Ashfall by Mike Mullin

Fifteen-year-old Alex is home alone when Yellowstone erupts. The town starts to turn into very crazy situations. His neighbors become murders, trying to survive in the new way of life. His family is 140 miles away in Illinois. The disaster brings out the best and worst in people desperate for food, clean water, and shelter. When an escaped convict injures Alex, he searches for a sheltered place where he can wait—to heal or to die. Instead, he finds Darla. Together they fight their way to Alex parents.

I liked this book very much. It shows what some people will do for survival. Sometimes it brings out the worst in people. I really like how the author moves the story along in a good enough pace and also in enough detail. I like how he goes to try to find his parents 140 miles away. I liked that he finds a person to help him on his way to find his parents. So will Alex along with Darla find Alex’s parents?

NK

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