The Sleeping Giant by Dusty Grein
When a dormant volcano begins to wake up, ten year old psychic twins Danny & Becca Brock must somehow save their family from impending doom.
Join them and the other residents of their small town in the week leading up to one of the largest natural disasters in history.
Mount Rainier, the tallest volcano in the continental U.S., has stood silent watch over Seattle and the Puget Sound area for millennia. On a clear September morning, something deep inside the heart of the sleeping volcano shifts. For the Brock family, and the millions of residents who live in the mountain's shadow, life is about to change forever, and the unimaginable is about to occur.
This book is a work of fiction, but it takes place in very real locations. More than 3.5 million people live in the metropolitan area along the eastern edge of Puget Sound, in Washington state. They live work and play in the shadow of one of the largest and most dangerous volcanoes in the United States. At 14,400 feet above sea level, Mount Rainier is the tallest mountain in Washington State, and is blanketed by no fewer than 26 glaciers, holding more snow and ice on its slopes than all the other volcanoes in the Cascade Mountain range combined.
When this volcano erupts, (and scientists tell us that it WILL erupt, eventually) it will be one of the largest natural disasters in recorded U.S. history.
What others are saying
"... Very well written! Wraps you up in the story and keeps you enthralled."
"This was a very good book that built up to an explosive climax . The characters were developed and the plot moved at a rapid pace ... I really enjoyed this book and recommend it to others."
"... As the story unfolded, the characters became alive and the excitement built until the very end. I will keep this book to reread again and again."
"A worthy tale of danger and love with a little supernatural twist just to keep things interesting.You wont regret reading it!"
"I became a character within the story... if you read one book this year make it this one... You won't be disappointed."
"This is a good read ... Needs a part 2."
"Everything is just right with this book. The characters are fully developed, so the reader cares for what happens to them... It is nice to read a book that is both entertaining, and educational without being pedantic..."
About The Author...
Dusty Grein is an author, and graphics designer from Federal Way, Washington. He currently lives in the Pacific Northwest, where his 15 year old daughter Jazzmyn Grein, a successful author in her own right, is trying to raise him right.
An award-winning poet, he is a contributing member of the Society of Classical Poets, focusing on keeping the classic forms of meter and rhyme fresh and alive.
When he is not busy writing, he donates a great deal of his time and graphics talent. In honor of his grandson Eddy, lost to SIDS at 13 weeks old, he creates free memorial images for bereaved families, with a special focus on infant and pregnancy loss.
His blog, From Grandpa's Heart... is followed by fans around the world.
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