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Visiting Chernobyl Audiobook

Visiting Chernobyl: A Considered Guide for Travelers: What You'll See and What to Know

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When Chernobyl's Reactor 4 blew up in April 1986, the roof blew away - a million pounds of concrete. Fire filled the sky. The reactor's graphite core, radioactive and deadly, burned like charcoal for 10 days.

Visiting Chernobyl, framed by the author's visit, revisits the accident itself, relives the evacuation of the area, and discusses both the physical environs and the political circumstances of the Soviet Union at the time.

Written in the comfortable, easy-going style of Bill Murray's adventure travel book Common Sense and Whiskey, Visiting Chernobyl is a quick, handy, and accessible introduction to the worst nuclear accident in history, useful for those planning a visit and armchair travelers alike.

Please note that the author/narrator is not the actor Bill Murray.

©2013 Bill Murray (P)2016 Voices, Inc.

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    Murray's observant narration is woven throughout with fascinating discussions of history, science, geography, and philosophy. Far more than it's title might suggest, this beautiful book is a sensitive consideration of what it means to be a human being on planet Earth. Do the right thing and reveal this book to yourself.

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