[PDF / Epub] ✑ Carnosaur ☄ Harry Adam Knight – Writerscompany.co.uk
Funny Only a read once book. The World S Most Vicious Predator Is Back And He S Got Company Tyrannosaurus Rex, Deinonychus, Brachiosaurus, All Have Been Loosed Into The Modern World By Jane Penward, The Vengeance Hungry Nymphomaniac Wife Of The Man Who Cloned Them David Pascal Is A Small Time Journalist Who Gets His Chance To Make It Big By Cracking The Dino Story But The Key To The Truth Carries A High Price It S Held By Jane Before She S Through With David, The Carnage Created By The Dinosaurs Will Spread For Miles And Climax In An Apocalyptic Battle Between The Primal Monsters And All The Technological Forces That Modern Man Can Muster.But Can Anything Stand Against The Voracious Prehistoric Hunger Of Carnosaur. Five stars may seem like quite a high rating for this book But allow me to explain It gets three stars just for fulfilling a very specific craving of mine modern day dinosaur horror, a frightfully underdeveloped genre.In that regard I expected this book to be comparable to trashy fast food, bad but satisfying a specific desire Yet, to my surprise, it was much better than that I have not read any other books by the author, but isbn,original Rather fun little sci fi tale, sort of a sexed up Jon Pertwee era Doctor Who ish storyline with some gore and suspense. There s only one way I can describe Carnosaur, and it goes like this this book is far better than it has any right to be I went into it expecting a cheap rip off of Jurassic Park in spite of Carnosaur being written and published well before Crichton s novel , but the simple fact is that I was blown away by how much I enjoyed it But then, I am obsessed with dinosaurs Now fair enough, Jurassic Park is thefamous of the two and with good reason it s the better of the two because, come There s only one way I can desc This book is an unsung classic of the dinosaur horror genre, and I find it tragic thatpeople don t know who Harry Knight is Especially considering the plagiarism case against Michael Crichton for the similarities to Jurassic Park And no, the book has nothing to do with the movie.