Savage Dawn is a story that starts out innocently enough with a mother-daughter camping excursion. Some backstory of characters, including the paranormal abilities of the daughter follow. Suddenly, we’re in a thrilling story of survival following multiple catastrophic volcano eruptions.
There are some very graphic and chilling scenes not for the faint of heart, but the events are true to life and any reader interested in an apocalyptic adventure will love this story.
During the eruption of Mt. St. Helens back in 1980, I happened to be camping. Although the familial drama of this story is considerably more interesting, mine was also mother-daughter trip. We were in Idaho, making our way west, the mountain itself is in the state of Washington. We had volcanic ash on our tent and the air was thick with the smell of sulfur. Ergo, I found the story completely believable and an exciting read.