The earth's tectonic plates are moving and a massive eruption beneath the active volcanic areas of Yellowstone is predicted by billionaire scientist who is known only as Noah. Certain that the inevitable eruption will have a cataclysmic effect on humanity; he embarks on a secretive project to create a survivalist community of two hundred of the worlds top scientists. As construction work on the cave complex begins, Noah meets Belinda, a girl working in the small town near the site of the cave. Finishing the underground city is paramount before the eruptions take place, which will create a series of gigantic shocks that will wreak havoc across America. His growing passion for Belinda means he must try to save her. Her love for Noah sparks jealousy in her life-long friend Jeremy and before Noah can intercede she is beaten and nearly raped by him. Driven to desperation, Noah brings her to the building site and they begin their life together in the confines of the large underground city.
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Review of Utopia Begins From: Firstediting.com
This story of intrigue and mystery is well written with an easy and comfortable writing style. The author immediately captures the reader's attention when he introduces a mysterious stranger who arrives in a small town. His character and purpose in this new town is slowly unraveled throughout the story. The author keeps a good pace throughout and never leaves any portion of the plot line unresolved. Each chapter has appropriate length and leaves you wanting to know what is coming next. I enjoyed the author's use of imagery, which put me in the shoes of the character. This is representative in lines like: "He sat back breathing hard; his adrenaline flowed like a river. It gushed into his heart, making him weak as a baby." Another good use of imagery is in this narration: "Her heart was pounding like a bass drum into her head and pleasure was engulfing her." The author did well with the character development in that the reader obtains intimate knowledge of Belinda, Noah, and Jeremy--the main characters. We learn more than just facts about their lives; we are given insight into their thoughts, emotions, and desires. The ending is great. It is surprising; yet at the same time falls completely in line with the prevailing fashion of the story. This is a great read.
DaryaFrom the Author:
I have been writing off and on for about seven years. This is my first finished work and it has sparked me to go on in a more dedicated manner. With all the positive feed back I have recieved. I hope you enjoy it and I will read any and all reviews that are written.
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Book Description Dave Garr, 2008. Book Condition: Very Good. Great condition for a used book! Minimal wear. Bookseller Inventory # GRP75914721