Scorched Earth

Scorched Earth In the sequel to The Yellowstone Conundrum we follow our characters through the first week after the eruption of the by mile Yellowstone caldera The battle for the city of Seattle rages as gangs

  • Title: Scorched Earth
  • Author: John D. Randall
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 344
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • In the sequel to The Yellowstone Conundrum we follow our characters through the first week after the eruption of the 55 by 35 mile Yellowstone caldera The battle for the city of Seattle rages as gangs attempt to burn the city to the ground Ray Spaudling and a rag tag group of civilians leave the Seattle Library and help in the fight The weather clears in Denver but therIn the sequel to The Yellowstone Conundrum we follow our characters through the first week after the eruption of the 55 by 35 mile Yellowstone caldera The battle for the city of Seattle rages as gangs attempt to burn the city to the ground Ray Spaudling and a rag tag group of civilians leave the Seattle Library and help in the fight The weather clears in Denver but there is four feet of volcanic ash everywhere Water from the Fort Peck Dam reaches Lake Sakakawea after leveling Williston, ND What is Penny going to do with Amanda and Jason, the two children she rescued from wolves Robert O Brien and Charley Lame Deer reach the Garrison Dam, which like Fort Peck Dam is earthen in construction Will it hold Nancy O Brien leads a group of students and NEIC employees out of harms way toward Loveland Pass We re also introduced to the evil Russell Ramsey as well as witnesses to an incursion into New Mexico by Mexican drug lord Ismael Zambada Cameron Hedges and Betsy Jamison help mayor Wade McGriff as the remaining residents of Wright, Wyoming must seek shelter anew.

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    One thought on “Scorched Earth”

    1. Still a Good Read, Still Hate the PicsI think I liked Book 2 even more than Book 1, and really the only complaint I have--still--is Randall's use of pictures throughout the book. It's distracting and unnecessary. Besides, you can't enlarge them even if you want to look at them, and reading by Kindle is kind of hard on the eyes as it is. Other than that, I am still enjoying it and ready for Book 3.

    2. The story is great, if you can get pastThe plot of this series is well thought out, and the characters and situations are compelling. The detail is excellent, I haven't found factual errors. My biggest gripe is the horrible editing. Missing words, bad sentence structure, and incomplete thoughts make reading this series a chore. But, I really want to know what happens to Penny and the kids, Cam and Betsy, and Ray and Molly, so I will keep on slogging.

    3. Too much use of the F wordThe story was good, very believable. However, could have used less of the f word especially in the descriptive parts of the story. Also WYoming too many people having sex during all the emergencies really wasn't believable.

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