Atomic Rex: Wrath of the Polar Yeti

Atomic Rex: Wrath of the Polar Yeti

by Matthew Dennion


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Atomic Rex: Wrath of the Polar Yeti by Matthew Dennion

It has been fifteen years since Captain Chris Myers used his giant mech to draw the kaiju of North America into each other's territory to have them destroy each other. Once all of the kaiju had battled to the death only Atomic Rex was left standing.

In Antarctica, the kaiju known as Armorsaur has entered the frozen valley of the yetis and attacked them. Devouring all but one alpha male yeti who was exposed to the kaiju's blood and left dying in the snow. The yeti awoke to find himself transformed into a kaiju with an obsession to destroy Armorsaur.

Chris and Kate are forced to protect the people of their settlement by drawing Atomic Rex into South America where he will battle the kaiju there to usurp their territory and claim their hunting grounds as his own. As Atomic Rex enters South America from the north the enraged Polar Yeti enters the continent from the south. The two most powerful kaiju in the world will battle their way through a multitude of giant monsters as they are set on a collision course with each other!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781925493849
Publisher: Severed Press
Publication date: 10/11/2016
Pages: 190
Sales rank: 510,060
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.44(d)

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Atomic Rex: Wrath of the Polar Yeti 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
FiveOh More than 1 year ago
While the story for this novel was even better than the first, the spelling and grammar errors, and the terrible dialogue have gotten even worse. Every time a character talks it sounds like they are C-list actors reading off a script from the 50s for the first time. I really enjoyed reading this book, but the dialogue is just so bad that it distracts you from the book. The publisher really needs to do a better job proofreading their products because there are dozens of errors in this book. Formerly and formally are apparently the same word according to the author and publisher. To and too are mixed up several times as well. Simple mistakes that could be fixed if anybody knew how to use spellcheck.