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BOOK TWO OF THE DINOCALYPSE TRILOGY!

Thrown through time and space, Jet Black and his friends find themselves in a future that has changed everything they’ve ever known. Hunted, exhausted, and desperate to return home, they must stay one step ahead of the conquering psychosaurs who have taken over the world and enslaved humanity!

But as the world changed, so did the people ...
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Overview

BOOK TWO OF THE DINOCALYPSE TRILOGY!

Thrown through time and space, Jet Black and his friends find themselves in a future that has changed everything they’ve ever known. Hunted, exhausted, and desperate to return home, they must stay one step ahead of the conquering psychosaurs who have taken over the world and enslaved humanity!

But as the world changed, so did the people they left behind. Bitter enemies turn into vital allies and old friends sacrifice their ideals to seek victory by any means necessary in this fast-paced sequel to Dinocalypse Now!

“A raging flood of heroic pulp action!”
— GeekDad, Wired Magazine
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940148506409
  • Publisher: Evil Hat Productions
  • Publication date: 6/4/2013
  • Series: Dinocalypse Trilogy , #2
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 240
  • Sales rank: 710,900
  • File size: 3 MB

Meet the Author

Chuck Wendig’s novel Double Dead hit shelves in November, 2011. His second novel, Blackbirds, has received rave reviews. Its sequel, Mockingbird, was published at the end of 2012.

He, along with writing partner Lance Weiler, is an alum of the Sundance Film Festival Screenwriter’s Lab (2010). Their short film, Pandemic, showed at the Sundance Film Festival 2011, and their feature film HiM is in development with producers Ted Hope and Anne Carey. Together they co-wrote the digital transmedia drama Collapsus, which was nominated for an International Digital Emmy and a Games 4 Change award.

Chuck has contributed over two million words to the game industry, and was the developer of the popular Hunter: The Vigil game line (White Wolf Game Studios / CCP). He is a frequent contributor to The Escapist, writing about games and pop culture.

He currently lives in Pennsylvania with wife, dog, and newborn son. You can find him at his website, terribleminds.com, where he is busy talking about storytelling and the art and craft of writing. You can find his writing advice collected in e-books such as Confessions of a Freelance Penmonkey and 500 Ways to be a Better Writer.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 2, 2013

    The action is still here, but the tone is a bit different.

    The action is still here, but the tone is a bit different. It's not that the tone is out of place. I would imagine it's difficult to be an optimistic hero fighting the good fight when you're quite literally the last pocket of resistance in a world that you failed to save decades ago. And there were a few times where characters were openly mocked for being "a golly gee hopeful type". It takes a little bit of the fun out of it. And unlike the first book in the series, this time I felt like there may have been some aspect of the game the books are based on that I'm not familiar with that could have been explained a little better. It's not a huge deal, but I'm a little curious why a couple of the central characters are still in decent enough shape to be seeing action when they're pushing a hundred.

    Also included was a short story that focused on a minor background character. It does a lot of jumping around in time to establish what the character was like at the important periods of time the main story takes place during. It's also the only explanation of how one of the main plot threads of this book actually gets wrapped up. It's good, but on some level it feels like an after thought. Like the author knows he's not coming back to the world created for this book in the next one, so he needed to tie everything up somehow.

    Over all I liked it, and I'm looking forward to the conclusion, but I think it was a little bit of a step down from the first in the series.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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