Mortal Chaos 2: Deep Oblivion by Matt Dickinson
  

Mortal Chaos 2: Deep Oblivion

Written by Matt Dickinson

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July 2012 Book of the Month. Fast-paced and thrilling, a dazzlingly varied sequence of unrelated stories all triggered by one single act dance through the second of Matt Dickinson’s Mortal Chaos titles. When a security guard kills a butterfly, the pane of glass it is fluttering against falls from the building. The immediate effect is remarkably small; the shock waves are immense. Across the globe in different continents and completely different settings, the lives of a host of characters are changed forever. Some are lucky; others are less so. The story of each is utterly compelling.

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Mortal Chaos 2: Deep Oblivion by Matt Dickinson

Butterfly effect: The scientific theory that a single occurrence, no matter how small, can change the course of the universe forever. Hannah, homeless and on the run. Gwen and Tehpoe, kidnapped by violent rebels. Todd and Isabella, threatened by piranha attack. Wai Yan, hunted by a cruel dictator. Stian Olberg, fighting to save his vessel from imminent destruction. For them, and many others, things will never be the same again. Some will live. Many will die. All are connected.

There are three books in the Mortal Chaos Series

Mortal Chaos - Published January 2012

Mortal Chaos: Deep Oblivion - Published Autumn 2012

Mortal Chaos: Speed Freaks - out January 2013

For more information visit www.mortalchaos.com.

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Kalilah K This is not your average faint-hearted attempt at telling a brutal story. It's the real deal, so be prepared to be amazed... Click here to read the full review.

About the Author

Matt Dickinson

Matt Dickinson is an award-winning writer and filmmaker with a passion for climbing and adventure. During his filmmaking career he has worked as a director/cameraman for National Geographic television, the Discovery Channel, the BBC and Channel 4. His film
projects have taken him to Antarctica, Africa and the Himalaya, often in the company of the world’s leading climbers and expeditioners.

His most notable film success was ‘Summit Fever’ in which Matt reached the summit of Everest via the treacherous North Face. His book The Death Zone tells the true story of that ascent and has become a bestseller in many different countries.

Matt is currently Patron of Reading at the Sidney Stringer Academy in Coventry and continues to climb and explore. In January 2013 he summitted Mount Aconcagua, which, at 6,965 metres, is the highest peak in the world outside the Himalaya. Currently, he is planning an ascent of Mount Denali in Alaska, one of the ‘Seven Summits’.

Recently Matt has started writing fiction for teenage readers. His debut thriller series Mortal Chaos was well received by critics and readers alike.

To celebrate the launch of The Everest Files Matt will be touring the UK, speaking at schools and colleges and inspiring a new generation of adventurers.

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Paperback
320 pages

Author

Matt Dickinson
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Publisher

Oxford University Press

Publication date

05/07/2012

ISBN

9780192757159

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