The 160-million-year-old, world-sized starship with its crew of sentient dinosaurs mystified humankind when it entered our solar system. Careers and even governments rose and fell in the fight to board it, ...
The 160-million-year-old, world-sized starship with its crew of sentient dinosaurs mystified humankind when it entered our solar system. Careers and even governments rose and fell in the fight to board it, explore it, and understand its origin and purpose.
Then, in the blink of an eye, it was gone. Only this time there were humans aboard—men and women lost in hyperspace, allying with the dinosaurs in their mutual fight for survival, trapped between the savage jungle within the ship ... and the unknown horror without.
When the ship dropped into “real” space, they were far beyond the edge of the Universe, orbiting a planet that was old when Earth was young, in the eerie light of a star that was due to go nova at any moment.
And someone—something—waited outside the ship, wanting to get in!
Don’t miss the first and second books in this series: Day of the Dragonstar and Night of the Dragonstar!
BIRTH ... AND DEATH!
Balanced expertly on their back legs, the hatchlings eyed their audience eagerly.
Their heads were almost half their body mass, and their jaws were already filled with rows of sharp teeth. With round, flat eyes glaring, they stood in the leathery wreckage of their eggs, they were already as tall as five-year-old humans.
Born in Washington D.C. and now living in Eugene, Oregon, David Bischoff writes science fiction books, short stories, and scripts for television. Though he has been writing since the early 1970s, and has had over 80 books published, David is best known for novelizations of popular movies and TV series including the Aliens, Gremlins, Star Trek: The Next Generation, and WarGames.
Thomas F. Monteleone is the author of the Bram Stoker Award winning novel, The Blood of the Lamb, which was named a New York Times Notable Book of the Year. His other novels include Night of Broken Souls and Eyes of the Virgin. Monteleone's column from Cemetery Dance magazine has been collected in The Mother and Fathers Italian Association. Several of Monteleone's stories have been adapted for television. Monteleone and his wife, Elizabeth, have edited the acclaimed Borderlands series of anthologies and run Borderlands Press, a high-quality small press. Thomas F. Monteleone and his family live in New Hampshire.