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About Justin Morgan
Justin Morgan is the author of the Amazon bestseller The Dogs of Chernobyl.
As a teacher of literature, he spent almost two decades seeking inspiration around the world for his own stories and honing his writing skills. In that time, he was lucky enough to spend time with some of the world's rarest animals in their natural habitats, and has now brought his experiences together in the "Animal Eyes" fiction series.
In his vivid settings and the authentic behaviour of his animal characters, his love of the natural world is plain to see.
For more information or to contact Justin, visit his website: http://justin-morgan.mailchimpsites.com/ or join him @PawsOnPublishing on Instagram/Facebook.
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'Extraordinary... a lyrical power that is rare for a debut author. Animal lovers – whether teen or adult – will love these books' - Lisa Edwards, author/publisher of The Hunger Games, His Dark Materials, Horrible Histories
A creeping cloud, shimmering with sickness.
Masked men, whose sticks explode with fire.
When you’re a canine survivor of the world‘s worst nuclear accident, it’s hard to know which to fear most...
Young strays Ony and Belka want nothing more than a safe patch to start their family. But a devastating explosion at the power plant turns their simple dream to ashes, and their home into an uninhabitable ghost town.
Attempting to outrun old rivals, ruthless exterminators and the trauma of a troubled past, the pair encounter a human clean-up crew who seem eager to help. Can the ailing strays trust the creatures that have cost them so much? And can they find sanctuary before the spreading fallout finds them?
Uniquely capturing the naivety of animals faced with the horror of a man-made disaster, this poignant story of survival – the first title in the Animal Eyes anthology series – is a timely reminder of humanity’s responsibility to the natural world.
It’s 1986, and life in Soviet Ukraine is tough. But with the explosion of a nuclear reactor, things are about to get considerably worse.
The government, battling to play down the worsening crisis, makes promises to those willing to help. For young patriots Alek and Narmin, whose lives are spiralling out of control, it seems an opportunity too good to ignore...
After all, what could be so bad about a little accident at a power plant?
In this prequel to best selling novel The Dogs of Chernobyl, explore a vivid tapestry of Soviet life to see the human cost of secrets and lies -- and to consider whether the catastropic nuclear disaster was a case of history repeating itself.
Will the mess awaiting Alek and Narmin at Chernobyl really be as harmless as the regime insists? Click Read/Buy now and decide for yourself.