Yellowstone (The Yellowstone Series Book 1) by Bobby Akart

Yellowstone (The Yellowstone Series Book 1)

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 Yell...


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TitleYellowstone (The Yellowstone Series Book 1)
Author
Release DateAug 28th, 2018
GenreApocalyptic, Post Apocalyptic, Fiction, Science Fiction, Dystopia, Adventure, Survival
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Reviews Yellowstone (The Yellowstone Series Book 1)

  • Misty
    1970-01-01
    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 progress appeared, WHAT? Huh?“Tyler laughed and slid her hand onto his butt. ‘Feel that? Still dry after the twenty-story drop on the Nitro ride.’”Fifth time this grown man and father of two has referenced soiling himself. OMG.“He looked over...
  • Olivia
    1970-01-01
    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 their neighbors. It is a superb read--if I could give it more than five stars, I would.
  • Olivia
    1970-01-01
    In this excellemt third installment of his Yellowstone series, Akart shows how society has broken down in the wake of the eruption.
  • S. Sapkota
    1970-01-01
    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
    1970-01-01
    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 of this. Now I need to shower!
  • Mark
    1970-01-01
    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 post-apocalyptic fiction. There weren’t any grammatical errors. The author is a… libertarian? Maybe a right-winger? There is a glowing portrayal of Trump included. It made me laugh. I guess the joke’s on me though because I finished the book (and...
  • Brian's Book Blog
    1970-01-01
    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 teenager.  My fiction and non-fiction reading trajectory was paved with Medical Thrillers.  Because of this, I was genuinely worried that one of my favorite authors was going to let me down by writing a book about a potential outbreak and not do his rese...
  • Denise Keef
    1970-01-01
    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 nightmare of what could happen to end our world as we know it! He has taken us through a cyber-attack and EMP and now a pandemic of the plague. This story had me squirming all the way through thinking of all the things I touch on a daily basis without thinki...
  • Denise Keef
    1970-01-01
    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 volcano is not the only thing that is a threat to Jake and Ashby as they make their way to California and hopefully the safety of Mad House owned by Jake’s parents and then on to Saratoga. No, the ugly side of man has started to show. Those who hav...
  • David Potocnik
    1970-01-01
    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 read as if fox news or breitbart were the brains behind the operation. From the beginning, the author's note about "no swearing," to not offend delicate minds. To the thin attempts at disguising the "first Latino president," the German chancellor, e...
  • Leslie Bryant
    1970-01-01
    Sabotage from inside and all around haunts the 5th novel of Bobby Akart’s Texas Strong series. In other words the Fifth Column has showed their ‘faces’ and is causing all kinds of havoc, including murder, explosions, and assassinations. Duncan is trying to stem the flow of invasion while the Armstrong ranch waits in the peace before the all out battle for their home begins. The anticipation is mounting and I am sure Bobby has a humdinger of...
  • Karina Halt
    1970-01-01
    Another thrilling read by Bobby Akart! This book is a great second book in series, one of my absolute favorites I've read this year! Very frightening!! Do not miss this series!
  • Byron
    1970-01-01
    This book was OK but I thought the proselytizing became heavy. I did order Book #2 (Zero Hour) to give myself another opportunity to appreciate Akart's work.I started 36 Hours based on its premise "What would non-preppers do facing TEOTHWAWKI". I see myself falling into that category and felt Akart's vision might be enlightening. And to a certain extent I believe Akart accomplished that goal. However, I felt bombarded with conservative pulpit pou...
  • Michael Gallagher
    1970-01-01
    Konkoly and Akart obviously are a great team. The first chapter pops right out of the news in Ukraine. Perfectly paced and detailed by experienced pros. Way to go guys.The book paces out the groundwork for a long and detailed series that breaks new ground for the master of technothrillers, Konkoly. History-backstory-digs deep into the high and mighty in America and their dedication or not to the values of the great nation. Steady read, if a littl...
  • Jeff Benham
    1970-01-01
    This is a cerebral book, which is usually enough to keep me away. I started out by reading the first 11 chapters of Cyber Attack before figuring out it would be a really good idea to know what was going on earlier. Basically there are 3 factions, the Loyal Nine, who you are introduced to during the course of this book, The Boston Brahman, the power brokers, and the Zero Day Gamers, a group of elite hackers. I grew up in MA during a time when Patr...
  • Mike Keller
    1970-01-01
    Beyond Borders - The Lone Star Series book 2. The U.S. has been attacked! North Korea and Iran simultaneously exploded two EMP bombs high in the atmosphere above the east and west coasts of America, taking down the power grid for the USA, and parts of Canada and Mexico. Only Texas remains with electricity.Duncan 'Major' Armstrong, retired from Company C of the Texas Rangers, comes from a long line of lawmen and ranchers. Major is directly descend...
  • Denise Keef
    1970-01-01
    The unthinkable has happened. The United States of America has been plunged into darkness in one fast swoop by an EMP. Two countries who have hated America for eons have come together to strike the blow that will bring America to her knees. Only one area…one state that had prepared for any catastrophe that would cause the power grid to go down in the USA has electricity and that state is Texas! In Beyond Borders, Bobby Akart takes us all on a w...
  • BookLoversLife
    1970-01-01
    Here we are, 8 weeks into the Pandemic, and most of the worlds population is either sick or dead. Supplies in shops are running low, people are beginning to realise just how bad it is. The president is hunkered in his bunker but is becoming increasingly erratic, Level 6 is in full affect and life is on the brink. Meanwhile Mac and Hunter are trying to get into a routine and Mac and her mum are setting up a makeshift lab to try to find either a cu...
  • Cheryl
    1970-01-01
    Even the pandemic flu of 1918 only killed one to two percent of the people who were infected. - Anthony FauciThe pandemic that has hit the world has or will soon kill 99% of the world's population. Survivors have retreated to guarded enclaves to protect themselves from being infected.Mac, Hunter, Janie and Mac's parents are at their property near Breckenridge, Colorado and are hunkered down while Mac continues to look for a vaccine or a cure.I li...
  • Leslie Bryant
    1970-01-01
    BEYOND BORDERS Bk2 never gives you a chance to relax but just keeps the suspense and adrenalin flowing. As the world comes crashing down, the Armstrong family are all doing their best to make the journey home to their parents at the Texas ranch. We can just feel the layers of impending doom hanging over everyone. The Korean scenes are so realistic; I was biting my nails. The crisis is real and Bobby Akart has the words to bring it right into your...
  • Mark
    1970-01-01
    This author is a blank blank, blank, blankety blank. In more generous terms, he is a libertarian and a misogynist. Oh, "women must be tamed (direct quote)," "government is always bad," et cetera, ad nauseam. Don't read this author. Ever.
  • Rebecca Larsen
    1970-01-01
    5 StarBobby Akart has done it yet again. Action packed and full of suspense, this one will put you through an emotional ringer. This series is fast becoming one of my favorites. I can't wait for book 6.
  • Katie_Living_in_Bookland
    1970-01-01
    It was enjoyable, but quite slow. I probably won't be reading the next book in the series.Review to come.
  • Karina Halt
    1970-01-01
    This is a cracking book! And I absolutely LOVE this series. If you haven't started it yet, try it, it's SO good! A Must Read!
  • Denise Keef
    1970-01-01
    With billions of people dead worldwide and more dying each day at the hands of ISIS who had called for the destruction of America by way of bioterrorism. One woman who was shunned by the government, works tirelessly to help save those who are left before the extinction of mankind. With the threat hitting close to home and threatens those she holds most dear, she continues day and night to find a cure for the deadly pandemic known as the pneumonic...
  • Rebecca Larsen
    1970-01-01
    5 StarsAction packed, edge of your seat read. This book has multiple plot lines that will keep you interested, and may also prepare you for what could happen if an EMP hit today.
  • Denise Keef
    1970-01-01
    This story is a very gripping one. From the first book to this one, we learn not just the scientific aspects of a pandemic but also what goes on with the people it affects. As the disease spreads, we learn what happens to each victim. From when they are infected to when they take their last breath. This would be a terrible way to die and the scary part of it all is that it could happen to us all. With all of the technology and evil in the world, ...
  • Patiscynical
    1970-01-01
    Bored now...I was hoping for an end of the world survival thriller, but what I got was high jenks and shenanigans.Ashby and Jake are just too cute and sweet for words. Seriously, their loving banter makes me want to throw up. They are in a very serious situation, what with the supervolcano blowing up, and the end of the world, (and the sharks. Let's not forget the sharks) so you'd think they'd be more worried and concerned. But no, love will conq...
  • Denise Keef
    1970-01-01
    Axis Of Evil, the first book in the newest series b Bobby Akart is one that has been anticipated by many for a while now and Bobby hasn’t let us down with his newest endeavor. In this first book we are introduced to many characters who all play strategic parts in this series. Many I have come to like because of their hometown, kind of every day personalities to some who I couldn’t help dislike intensely! Some I’m on the fence about and hope...