Supervolcano: Things Fall Apart by Harry TurtledoveSupervolcano: Things Fall Apart by Harry Turtledove

Supervolcano: Things Fall Apart

byHarry Turtledove

Mass Market Paperback | December 2, 2014

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New York Times bestselling author Harry Turtledove brings his post-apocalyptic disaster trilogy to a startling conclusion...

An explosion of incalculable magnitude in Yellowstone Park propelled lava and ash across the landscape and into the atmosphere, forever altering the climate of the entire continent. Nothing grows from the tainted soil. Stalled and stilled machines function only as statuary.
 
People have been scraping by on the excess food and goods produced before the eruption. But supplies are running low. Natural resources are dwindling. And former police officer Colin Ferguson knows that time is running out for his family—and for humanity…
Harry Turtledove, the New York Times bestselling author of The Guns of the South, Ruled Britannia, the Atlantis Trilogy (Opening Atlantis, The United States of Atlantis, Liberating Atlantis), and the Supervolcano Trilogy (Supervolcano: Eruption, Supervolcano: All Fall Down) has a PhD in Byzantine history. Nominated for the Nebula Award...
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Title:Supervolcano: Things Fall ApartFormat:Mass Market PaperbackDimensions:464 pages, 6.7 × 4.2 × 1.2 inPublished:December 2, 2014Publisher:Penguin Publishing GroupLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0451240553

ISBN - 13:9780451240552

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Praise for the Supervolcano Trilogy:“[Turtledove] treats this massive disaster in a realistic fashion, creating a world that tries to limp along in the aftermath of the greatest blow nature has ever struck against modern man. The events of the story feel possible, in terms of both science and society.”—The Maine Edge“I am enjoying this series. It walks the line between alternate history and near future ecothriller.”—SF Revu“Series fans and readers who clamor for ‘disaster’ novels should enjoy this ongoing chronicle of a possible future.”—Library Journal