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2 Best Books about Catastrophes

Discover a collection of gripping books about catastrophic events, from natural disasters to man-made crises. Explore the chaos and resilience of humanity.



by Serhii Plokhy

4.7 (564 reviews)

What is Chernobyl about?

"Chernobyl: The History of a Nuclear Catastrophe" delves into the gripping account of one of the world's worst nuclear disasters. Serhii Plokhy meticulously uncovers the events leading up to the catastrophic explosion at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant in 1986, exploring the political, scientific, and human factors that contributed to the tragedy. With meticulous research and compelling storytelling, Plokhy sheds light on the devastating consequences and long-lasting impact of this unprecedented disaster.

Who should read Chernobyl

  • History enthusiasts interested in understanding the Chernobyl disaster.

  • Environmentalists concerned about the impact of nuclear accidents.

  • Researchers and scholars studying the consequences of nuclear catastrophes.


On the Brink of New Chornobyl

by based on articles by Vox, BBC, The New York Times, The Guardian, Vice, Politico, and Radio Liberty

What is On the Brink of New Chornobyl about?

"On the Brink of New Chornobyl" is a gripping compilation of articles by renowned news outlets such as Vox, BBC, The New York Times, The Guardian, Vice, Politico, and Radio Liberty. This book delves into the alarming events and potential disasters that could lead to a new Chornobyl-like catastrophe. With in-depth analysis and expert insights, it sheds light on the pressing issues surrounding nuclear power, environmental risks, and the urgent need for global action.

Who should read On the Brink of New Chornobyl

  • Environmental activists and policymakers concerned about nuclear energy.

  • Journalists and researchers interested in the Chernobyl disaster.

  • General readers seeking a comprehensive understanding of Chernobyl's aftermath.