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Dinosauria: Part I: A Memory of Time
     

Dinosauria: Part I: A Memory of Time

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by J. Rock
 

Dinosaurs were wiped out 65 million years ago. But what if they weren't? What if we traveled back in time and changed history, allowing them to survive and evolve alongside humans? What then? What would they grow up to become? What follows is Part I of Dinosauria.

Overview

Dinosaurs were wiped out 65 million years ago. But what if they weren't? What if we traveled back in time and changed history, allowing them to survive and evolve alongside humans? What then? What would they grow up to become? What follows is Part I of Dinosauria.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940011200328
Publisher:
J. Rock
Publication date:
01/09/2011
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
533 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

Meet the Author

A NOTE FROM J. ROCK, Dec. 2012:Dear Readers, I have heeded your words, and so I am making some minor changes to Dinosauria, Volume I (Parts I-IV). I get quite a bit of mail from readers who have enjoyed the series thus far, but they all seem to have one common complaint: the beginning. A lot of readers have told me how they almost gave up on the story because the beginning is intentionally confusing, with little to no resolution until much later in the plot. Recently, I had a fan send me a home edit they did on the story, whereby they put Part III of the story in place of Part I, and shuffled everything else. The result, in my opinion, is a superior product, more accessible to new readers. I will be publishing this new product this month. If you are already a reader of Dinosauria, you needn't worry: the story is EXACTLY the same, just presented in a different order; you miss out on nothing. However, if you feel at all sleighted by these new changes, please, let me know: dinosauria@hotmail.ca. I will rectify the situation to your satisfaction. Thanks for reading, and may Atreus be with you!J. Rock is the author of the Dinosauria series of novels. He lives in Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada, and works in the Parks & Recreation department. Other than writing and reading, J. enjoys camping, fishing, mountain biking, and plays bass guitar in a local alternative band. He is currently at work on the last Volume in Dinosauria.Contact J. Rock: dinosauria@hotmail.caDinosauria on the web: dinosaurianovels.webs.com/Books by J. Rock, available on Amazon Kindle:Dinosauria Volume I (Available Now)Part I: GardenPart II: Twin City CrossroadsPart III: A Memory of TimePart IV: NuevogatoDinosauria Volume II (Spring 2012)Part V: This Is WarPart VI: PurplePart VII: Supermassive Black HolePart VIII: The HarrowingDinosauria Volume III (2013)The Death Clock - a short storyEx Machina - a short story (Amazon exclusive)Dinosauria The Complete Volume 1 (Paperback)

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Dinosauria: Part I: A Memory of Time 3.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 37 reviews.
chrst33 More than 1 year ago
a little cofusing to start but picks right up and leaves you hanging on for more.
duece-one More than 1 year ago
this book is 365 pages for free! it's very good but there is alot of cursing.
Dazl More than 1 year ago
I thought this ADULT book was very good. I enjoyed the contemporary story line that is fantasy mixed in with time travel. The characters are well developed, likeable and "human" with their good and bad choices.
Blue-Dragon More than 1 year ago
This story is interesting in a weird way. Kind of like Jurassic Park meets Timeline.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Dinosauria is a contemporary time travel adventure that asks the question, what if Dinosaurs never went extinct? Make no mistake, this is an ADULT novel, with plenty of action and language to suit the situation. Other reviewers complained about the language, but I thought it was perfect. The author has captured how people talk, he doesn't cut any corners. It makes the situation seem more real. Everyone I know swears their faces off, especially young people, and the dialogue reflects that. There is definitely an influence from Lost and Y: The Last Man, and Stephen King for sure. The characters are incredibly well developed and relatable. Highly, highly recommended.
Jake Butterfield More than 1 year ago
The story is grest and intresting but there is so much swearing it brings the story down and makes the characters look unintelligent.
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Okay
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Jon Cartel More than 1 year ago
Complicated, hard scifi...
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Awesome!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book did not flow st all. The storyline was verty disjointed.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Bad language not for childs. L8r,g8r
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
WOW have to read this WOW !
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