Red Days, by M L Sparrow
M L Sparrow
2017: 235 taken into captivity, 570 slaughtered.
Keiko never set out to be an activist, but when she’s sent on an assignment to Taiji, Japan, the ball is set in motion. Reporting on the brutal yearly slaughter of hundreds of dolphins alters her life.
Over the course of ten years Keiko follows the highs and lows of the campaign to stop the slaughter of dolphins in Japan and attempts to bring change through her articles. Will her efforts and that of many others be enough?
*Though fictional, Red Days is based on a series of true events up until January 2017*
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