Trailer Tuesday (12)
Trailer Tuesday is a Weekly Blog Post hosted by me at Blood Sweat and Books. Each week I choose two Book Trailers to showcase. One Trailer will be for an upcoming book and the other will be one that has already been released.
This Week I am showcasing Ashfall by Mike Mullin and
Publication Date: October 11,2011
Publisher: Tanglewood Press
ISBN: 1933718552 (ISBN13: 9781933718552)
Goodreads Page: Click Here
Under the bubbling hot springs and geysers of Yellowstone National Park is a supervolcano. Most people don't know it's there. The caldera is so large that it can only be seen from a plane or satellite. It just could be overdue for an eruption, which would change the landscape and climate of our planet.
Ashfall is the story of Alex, a teenage boy left alone for the weekend while his parents visit relatives. When the Yellowstone supervolcano erupts unexpectedly, Alex is determined to reach his parents. He must travel over a hundred miles in a landscape transformed by a foot of ash and the destruction of every modern convenience that he has ever known, and through a new world in which disaster has brought out both the best and worst in people desperate for food, water, and warmth. With a combination of nonstop action, a little romance, and very real science, this is a story that is difficult to stop reading and even more difficult to forget.
The Wild Wood begins the tale of Cecily Daye and the other six girls who were born on the exact same day at the exact same time in the superstitious and Salem-esque town of Dunlowe. Controlled all their lives, the girls live in fear that one day the town will decide that controlling isn’t enough and declare the girls evil. Hanging, stoning, pillories, and pain are daily threats for the girls, each knowing that it will take just one spark to light their world on fire.
I can't find much info about this book (no goodreads,no amazon link etc..). Check out the Authors Website below:
Click Here The Book also has a publication date of June 29,2012
Well that about wraps up this Trailer Tuesday. What did you think of the trailers? Are you planning on reading either book? Let me know in the comments below. I love reading your responses.