Noah’s Ark

My first novel, Noah’s Ark, follows Alex Latham and Michael Beecham, who live two separate lives until the apocalypse brings them together. Their unity unleashes a terrible secret that could wipe out mankind forever . . .

I have made Noah’s Ark free so you can read it at no cost. To get it, all you need to do is subscribe on the right (or at the bottom on mobile) and you will be sent a link to download it, as well as getting occasional updates on current projects.

Thank you, and I hope you enjoy Noah’s Ark. If you’ve already read and enjoyed it, why not try my latest book, New Dawn, which you can purchase from Amazon here.

98 thoughts on “Noah’s Ark

  1. Andrew James Morgan;
    I Very much enjoyed reading Vessel. Your story and your writing style kept me interested through-out so much so that I read it in one setting. A day, and evening, well spent!
    I am looking forward to reading Noah’s Ark.
    D Allison

    • Thank you so much! I’m glad you enjoyed Vessel; if you have the time, I’d be so grateful if you could review it here. I have sent you an email with a link to download your free copy of Noah’s Ark.

      I hope you enjoy it, and thank you again.

      Kind Regards,

      Andrew

  2. I just finished reading Vessel and loved it. I couldn’t put it down because I found it so interesting. It certainly kept me guessing! Thank you for a great read! C. Roman

  3. I really really enjoyed Vessel! Could not put it down.. Was reading right into the wee hours! But would like more!! Are you planning a sequel?

    • Thank you for letting me know, I really appreciate it 🙂 I do have a sequel planned, but I have to finish New Dawn first. I hope you enjoy that as well!

      Kind Regards,

      Andrew

  4. I just spent the last 4-5 hours reading Vessel. This is a great story. Very well written, with very few editing glitches. A great accomplishment for a new author. Great plot twist at the end as well. I look forward to a sequel, should you chose to write one.

    • Thank you so much! I’m glad you enjoyed it. A sequel is certainly on the cards, but I have New Dawn to finish first!

  5. Just left a review on Amazon about Vessel. Loved every minute..however..now I am lacking sleep because I would not stop reading til the end. The details made you experience actually being there with them! To me that speaks volumes about the ability of the author. And you sir, have the ability to do that and did. Great job !

    • Wow, thank you so much! It makes me very happy to hear that. Knowing that my work really gets into people’s heads is very rewarding, and really helps motivate me to continue writing. I hope you enjoy my future work, too, and thank you once again for taking the time to let me know and write a review, it really is very much appreciated.

      Kind Regards,

      Andrew

  6. I just finished Vessel and found it enjoyable. A few times the editing made me wonder if Andrew is not a native English speaker as some phrases and idioms are slightly off. This did not detract from an enjoyable, thought provoking story. This story may not be as fast paced as some may like but J still highly recommend it.
    Thank you for a wonderful change of pace…

    • Hi! Thank you for your kind comments on Vessel. It may interest you to know that I am in fact English–the phrases and idioms you noted are likely British English in origin.

      I hope you enjoy my next work, New Dawn, which you can currently read for free right here on my blog.

      Kind Regards,

      Andrew

    • Dear Jeremy,

      Thank you for reading Vessel, I’m so glad you enjoyed it. An email with a link to Noah’s Ark is on its way to you now. I hope you enjoy that, too.

      Kind Regards,

      Andrew

    • That’s some good casting, I think you’re right on the money there! Im glad you enjoyed it, thank you for reading.

      Kind Regards,

      Andrew

  7. Enjoyed vessel very much! Bales threw me off. In the end it seems most of his efforts were bad when they should not have been. Why was it necessary to kill everyone that knew of the mission?

    • Thank you, I’m glad you enjoyed it! Bales wanted the child to be able to grow up free from media attention, and if that meant killing people to stop the story from leaking, then that’s what he’d have to do. The last thing he wanted was for the child to become a lab rat!

      Kind Regards,

      Andrew

  8. Regards from Buenos Aires. Just finnished reading Vessel, very good and interesting story. I look forward to reading Noah’s Arch and your next books!

    • Greetings from sunny Kent! Thank you, I’m glad you enjoyed it. Always a pleasure to hear.

      Kind Regards,

      Andrew

  9. Got “Vessel” along with 3 other titles, randomly chosen, from Amazon, for reading on vacation (in the USA). Just completed reading it, and what a cracking good read it was. Loved the mix of the “thriller” on earth and the “science fiction” on the ISS. Will check out your previous work now – expecting good things.

    • Hi Hugh,

      I’m so glad you enjoyed Vessel, thank you for letting me know. It always cheers me up to read such a positive comment! I hope you enjoy my future works as much as you enjoyed Vessel, and thank you once again.

      Kind Regards,

      Andrew

  10. Wow! I am an avid reader who likes science fiction,but haven’t read much of it lately. This book blew me away and kept me feeling part of the story, visualizing what was happening with each character! This is the mark of great writer, and I see that in you. Please keep it up! I plan to read everything that you have written thus far to see how you are growing as a writer. Vessel deserves a sequel. There is much more that can be told, and I would like to know how the story develops. The only part of the book that was a bit cloudy for me was the character of John Bales…I needed to understand more about him and his relationship with Sally. Why did she look like Ruth? Unanswered questions make the reader want more and more! Thank you for using your talent to write.

    • Thank you so much for such kind comments, and I’m so glad you enjoyed Vessel. There’s a sequel planned, so keep a look out for that! The journey continues, questions are answered…

      Thanks again for reading, and I hope you enjoy my future works too.

      Kind Regards,

      Andrew

  11. Great novel Andrew. Read it in one sitting. would make a great movie too. I hope you sell the film rights and get a big fat cheque in your pocket. Looking forward to the sequel, don’t leave us hanging too long 🙂 I am a sci-fi author as well and will be publishing my first sci-fi novel the indie way as you have. I’ll let you know when it’s on Kindle. By the way I friend who is a screenplay agent in LA. He specializes in novel adaptations to screen. when you have done the Vessel sequel I can put you in touch with him if you wish.
    Rob Lear

    • Hi Rob,

      I’m so glad you enjoyed Vessel. Thank you for telling me, it means a lot to me! There is a sequel planned, but I’m working on New Dawn first. I just wish I could have more time to write–I’m sure you know the feeling!

      Good luck with your own writing endeavours. If you ever need any info on how I launched and promo’d Vessel, just let me know and I’ll be happy to share. A good launch strategy is crucial to success.

      I’m always happy to talk to like-minded individuals. Seeing a work of mine on the silver screen is my dream!

      Thanks again for reading Vessel.

      Kind Regards,

      Andrew

  12. Very interesting take on a close encounter of the third kind. Really enjoyed the plot twits and the suspense in waiting to see how it was all going to work out. One caveat, there were some grammatical and vocabulary glitches. Didn’t spoil the story at all but they were a little jarring. Looking forward toreading Noah’s Ark, and awaiting your next effort.

    Bob

    • Thank you very much, I’m glad you enjoyed it. For the spelling and grammar, do you have any examples you could show me, please? It might be because I’m English, and British English varies slightly. Anyway, I hope you enjoy my future works, and thank you so much for your kind feedback 🙂

      Kind Regards,

      Andrew

  13. I could tell you were English by your writing and spelling. It was fine…

    And I loved the book… when do we get a sequel??

    • I am indeed! Well spotted. I’m glad you enjoyed Vessel, thank you for saying. There will be a sequel to Vessel at some point–I’ve got some other bits to sort out first, but it is coming. In the meantime, I hope you enjoy my other work, and thank you again for your kind words.

      Andrew

  14. Just finished Vessel. Absolutely brilliant, thank you. Really looking forward to reading your other work, and keeping fingers crossed that a sequel isn’t too far away.
    Also, as an aside, its the first time I’ve been inspired to actually review a book on Amazon. 5 stars, no question!

    • Wow, thank you so much! The reception to Vessel has certainly been mixed, given the unorthodox storytelling and blend of genres, so I’m glad to see that you have enjoyed it! Keep an eye out for my next book, New Dawn–you can read the first draft of it right here 🙂

      Thanks again,

      Andrew

  15. Hi, I’ve just finished reading Vessel, and I loved it! Great story and I hope it becomes a movie one day. I’ve tried to receive the link to Noah’s Ark, but it didn’t work so far. Thanks and keep up the amazing work!

  16. I just finished Vessel, I loved it! I left a review on Audible. Please write a second… Or ten more… I’m actually going back to Audible to see if there are any more of your books I can download. I love this genre, I’m a bit of a science nerd and this was right up my alley. I have to say you are very good at building your characters and story line. Great work! Thank you for a wonderful listen/read!

    • Wow, thank you so much, Amber! I’m thrilled that you enjoyed Vessel, and honoured that you’d like to read more. I’m glad the audiobook gave you the opportunity to enjoy Vessel in a convenient format for you. I remember, when I used to walk an hour or so to work, popping my headphones in and getting immersed in a good audiobook. Sometimes I had no memory of the walk at all!

      As of yet, I have no more audiobooks available, but I will have a new one coming out soon. I will announce it via this page, so if you subscribe at the top right, you’ll be sure to hear about it first.

      Can I ask that you also add your review to Amazon.com for me please? I’d be very grateful. Here’s the link: https://www.amazon.com/review/create-review?ie=UTF8&asin=B00MAGGFCE

      Thank you again, and I hope you enjoy my future works as much as you did Vessel.

      Best,

      Andrew

    • Thank you very much! Could I ask that you leave a review on Amazon.com please? You can do so here: tinyurl.com/reviewvesselnovel

      Also, if you subscribe at the top right of this site, you’ll get updates on all my work, so you won’t miss out!

      Thank you again, and I hope you enjoy my future works.

      Best,

      Andrew

  17. Enjoyed both Vessel, and Noah’s Ark – just one question, why was Noah’s Ark free? I’d have happily paid for this. Likewise, I haven’t started reading New Dawn yet – I’d rather wait until it’s a completed book, at which time I’d happily pay for that also.

    • Thank you, I’m glad you enjoyed them. Noah’s Ark is available to purchase on Amazon if you wish, I just use it as an incentive to get people to sign up to hear about future works. Hopefully, if my work is good enough, I can develop a small following!

      New Dawn will be available to purchase soon–I’ll announce via the website when it’s due to become available. I hope you enjoy it as much as you did the others!

      Thanks again,

      Andrew

    • Thank you, Karen, I really appreciate that, and thank you for your kind review as well. I hope you enjoy Noah’s Ark, and keep your eyes peeled for a new release very, very soon!

      Best,

      Andrew

  18. I very much enjoyed Vessel, as much a good mystery thriller as Scyfi, but enjoyed New Dawn even more. Mr. Morgan is very skilled at capturing the internal dialogue that goes on endlessly in a person’s mind, careening in all directions, fueled by nagging self-doubt as his main character, Jake, deals with the confusion that is the reality we live in. These books also do an outstanding job of capturing the thrill of the old detective novels from the 1940’s, which I mean in a most positive way.

  19. Hi there! I just finished New Dawn. What a great book! I subscribed to your blog but I was never sent the link for Noahs Ark.
    Thanks!

    • Hi Mallory!

      I’m so sorry about that–hopefully now you’ve received the email. I’m so glad you enjoyed New Dawn, and thank you for reading it. If you haven’t already, would you be able to leave a review on Amazon?

      Thank you again,

      Andrew

    • Hi Jader,

      Wow, thank you so much! I’m glad you enjoyed it, and I hope you enjoy New York Deep, too.

      Absolutely. Check your inbox!

      Kind Regards,

      Andrew

    • Thanks so much, Ray! I’m so glad you enjoyed New York Deep. I’ve sent you a little something to your inbox to show my gratitude.

      Andrew

    • I’m so glad you enjoyed it, and thank you for stopping by to let me know! Noah’s Ark is on its way to you now. I hope you enjoy it too.

      Andrew

  20. Excellent. Kept me riveted reading the story. The plot was well done. The emotions felt truly human and real. I enjoyed this very much. Will look up the author and look other books he’s written

  21. New York Deep was awesome! Got it last night and called in sick this morning to finish it. Looking forward to reading the rest of Mr. Morgan’s books. Please keep them coming!

    • Let’s hope your boss doesn’t read this! I’m glad you enjoyed it, and thank you for letting me know. A copy of Noah’s Ark is on its way to you now!

      Andrew

  22. Guess I am late to the party. Just finished reading New York Deep and thoroughly enjoyed it. Great plot and well developed. You provde enough detail to keep the suspense going but not so much the reader gets bogged down.

    I have a story idea for you. If you are interested, drop me a line.

    • Thanks for getting in touch, and I’m so glad you enjoyed New York Deep. Sure, I’d love to hear your idea. I’ve sent you an email with your free copy of Noah’s Ark — you can reply to that if you like.

      Andrew

  23. I really enjoyed New York Deep. I had to read it all in one sitting, I was so captivated. I look forward to reading Noah’s Ark!

    • Thank you, I’m so glad you enjoyed it! A copy of Noah’s Ark should be with you now 🙂

      Thanks again,

      Andrew

  24. Hello Andrew, I finished New York Deep! I loved it! Well paced and thought out! That was the first of your books I read and was greatly impressed! Looking forward to more! Keep up the great work! Jeff

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