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Armageddon Yellowstone: Hell Unleashed by [Hartley, Terry Rich]
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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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  • File Size: 1071 KB
  • Print Length: 353 pages
  • Publication Date: November 20, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B005W5R1VY
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #200,070 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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With incredible and believable characters and a great story line this one grabbed my attention and held to the end. Very minor editing errors it's Carnegie Mellon not Melon. I got a giggle out of that one. Neo-Nazis. Aliens. Erupting Yellowstone. Space plague. A real broth of brave, stupid, heroic individuals. I look forward to other titles by this author. And this one is complete without a sequel needed. Even though I would look forward to seeing what these Midwich Cookoo-like infante terrible can do. Oh yes I stared at one point and realised they meant vis a vis, not visa vi. And with regard to the review which talked about the plethora of obscenities? What do expect from a group of workers and exgrunts, the Kings English? And these were mostly towards the beginning of the novel, and in their minds, not in their conversation for the most part. A really exciting story, which stuck to the classic success: "never make it easy on your hero."
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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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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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Review: ARMAGGEDON YELLOWSTONE: HELL UNLEASHED  by Terry Rich Hartley 

I think the best apocalyptic and post-apocalyptic stories are those which personalize the suffering and endurance. Sue, the events themselves--nuclear holocaust, pandemics, asteroid impacts, the Yellowstone Supervolcano--are "bigger-than-life," "big screen," earth-changing processes, are in themselves enormous "special effects."  But learning how these effect different individuals, families, and groups for me humanizes and simultaneously vilifies the Apocalypse. After all, when and if, it will be individuals, families, and groups enduring the consequences.

ARMAGEDDON YELLOWSTONE: HELL UNLEASHED brings home the monstrous possibility, of the Supervolcano that undergirds Yellowstone reaching its long overdue eruption. But it isn't just the Earth striking out. In this novel, "monsters" walk the Earth disguised as humans. That makes the story even more terrifying--and engrossing.
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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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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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