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One beat of a butterfly's wings is all it takes to set in motion a chain of events, over the course of one day, which will change people's lives - and end people's lives. From the father and son diving in Hawaii to the teenagers surfing the bullet train...from the kidnapped girl in Rio to a bear attack in Japan...the chaos knows no bounds. The action is non-stop in this tense and compelling adventure.
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Butterfly effect: The scientific theory that a single occurence, no matter how small, can change the course of the universe forever. A father and son diving off the coast of Hawaii, with the sharks closing in. A scientist in a forest under attack from a savage bear. A young girl who has been kidnapped by drug dealers in Rio. The teenagers surfing on top of a speeding bullet train. 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.
Praise for Mortal Chaos: 'action-packed crackers kids will fly through
'Thrilling and thoughful stuff for a 21st-century reader.'
'A pacy and thrilling read building to a dramatic finale. An imaginative page turner'
|Publication date:||3rd January 2013|
|Publisher:||Oxford University Press|
|Suitable for:||11+ readers|
|Recommendations:||Books of the Month, eBooks|
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 ...More About Matt Dickinson