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Sharing Hardcover – Aug 1 1991

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Stephen Cosgrove lives in San Antonio.

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I have been to the conclave-a gathering of the greatest minds on earth-and none of those minds were of man. Read the first page
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
This is a phenomenal YA Book Sept. 2 2000
By Kathleen - Published on
Format: Hardcover
Unfortunately, I did not read the other two books in this trilogy but... this book is a standalone; the first two books in the series are brilliantly re-capped. I was captured by the plot and the characters. If you have a passion for the environment and the sea, this book is a must read!...
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A Stunning Finale Jan. 25 2007
By Lee Harrison - Published on
Format: Hardcover
The final chapter to the Song of the Sea Trilogy, Sharing is a great way to tie the series to an end. I love the way it recaps the first two books and moves the story on, to answer the ultimate question the previous two books posed. The story is powerfully moving and a fantastic collection of both pictures and an amazing tale, as it is rounded off. Even if you couldn't read the first two books, this book is well worth the money, for you will read it again and again.