New Book Tells Post Apocalyptic Survival Story Set in Wind Cave

April 16, 2015

The Cave: Wind Cave book cover.A new work of fiction set deep underground at South Dakota’s Wind Cave National Park has just been released.

Titled The Cave: Wind Cave (Book 1), the publication is the first of an underground trilogy.

It begins when six young Stanford students depart on a four-day excursion inside Wind Cave, the sixth longest cave in the world at 142 miles (229 kilometres) long. Everything goes as planned until an incident occurs which destroys the elevator, damages the cave and leaves the characters in life-or-death battle for survival as they try to reach the surface.

Follow the characters as they wind their way through the broken passages—each of them revealing the real reason they came into the cave—as they bond and strain against new relationships and alliances as they search for the exit.

Written by first-time author Michela Montgomery, the 264 page novel is published by Post Hill Press.

The book is available now, in paperback or as an eBook, on Amazon.

In addition, Montgomery will signing copies of the book from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm on Saturday May 2nd at the Barnes and Nobel on 3rd Street in Santa Monica, California.

Montgomery’s followup novel is slated to be released in July, while the final volume of The Cave trilogy is scheduled for a December release.

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  1. Luddite
    April 18, 2015 at 2:56 am

    I downloaded the free sample on to my Kindle and read it yesterday. The first 5 chapters are very girly, teenage angst regarding romantic feelings the main character has for another character. It’s that’s your thing, then go ahead. It’s well written in first person format (not the easiest viewpoint to master) and looks like it might develop into something more worthwhile than the slush it starts off with; perhaps I do the author a disservice and it’s meant to be like that to show the stark contrast between earlier life and raw survival. However, if that’s the case, then it was over-laboured – 2 chapters would have sufficed.

    • Caving News
      April 18, 2015 at 12:54 pm

      Thanks for the detail!

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