By Diane Duane
Published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2001
384 pages (hardcover)
Coming to the aid of a wounded whale, Kit and Nita are plunged into deep wizardry. The whale is a wizard, and she enlists Kit and Nita in battle against the sinister Lone Power. Becoming whales themselves, Nita and Kit join in an ancient ritual performed by whales, dolphins, and a single fearsome shark. But which poses more of a danger: the Lone Power, or ed'Rashtekaresket, the enormous shark as old as the sea? (from barnesandnoble.com)
Something that was good about this book is that it was full of adventure and magic. I loved that this book didn’t just have fantasy in it, but it also has a little bit of science in it. Something that could be improved in this book is that this book could mix genres so it can be more exciting. Yes, I would recommend this book to a middle schooler because I know that middle schoolers LOVE fantasy books filled with adventure.