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Free download Speak the Ocean ê PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free é [Ebook] ➢ Speak the Ocean ➨ Rebecca Enzor – For Mer handler Finn Jarvis the feral mermaid performers at Oceanica Marine Park are nothing than ruthless auatic predators violent and unpredictable That doesn’t sAs something than simple entertainment starting with her captor FinnWhile Finn trains Erie in her routine she secretly teaches herself the air words he and the other trainers speak And when the language barrier falls Finn starts to realize that the gap between human and Mer is smaller than he thought and maybe it’s not the Mer who are monsters after all. First humans discovered the Mer were real Second humans learned that Mer performances drew thousands of paying tourists to marine parks every day Third humans discovered that the Mer are not like Ariel They’re lethal predators who can—and do—kill their human trainers Only rigid rules constant vigilance and an electroshocker keep them in line Finn a human handler wants only to prove his value and make a name for himself in this business Erie the first Mer put in Finn’s hands for training knows this new life will break her Finn knows his future rides on Erie’s shoulders Erie decides that if Finn won’t help her go home she’ll at least take him down with herNo Mer has ever survived captivity for long No captured Mer has ever been released But everything changes when Finn realizes that Erie can speak That she’s than just a fish That she’ll die unless he can free her All he’s ever worked for stands between her and her beloved ocean Except now that his world has collided with Erie’s Finn is no longer sure what he wants All he knows is that somehow he must make the world see Erie see the Mer as he does—a treasure worth saving I was enthralled by this book from the very first page Author Rebecca Enzor’s gift for storytelling enlivens each word and colors every phrase The narrative winds back and forth between Finn’s point of view and Erie’s each driven by their own motivations and goals Both won me over Finn’s need to prove himself to his peers at Oceanica Marine Park and to Aunt D especially given the loss of his father at an early age rings true to life He’s always a relatable character if not necessarily a likable guy More than once I wanted to give him a piece of my mind Erie too had her petty moments Yet given that she is imprisoned in an alien place with no way to know what’s going on or what these landfolk expect of her I could understand her reactions Her anguish fear and depression pierced me to my core As these two characters grew together trusting and suspecting one another by turns Speak the Ocean wrapped its tale around me sueezed my heart and pulled me into its depths I fell for Finn and Erie hook line and sinkerBut this story is than just good fiction Enzor’s depiction of marine science and the inhumane treatment of marine mammals in the ocean park industry strummed a chord of compassion in me Any animal training program whether real or imagined involves a system of rewards and inevitably punishments Whales dolphins and sea lions are given fresh fish as treats when they perform a trick at Sea World Behind the scenes the animals are often food deprived to make them cooperative The Mer in StO are treated even worse by the landfolk at Oceanica Staff are told again and again that they should never humanize the Mer All their needs are met—food clean water a clean tank veterinary care What could they need After all they’re only fish dangerous beasts who kill without thought or feeling However in fiction as in life sometimes the monsters are humans StO slams that message home with brute force hidden in deft turns of phrase and for me this was the deeper message in Finn and Erie’s story Humans already demean each other in order to excuse poor treatment or even enslavement so of course we do it to other animals too Here Every day In real life And maybe it’s time we took a long hard look at our performances in that particular arenaThis is Enzor’s debut novel and she well and truly knocked it out of the park Rest assured Speak the Ocean is not your typical fairytale mermaid story It’s a dark and lovely read that ripped my heart out rebuilt it and put it back complete than before If you love a story that sucks you in and holds you in its clutches long after the last page is turned this is the book for you

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For Mer handler Finn Jarvis the feral mermaid performers at Oceanica Marine Park are nothing than ruthless auatic predators violent and unpredictable That doesn’t stop the public from flocking to one of the world’s most popular tourist attractions To them the Mer are magical entertainment too beautiful to be dangerous They don’t see what happens to. Rating 3 starsCover AmazingTrigger Some aspect of animal crueltyShort review This was 5 star read up until the last chapter In my later night read haze I finished this book so it is safe to say that it certainly possesses the uality that keeps you up until 2 AM however I also left confused whether I have read what I have read last night Apparently I did and somehow it didn't leave a good taste It's like eating something rancid after eating an exuisite eight course fine meal We live in a world where mermaid exists and mankind knows its existence They are captured and trained to perform like in similar establishments like Sea World It is a rough situation for Merfolks but coveted prospect to see a creature of myth and train them for humans Erie has been captured and assigned to an upcoming trainer Finn Rather than taking a traditional approach of instilling fear to perform tricks Finn takes a different approach of positive enforcement to train Erie and ends up humanizing her She learns to understand and speak English starts performing but it is the short lived arrangement and things go south for all of them uickly The trope of a mermaid and a human falling in love has been done so many times it needs to be done correctly This could have been a terror story or a love story but falls flat in both aspects Review in imagegif Recommended YesAftermath possible spoilers view spoilerI liked this book so much and cried when Finn releases Erie back to the sea I don't see why they can't have their happily ever after in their own world Finn to stay with Jen and keep making life better for all merfolks while Erie leads merfolks in her own world and keep thriving in her world why it has to be they have to stay together to be happy trope This doesn't work for me because the romance between Erie and Finn never feels real hide spoiler

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Speak the OceanThe ones who dare swim out of lineNewly caught Erie doesn’t know what the evil landfolk want from her Alone and voiceless she watches the other merfolk from the confines Speak the PDF or of her tank Broken into submission they’ve become shells of the once vibrant creatures she knew But Erie refuses to be subjugated She’ll get the crowds to see her. This book was nearly 400 pages long I finished last night Unlike most novels I took my time reading it I savored the story because I didn't want to leave this world once immersed Terrible pun but I couldn't resist It's also trueYou can read the book blurb and other reviews to get the plot I want to convey the heart without giving away too muchWe have a protagonist a guy who's full of himself He's cocky and confident and complex That's the important part his complexity Without it there would have been no struggle The author beautifully leads us through that struggle leads us into where the heart of the story lives and what we as individuals are willing to do when we face up to lies and learn the truth Will we stand for the right thing to do the right action to take no matter the cost Or will we trick ourselves into holding onto the lie because it's what we've always believed and to let go of that belief is to let go of part of ourselves And growGrowth comes at a cost That's what I loved so much about this book all the people who stood on one side or the other the costs to each of them no matter their choices and what was gained or lost in the endCan we talk about that ending for a hot second It grabbed my heart and sueezed so hard in the best way possibleAs a last note I too fell in love with Erie I didn't have to see her perform or smile The juxtaposition of her beautiful innocence set against her willingness to kill to survive had me from the startI'm going to let this story sink in for a bit Then I'm diving right back in sorry I just can't help myself to read it again