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SPANISH AUTHOR JAVIER MORO is a writer, journalist, cinema producer and screenwriter. He is trailing the path defined by his uncle, Dominique Lapierre (author of City of Joy and the famous Freedom at Midnight). Javier has discovered different facets of Indian ethos and culture, while dwelling on India-relevant themes. His most recent book is Indian Passion, a historic novel set in India at the end of the British Raj, based on a true story. His other books all have a strong social or environmental angle and include: the story of Brazilian leader Chico Mendes, Freedom at Midnight, the story of a quadriplegic who conquered its disability El pie de jaipur, the true story of 2 Tibetan nuns who fled Lhasa in search for freedom in India The mountains of the Buddha and the story of the world's worst industrial disaster Five past midnight in Bhopal, to writte this book he stayed in Bhopal for six months. He criss-crossed the city, interviewing the laborers and others associated with the Union Carbide. He conducted 256 interviews all over the world, chasing the people who could provide him a wider perspective of events across three continents visiting countries like Greece, France, Holland etc. Moro is also a freelancer journalist with published articles in all major Spanish newspapers and magazines (El Pa�s or El Mundo). In addition, Moro has co-produced and wrote screenplays for the movies Valentina and Cronica del alba and has been involved in cinema and TV projects in the United States in collaboration with directors like Ridley Scott. [http://weblog.greenpeace.org/forestre...]