Raptor Threat

Raptor Threat WARNING This book contains action Lots of action Dinosaur fighting action Jurassic Park meets Transformers Raptors wage war with their dinosaur foes across the galaxy and they ve set their sights on

  • Title: Raptor Threat
  • Author: TomWright
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 498
  • Format: ebook
  • WARNING This book contains action Lots of action Dinosaur fighting action Jurassic Park meets Transformers.Raptors wage war with their dinosaur foes across the galaxy, and they ve set their sights on Earth If they can t take the planet for themselves, they plan on destroying it like they did 65 million years ago.Human friendly dinosaurs team up with the United StatesWARNING This book contains action Lots of action Dinosaur fighting action Jurassic Park meets Transformers.Raptors wage war with their dinosaur foes across the galaxy, and they ve set their sights on Earth If they can t take the planet for themselves, they plan on destroying it like they did 65 million years ago.Human friendly dinosaurs team up with the United States military, forming the Dino Squad Their goal Repel the raptors, save the planet.Or die trying

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    1. I absolutely love novellas, I love how they can get right into it, and Tom Wright does that. The first chapter opens up with action as the fight between White Eye, and his raptors against Rexie, Spike, Trike and Tara as they battle through city streets. The second chapter explains how these dinosaurs came from space and have technology. That is why they can talk with the humans.I liked how when the humans thought it was a comet, and suicide rates went up as did marriages, but when it didn't hit [...]

    2. Note that I got an advanced reader copy of this.True to form, Tom Wright delivers a ton of action into the first installment of his series Dino Squad. I love books with lots of action, so this was right up my alley. The fact that it was about dinosaur aliens fighting each other with advanced technology was icing on the cake.

    3. Note that I got an advanced reader copy of this.I love the premise of dinosaurs as aliens and then just all the dino fighting is great. I hated the cliffhanger at the end but can't wait to read the next installment.

    4. This was a cool read,(Hey maybe someone should start up a site and call it cool reads). I have always liked T-Rexes and Raptor so making them battle, and more than just fighting for food is awesome. Bringing it to modern day earth is even better. Thanks to my friend Clair for the recommendation, if you like dinosaurs and kick ass battles, then I recommend this to you.

    5. Alien Dinosaurs wearing futuristic armor & warring to save earth from evil Raptors?0_0 ok It's free, I'll give it a try. & you know what? I kinda liked it. This was actually pretty cute."Raptor threat" is a fun, action packed little novel. It's got a definite "book candy" sort of feel to it. It's not all that great, but it certainly is fun. It's short and easy to read, doesn't require a lot of thought, and is ridiculously cheesy. The writing isn't so great, but it is serviceable. and the [...]

    6. I downloaded the ebook for free either shortly before or after watching Jurassic World in theaters, so it appealed to me at the time.While not my typical read, this novella doesn't pretend to be anything it isn't. You're getting a straightforward, action-packed, explosion-intensive military science fiction story about highly intelligent dinosaurs from space. If that sounds up your alley, dig in.

    7. Action, communicating with alien dinosaurs with alien technology, raptors as bad guys and even more action. Thank you Tom Wright, I needed that.

    8. It’s fantastic that folks are realizing that the existence of electronic publishing–not necessarily in conjunction with a big publisher–allows writers to strike out in new directions. Each weird thing they come up with has a chance of hitting a previously-unrecognized niche. My hat’s off to people like Tom Wright, who are diving in to take advantage of this opportunity. This short piece of fiction consists mainly of the dinos and their allies going toe-to-toe with the raptors and their p [...]

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