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Dinocalypse Now by Chuck Wendig

Spirit of the Century presents Dinocalypse Now! When the Century Club is called in to prevent the assassination of FDR, it's just another day on the job — but what they discover puts not just the President, but the entire world in jeopardy. With psychic dinosaurs taking over Manhattan and beyond, it's up to Sally Slick, Jet Black, Mack Silver, and the other Centurions to save humanity — from extinction!

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ISBN-13: 9781613170038
Publisher: Evil Hat Productions, LLC
Publication date: 04/23/2013
Pages: 200
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.70(d)

About the Author

Chuck Wendig is a novelist, screenwriter, and game designer. He’s the author of many novels, including Blackbirds, Atlanta Burns, Zer0es, and the YA Heartland series. He is co-writer of the short film Pandemic and the Emmy-nominated digital narrative Collapsus. He currently lives in the forests of Pennsyltucky with wife, son, and red dog.

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Dinocalypse Now: A Spirit of the Century Feature 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
manirul01 More than 1 year ago
I really enjoy it
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Jetpack wearing heroes, psychic lizard men, intelligent apes, cavemen, mystical portals, lost cities. After the last few books I've read, I needed something like this. It feels like the novelization of a summer action film. The main characters are likeable and heroic, its fast paced, and the adventure actually has some adventure to it. The story uses the same setting and a few characters from a pen and paper roleplaying game. In my opinion, not having experience with this game won't have a negative impact on following what's going on. The author does a good enough job establishing the world and its characters that I didn't feel like I was missing something because I was new to all of this. If I had one complaint, it's that I don't think all of the main characters are used well. Going into the final part of the the three part book, we have six main characters that have been established. But two of them have served their purpose by that point. They've helped to get the other four characters together, and have delivered important plot point information, and then they're pushed off to the side for most of the climax. All in all, I'm looking forward to the next book in the trilogy. And not just because it ends on a cliffhanger worthy of any saturday matinee serial.