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On Sale: 12/24/2012
ISBN: 9781429948722384 Pages
Eighteen years ago, the prehistoric past collided with the present as time itself underwent a tremendous disruption, transporting huge swaths of the Cretaceous period into the twentieth century. Neighborhoods, towns, and cities were replaced by dense primeval jungles and modern humanity suddenly found itself sharing the world with fierce dinosaurs. In the end, desperate measures were taken to halt the disruptions and the crisis appeared to be over.
New dinosaurs begin to appear, rampaging through cities. A secret mission to the Moon discovers a living Tyrannosaurus Rex trapped in an alternate timeline. As time begins to unravel once more, Nick Paulson, director of the Office of Security Science, finds a time passage to the Cretaceous period where humans, ripped from the comforts of the twenty-first century, are barely surviving in the past. Led by a cultlike religious leader, these survivors are at war with another sentient species descended from dinosaurs.
As the asteroid that ends the reign of dinosaurs rushes toward Earth, Nick and his allies must survive a war between species and save the future as we know it.
Dinosaur Thunder is a terrifying, futuristic thriller in the tradition of Michael Crichton and Douglas Preston.
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You look at that photo on my website, and then you tell me there wasn't an explosion on the moon. You've got to start listening to me, America! Wake up! The government blew up a secret alien base on the moon,...
Praise for Dinosaur Thunder
“Riveting, nonstop action.” —Booklist on Footprints of Thunder
“The best modern novel to deal with the intrusion of living dinosaurs into the present . . . briskly paced, convincing, and exciting.” —The Statesmen Journal (Salem Oregon) on Footprints of Thunder
“For those who can't get their fill of dinosaurs and lots of action, try this splendid story of man's deeds coming back to haunt the modern world . . . magnificently executed.” —Star Banner (Ocala, Florida) on Footprints of Thunder
“An intriguing, often provocative story that . . . reveals narrative imagination and stylistic command.” —The Post & Courier (Charleston, South Carolina) on Footprints of Thunder-