Friday, 30 September 2011

Ashfall by Mike Mullin GIVE AWAY

Ashfall (Ashfall #1)

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.

Well as today is the last day of my Ashfall madness on the blog. i wanted to do something nice so i'm going to give one winner a hard back copy of Ashfall all you have to do is complete rafflecopter form below. 

Winner is picked at random by Rafflecopter so good luck all.
Extra entries available.


  1. Great giveaway. I've heard so many great things about Ashfall! I anticipate reading it =)


  2. Thanks for the giveaway. I really don't know what I would do. Panic for sure then try to get my family out of there.

  3. Well, if a super volcano erupted close to me, I'd hope that I had enough provisions in the house to last me until the initial ashfall stopped.

    Then, I'd start making my way as far away from the volcano as possible so I could hopefully get to a place less effected by the disaster.

    Thanks for the giveaway.

  4. hhhm I think we already live something like that and I'm supossed is not funny and super dangerous.
    I think I would run the other way haha...not sure to be honest.

  5. The question is so close to home because it happened to us.One of the biggest volcanic eruption of the 20th century when MT. Pinatubo in the Philippines erupted. Right on the spot we were there. There was nothing anyone could do but to flee as far away as we can...on foot... just imagine a 6 year old girl walking in the flooded street as high as my chest with my family holding hands. We had to leave everything behind, our home, our things, our pets, carrying only ourselves and whatever clothes we were wearing that time. We temporarily lived in schools, tents and food was scarce. Relying on relief goods and donations from different groups of people. It was like we had to start our life all over again. That was exactly 20 years ago. And we survived!

  6. Hmm, I think I would froze xD I mean it, I couldn´t move and I think I would laugh because I always laugh when something super craze happends to me...

    Anyway thank you so much for the chance to win♥

  7. Oh gosh, that would probably cause earthquakes and tidal waves since I live in L.A. I would try to escape with my dog and significant other!

  8. I would probably panic, then PRAY!

  9. i forgot to leave my email
    nylesor85 at yahoo dot com

  10. Thanks for the great giveaway :)

    I really don't know what i'd do. I think i would panic, and then probably run screaming!

  11. I think if that happened I would grab my kitty and run like hell lol.


  12. Another amazing giveaway :P

  13. I'll probably panic first and them run off with my parents, sister and my gramma too, after leaving all her stuff at home because she cant rid of things, would be like "Gramma please we got to gooo" D: lol



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