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Armageddon Yellowstone: Hell Unleashed [Kindle Edition]

Terry Rich Hartley
3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)

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It would explode with a force a thousand times more powerful than the Mount St Helens eruption in 1980. The world’s largest super-volcano located underneath the United States’ Yellowstone National Park is set to blow. (Actual report from The UK’s Daily Mail)

*A scientist on a suicide mission...
*A Faustian bargain with a mysterious life form...
*A brain damaged boy is biologically re-engineered...
*A ghostly shaman bearing visions of disaster...
*A rash of murderous behavior in two small towns...
*A cavern concealing clandestine maneuvers...
*A vast, deep reservoir of fiery molten rock threatening the heart of North America...

When biological psychologist Tom Havyn sets out to kill himself at his recently inherited ranch near the small berg of Glensford, Idaho, he unwittingly puts humanity on a trajectory to disaster. Blaming himself for his son Travis’s massive brain trauma, Havyn makes a Faustian bargain with an exotic stranger who possesses the technology to repair and even enhance the damaged tissue. Moreover, the new traits could be passed on, making Travis the key to a breathtaking leap in human evolution.
Soon, Havyn finds himself acting as a Judas goat for an antigovernment paramilitary organization. His newfound ability to predict disaster turns him into a modern day messiah who draws thousands of followers into a trap set by the paramilitary group with plans to use them as carriers for a highly infectious designer virus. Simultaneously, the group adulterates the U.S. food supply.
Converging events, including earthquakes, random killings, and food shortages create a nationwide panic of monumental proportions. Lost in the maelstrom is the fact that an extinction level event looms in the background. The vast, deep reservoir of fiery, molten rock that feeds cyclical cataclysmic eruptions at Yellowstone is nearing the level of the last supervolcano, which occurred 600,000 years ago. Only this time, one man has his finger on the volcano's hair trigger. In the bargain to save his son, Havyn is central to unleashing hell on civilization, to scorching much of the earth clean and making room for a new sort of human race represented by his biologically re-engineered son.
Armageddon Yellowstone: Hell Unleashed is a gripping story of human emotion and behavior under the cloud of annihilation.

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This is a full slate of a story. It is a feat in and of itself that the author, Terry Rich Hartley, pulls all the strands together; major kudos to him . . . It's a fast moving story, and it keeps you hooked . . . a killer high tech thriller.  LiteralRemains.com
If like me, you're a Brit fascinated by Yellowstone and the films about volcanoes, this is a book worth reading. It combines geology with science fiction, with a bit of native american mystique thrown in for good measure. debbie-bennett.blogspot.com/

About the Author

Dr. Terry Rich Hartley has "served hard time" as a research psychologist, psychology professor, and award-winning newspaper journalist. He currently brings psychological principles to fiction. He is the author of The Octopus Hook Murders, The Ditchrider's Daughter, Paranoia on River Road, Whisper, and Whisper II: The Books.

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  • Language: English
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Armageddon action December 27, 2011
By Debbie
Format:Kindle Edition
If like me, you're a Brit fascinated by Yellowstone and the films about volcanoes, this is a book worth reading. It combines geology with science fiction, with a bit of native american mystique thrown in for good measure. Rather too many viewpoints for my personal taste with a lot of short scenes that occasional left me wondering where we were, but there is a well-constructed storyline in here with detailed characters and a lot of research. I wasn't fussed with some of the info-dumping, but I did come to care about Tom and the choices he had to make. All in all, I enjoyed reading this ebook.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Excellent monsters, too much detail in some areas June 15, 2012
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
I really love a good end of the world type of story and I very much like finding new authors or indie authors. I liked Armadeddon Yellowstone, Hell Unleashed for the most part. I found the basic story and plot engaging and I was fascinated by the underlyng mystery. My main complaint was actually too much information about several of the side characters - the extra backstory took away from the suspense & action. However, that is just my personal peeve and should not deter you from giving this book a chance.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A thoroughly good read May 12, 2012
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
The book's title, Yellowstone Armageddon: Hell Unleashed, aptly describes what takes place. The characters drew me in, and as the plot unfolded I was hooked. I couldn't wait to get back to the story to see what happpened next. Many characters, but they all had their place in the story. One of the many things I liked about this book was how the author created his characters and fleshed them out so well I thought I knew people like that.

The story also contains humor, good and evil characters, F.B.I., aliens and conspiracy. And the author makes it believable! It also had the character Lita, a deputy from a short story, Paranoia on River Road.

I recommend this book and hope that the author is planning a sequel.
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14 of 21 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Language from Hell April 29, 2012
Format:Paperback
I was not able to finish this book because of obscene language and crude writing. The story line sounded great and I was excited when I got the book but right from the start the writing style proved annoying and lacking polish. But regardless of style the language was truly the worst I have ever come across and I simply could not put myself through that sort of garbage. I did continue to spot read to get a better idea of the story flow since Yellowstone is a favorite subject of mine and the idea of a great volcanic explosion up there intrigued me, but again the trashy language resulted in me trashing the book.

Some of the phases used by the author (not the characters) where "cup of sludge", "looked in the mirror at 600 miles of bad road", "paid respect to the porcelain." etc. If this came from the voice of the character or even non-vocalized thoughts it would be one thing but this was the way the author told the story and I found it a stumbling block. His cute phrase were aggravating. His whole style of writing for me was hard to wade through. But still it wasn't what stopped me from continuing on.

The author told much of the story of the characters rather than let the characters speak for themselves. And I found none of the characters people that I wanted to know or even care about. They didn't come alive to me nor make we want to read more. But still I pushed on because the story line promised a great story (if not a great read) and I love Yellowstone.

But what finally stopped me was page after page of just plain crude and obscene language. much of it coming from the author and not necessarily from the mouth of the various characters.
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More About the Author

Dr. Terry Rich Hartley has served "hard time" as a research psychologist, psychology professor, and award-winning newspaper journalist. He naturally brings psychological principles to fiction and is the author of The Octopus Hook Murders, Armageddon Yellowstone: Hell Unleashed, Paranoia on River Road, The Ditchrider's Daughter, Whisper, Whisper II, and House of Matches. More works by this author can be found on Amazon Books as well as at www.terryrichhartley.com.

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