Darla Edmunds has faced a lot of challenges in her seventeen years: Her dad died in a farming accident when she was fourteen. Her mother retreated into hyper-religiosity, leaving Darla to run the family farm almost single-handedly. But those struggles pale in comparison to the one she faces after the Yellowstone supervolcano erupts, plummeting the world—and Darla’s small corner of Iowa—into a cataclysmic natural disaster.
DARLA'S STORY is book #0.5 of the ASHFALL trilogy (or should it be called a three-and-a-half-ology?) It’s told from Darla’s perspective, beginning with the eruption and ending when an injured stranger keels over in her barn. If you’re new to the world of ASHFALL, DARLA’S STORY is a great place to start. If you’ve read ASHFALL and loved Darla, this book was written for you.