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Ashen winter / by Mike Mullin.

By: Mullin, Mike [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Terre Haute, IN : Tanglewood, 2012Description: 576 p. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9781933718750; 1933718757.Subject(s): Volcanoes -- Teen fiction | Survival -- Teen fictionGenre/Form: Young adult fiction.DDC classification: [Fic] Online resources: Contributor biographical information Summary: More than six months after the eruption of the Yellowstone supervolcano, Alex and Darla retrace their steps to Iowa hoping to find Alex's parents and bring them to the tenuous safety of Illinois, but the journey is ever more perilous as the remaining communities fight to the death for food and power.
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Teen Fiction MULL (Browse shelf) Checked out 04/11/2019 I2130485
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It's been over six months since the eruption of the Yellowstone supervolcano. Alex and Darla have been staying with Alex's relatives, trying to cope with the new reality of the primitive world so vividly portrayed in Ashfall, the first book in this series. It's also been six months of waiting for Alex's parents to return from Iowa. Alex and Darla decide they can wait no longer and must retrace their journey into Iowa to find and bring back Alex's parents to the tenuous safety of Illinois. But the landscape they cross is even more perilous than before, with life-and-death battles for food and power between the remaining communities. When the unthinkable happens, Alex must find new reserves of strength and determination to survive.

More than six months after the eruption of the Yellowstone supervolcano, Alex and Darla retrace their steps to Iowa hoping to find Alex's parents and bring them to the tenuous safety of Illinois, but the journey is ever more perilous as the remaining communities fight to the death for food and power.

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