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A Standalone Disaster Thriller

Publishing: August 31, 2023

Formats: eBook, Kindle, Kindle Unlimited, Audio, Audible, Jacketed Hardcover, Paperback



Amazon #1 Best Seller: Post Apocalyptic 

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Amazon Rating: 4.6 / 5 stars


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In the shadow of the towering Sierra Nevada, lies a dormant giant that has slumbered for millennia. But now, nature's fiery wrath awakens as the Long Valley Caldera, a sleeping volcanic colossus, stirs from its deep slumber.

California had experienced back-to-back catastrophic events. The ARkStorm, a thousand year flood event led to another catastrophic event, a series of earthquakes causing the rupture of the famous San Andreas fault. That earthquake has now awakened the Long Valley Caldera, the second largest Supervolcano in the United States behind Yellowstone, located beneath California's Mammoth Mountain.


After surviving being swallowed by the Earth during the earthquake swarm in Fractured, USGS geophysicist, Mac Atwood, and volcanologist, Taylor Reed returned to the ordinarily peaceful and serene environs surrounding Mammoth Mountain. Or, so they thought.



"I have read many books on natural disasters and I majored in Geology. This is one of the top fictions I read that is very accurate. Earth is more likely to destroy humans than humans are to destroy earth."


"If this story is as accurate as others he has told, we can expect to hear about activity in the California volcanoes in the next few months."


"Outstanding and thrilling novel. He has a way of developing characters so seemingly real, that by the end they feel like family. As you read the developing tale, you find yourself drawn into the lives of people just trying to survive."


"If you have read the Yellowstone series don't hesitate to read this book. It's not a rehash of Yellowstone. It's good on it's own."


"Bobby Akart paints a beautiful and vivid picture after picture after picture in his words. He is the Rembrandt of his genre!"


"I learn from his books. He teaches readers scientific facts and allows us to experience them from our armchair. I go away knowing not only scientific fact but a little about how to survive the disaster."


"Another 5 star read from Akart. What makes his books so intense, is the science that backs up the possibilities. What makes his books such a great read, are his well rounded characters with the story around them."

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