NEW MADRID: The Great Crevasse

NEW MADRID The Great Crevasse Four ex army rangers have been prepping for an eventual apocalyptic event for than two years in the mountains of Tennessee The four friends made a wager on exactly what the event would be including a

  • Title: NEW MADRID: The Great Crevasse
  • Author: Terry Frost
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 147
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Four ex army rangers have been prepping for an eventual apocalyptic event for than two years in the mountains of Tennessee The four friends made a wager on exactly what the event would be, including an economic collapse of the United State s economy, a world wide pandemic, a killer asteroid, or the eruption of a fifty square mile caldera in Yellowstone National Park.Four ex army rangers have been prepping for an eventual apocalyptic event for than two years in the mountains of Tennessee The four friends made a wager on exactly what the event would be, including an economic collapse of the United State s economy, a world wide pandemic, a killer asteroid, or the eruption of a fifty square mile caldera in Yellowstone National Park Nothing the men saw in the horrors of battle in Afghanistan or Iraq could begin to compare to the actual apocalyptic event that happens in their own backyard In the spring of 2016 the lesser known New Madrid fault line, the deepest fault line in the world erupts causing the worst earthquake in the history of mankind The earthquake causes a one mile wide and 500 mile long crevasse in the heartland of the United States The pure devastation and chaos caused by the earthquake was unparalleled, and only the strongest will survive, and it can actually happen in the near future.

    One thought on “NEW MADRID: The Great Crevasse”

    1. TossedThrew this Kindle Unlimited book out at 12%. Poor writing, horrid grammar, and even worse punctuation and spelling. Do not waste any time on this one.

    2. Hooray for meI made it to the end without dumping it.As this is a KU book, I feel compelled to start the review with some comments about the writing and editing. On the whole the composition of this book is a bigger disaster than the New Madrid earthquake. The seemingly never ending roll call of a awkward sentences and spell checker word substitutions like 'mute' instead of 'moot' or 'drug' instead of 'dragged'. Then there are the strange turns of phrase like describing the titular fault system [...]

    3. 2.4 stars. Right off the bat, I have to say this WOULD BE a good book if the author found a good editor. With the exception of some complete tangents from the basic premise and reality (such as Rangers getting such advanced diving training), this is an interesting story, a strong storyline and, MOST IMPORTANTLY, characters the reader can actually care about. Having said all that, reading the story can be a challenge because of the unfinished nature of the grammar and punctuation, improper auto-c [...]

    4. This was a good read from start to finish. The author has a very good wordcrafting skill and a vivid imagination.There really is a New Madrid earthquake fault. When it lets go, a good story erupts!The author really needs a good editor for the grammar and same sounding word usage road & rode sealing and ceiling. I volunteer to help this author if he wishes.Anyway, he is a good author and has put together a very good first book of this two book series ( so far ).I recommend this book to every [...]

    5. New slant on a wide range of these types of stories!This story is different from moms in its genra in that even though. The same problems, food shortages, And dangerous people using the disaster to behave like animals is the same, it differs by having the split up the middle of the U.S.A by the sea to threaten the characters! Looking forward to Book 2 as soon as I finish this review.

    6. Loved itI really liked how the disaster progressed. True, there were a lot of editing problems. I am the type of reader that gets completely into what I am reading. The spelling, punctuation and grammatical errors, while noticeable, did not take away from a very good book. I recommend it.

    7. New MadridI would invite any who are reading this type of books should read this one. The four friends have a wonderful relationship that moves the story right along, without getting so deep into technical of weapons and the hummers to bog the story down. Can't wait to read the next book.

    8. I love end of the world books, but this one was really badly written. The story idea was good, but the author lacked the skill to do it justice. There wereso many editing errors, bad grammar, and just simple use of the wrong word throughout the book. There are so many things wrong I just don't know whatTo say, except I will not continue with the series.

    9. I really liked the story and the fact that a lot of it takes place in East Tennessee, where I live, is a definite plus. I thought it was well researched and mostly well written. Lots of action with a good dose of romance. The only detraction from this being a five-star is the many grammatical errors and typos.

    10. New Madrid: The Great CrevasseThis is a very entertaining book, but like most, the heroes are indomitable. That will not be the case in a real event.There are several editorial problems but they didn't detract from the story line. I think readers searching for an entertaining read will like this book. I did.

    11. Got about 71% through and stopped. I picked up the book because I liked the subject matter and despite the poor editing, I kept reading because I liked the characters and and the setting. I stopped because the conflicts were solved way too easily and the incorrect words just drew me too far out of the story to come back to it.

    12. Poorly edited, misspelled words,poor sentence s6tructure distraction for readers. Use of "Macster" instead of "Mac" not age appropriate for characters. Details lacking in plot.Would like to have had more details on preparation for disasters. Where's the meat? Have read other pre disaster prep books much better in information and story development.

    13. PrepperThe plot seemed feasible and the story flowed well. Having 4 well trained soldiers is a questionable piece of really good luck but they did not seem to have any good security. They were flying by the seat of their pants and had unbelievable good luck. All in all I enjoyed the story and will try the second book.

    14. good readI enjoyed this book but I have one major complaint it is a magazine not a clip. To keep calling them ex-rangers is a slap in the face they are former rangers. The story line is riveting since I live in the New Madrid zone.

    15. IntriguingGreat story. I have lived in the Memphis area so this added to the intensity of the story. The characters were well developed and likeable. There were still quite a few editing errors.

    16. Good first book in the seriesVery interesting premise and characters in this book. There were some editing and grammar issues and some poor word choices but they didn't detract from the story line and action.

    17. Loved itOne of the best books I've read in a long time. Read it straight thru till the end,can't wait to read the sequel

    18. Great ReadLoved it new twist on societal collapse stories and I look forward to reading the remainder of the series and more from the author.

    19. poorly edited tale of a disastrous New Madrid earthquake causing an eventual collapse of the US government and any semblance of law and order.

    20. Good readI like the read kept me walking around my house not wanting to put my kindle down.wondering what's next for our group

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