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Harry Turtledove—the New York Times bestselling author of numerous alternate history novels, including The Guns of the South, How Few Remain, and the Worldwar quartet—has a Ph.D. in Byzantine history. Nominated numerous times for the Nebula Award, he has won the Hugo, Sidewise, and John Esthen Cook Awards. He lives with his wife and children in California.
At the end of the book, when still very little had happened, I said, "That's IT?"
I would think the characters in the book would be more focused on what has happened than just daily tasks like going out to eat,getting married.
It appears to be about 95% character development and very little about the actual disaster.
Apocalyptic event, interesting characters, but somewhat hum-drum.Published 3 months ago by Ron Carney
I put to book down after reading just half. Full of cliche situations and vapid conversation. Very little science or insight or speculation.Published 3 months ago by Donald W. Wall
I'm trying to imagine how Supervolcano could have been made more boring. Nothing comes to mind. I'm through with Vol. 3, with at least one more in the works. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Mick McAllister
This is the first Harry Turtledove book I've read, so I doubt very much my review makes much of a difference. Read morePublished 6 months ago by grayeyedgirl
I had to purchase the next two books to find out more about the family and their trials. It kept my interest.Published 6 months ago by Sandy
I was stoked about reading this--i thought I was in for an interesting and exciting read. Unfortunately, what I got was a poorly written tome with several superfluous characters... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Therese Green
THE story is interesting and informative. It is the first in a series but this novel drags on with the obvious for too long. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Edward J. Walsh
Ordered and read the whole series, not very exciting and got worse as the story went on. Don't waste your money.Published 7 months ago by K. Felkins