   There are aspects of Clicks that make it a truly original story.  One is that the culture of Pinhold is deeply rooted in its relationship with the pods of dolphins that surround it.  Elders say the connection is literal, while the younger generations consider it symbolic at best. This tension between truth and lore is a wonderful facet of Cami’s world, and it brings to light the conflict between conservation and progress.      Another thing: there are five sets of twins in Cami’s generation.  This is the result of attempts at enlarging the dwindling native island population. The twin bonds are enhanced on Pinhold, making the siblings closer than usual.  An unexpected surprise is that each set of twins are named with anagrams: Cami’s brother is Mica, for example.  As a reader, I found this to be so creative – and humbling, as I should have caught on long before it was explained in the book.  An underlying theme of Clicks (for me) was the importance of relationships – teens can be wired to think mostly of themselves.  Cami is forced to look beyond her struggles and recognize the links between people, places and things: nature, home, family, love, and in her case, one special dolphin.  It is a tremendous coming of age story filled with laughs, love and action; you should read it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I liked this book a lot. It's full of sunshine and dolphins and the beach but there are some dark parts too. It  kept moving a lot like a movie so that made it really fun to read. It was also kind of funny, which I did not expect. I hope there is a book 2. 
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Chanda hahn recommened this i want to rea dit now iit sounds goooood! Hopefully it is i will re-comment after done reading it