Yellowstone: Hellfire: A Post-Apocalyptic Survival Thriller

Yellowstone: Hellfire: A Post-Apocalyptic Survival Thriller

Yellowstone is controlled by nature.
Its beauty is breathless and tranquil.
Crystal clear streams flow.
Buffalo roam freely.
It's what's happening beneath that will bring HELLFIRE!

The Yellowstone Series, a new disaster thriller from critically acclaimed author, Bobby Akart, takes the reader on a thrill ride as a cataclysmic event of extinction level proportions ticks away like a time bomb, awaiting its moment. Millions of people visit the Yellowstone National Park every year blissfully unaware they are on top of the greatest killer man has ever known - the Yellowstone Supervolcano.

Beneath this primal allure simmers a catastrophic threat. A caldera the size of Mount Everest, created hundreds of thousand of years ago, which holds back super-heated magma, rising and falling, looking for release.

Scientists agree, the eruption of the Yellowstone supervolcano is long overdue. Events have been set into motion that lit the fuse of the greatest disaster mankind has ever known.

Is it going to happen? Yes.

Do we know when? Anytime, or not within our lifetime, hopefully.

But if it does ... The eruption of the Yellowstone supervolcano will be more than a spectacle to grab our attention. It will be the end of the world as we know it.


Volcanoes are the Earth's way of letting off steam. While most people look at volcanic eruptions as natural disasters, the fact of the matter is, without them, the Earth would explode. Deep beneath the surface of the planet, excess heat builds up, finding a way to vent. Like an overcrowded bus on a hot summer day, the overheated magma stews in its own madness, allowing pent-up frustrations to boil over, until it releases its fury - its HELLFIRE - upon the world above.

Yellowstone is the most potentially explosive, violent, deadly, active volcano on our planet and scientists agree, a catastrophic eruption is inevitable. Yellowstone is extraordinary in its potential and is quite simply, Earth's greatest killer. You've been warned.

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    Yellowstone: Hellfire: A Post-Apocalyptic Survival Thriller Reviews

  • Misty

    Here’s a first for me. I’m going to let this one speak for itself. Enjoy. Sob. “They finally stopped as their progress toward the front of the ball-drop stage appeared before them.”As their pr...

  • Olivia

    This book tells the story of the Ryman family right after the EMP has brought about a power blackout. The reader witnesses the family as they cope with life without power and how they relate with thei...

  • Olivia

    In this excellemt third installment of his Yellowstone series, Akart shows how society has broken down in the wake of the eruption....

  • S. Sapkota

    A powerful fast paced and a realistic novel that leaves the readers on the edge of their seat and biting their nails in excitement and thril. ...

  • B Kevin

    Right-wing christian prepper porn"Prepare to be bombarded with right wing propaganda as the world ends. It is not even a complete story, not that I have any intention of subjecting myself to any more ...

  • Mark

    Edit 11/25/18: I change my review to one star. This author is a jerk.Title: Yellowstone: HellfireAuthor: Bobby AkartPublication Date: Aug 2018Genre: Post-apocalypticScore: 3/5A journeyman effort in po...

  • Brian's Book Blog

    I'm going to add a disclaimer to this review.  I LOVE Medical Thrillers/Bio-Thrillers.  I've taken a liking to them ever since reading Michael Crichton as a kid, and then Richard Preston as a teenag...

  • Denise Keef

    Whew! WHAT a story! Bobby Akart has done it again with a story that will have you wondering if the world really will end tomorrow! He has taken one more possible scenario and turned it into a nightmar...

  • Denise Keef

    The Yellowstone caldera is one of the biggest threats to mankind. One that could erupt at any time and put the survival of every living creature at risk of extinction. But the eruption of the massive ...

  • David Potocnik

    Exciting. I will give it that, though by the time I realized the political persuasion, and the selling of an agenda throughout the book, I finished as fast as possible. It seemed to be good, though it...