Dinosaur Lake V…what can I say? Kathryn Meyer Griffith had told me the series was over, but the characters wouldn’t quit talking to her. I LOVE THAT! And she blew me away with the fifth book in the series. How she keeps her stories fresh and original is amazing and that is why she is one of my go to authors.
I LOVE that fabulous cover. Doesn’t it draw you in, making you want to know more? Dawne Dominique does her covers and I would love to tell her she does an A+ job.
Woo Hoo! It has been five years since the Dino Wars and I have spent any time with Henry and Ann. I am so glad to visit and catch up on what’s been happening…and will happen.
The dinosaurs, at least most of them, are gone. BUT, knowing Kathryn Meyer Griffith, the horror is yet to come. They had lived through some interesting times. They were prepared, if the dinosaurs returned. My question is…many of the characters I got involved with in the early books are gone, so who is left to kill off, Kathryn?
I love that Anne has a money making blog. Seems a natural progression from the newspaper she had worked for, owned, then sold. It seemed Kathryn didn’t think dinosaurs were bad enough, she had to give her cancer too. But she was in remission and they spent a lot of their time enjoying their golden years from the front porch of their cabin and traveling. She even got Henry to let her use some of his photographs from their adventures.
Their home is not their beloved cabin at Crater Lake, but they worked hard to make it into one they love.
Henry had retired, but he was still ‘the man’ as far as the Rangers were concerned. He knew everything there was to know about Crater Lake, so when Oscar came knocking on the window, he was notified…ASAP.
How smart are the dinosaurs? Can they think complex thoughts? Do they hold grudges? Do they want revenge?
Henry had a small edge over other humans. His visitor, Oscar. He likes and respects Henry. He also needs ‘the sticks’ to help him. There are no such things as unicorns, demons, or evil dinosaurs. But, in my world, there is.
Oscar stole the show! You can’t kill him off Kathryn. He’s a hero, risking it all for his special friend, Henry, and his progeny.
Excellent tension and pacing. The feeling of impending doom oozes from every page. I wait. I fear.
WOW, I didn’t see that coming and I love it. Book surprises are the best.
My biggest question, Kathryn…will there be more? I love that some of the characters refuse to die, refuse to go away, haunting your dreams, demanding more. Is there more of the story to be told?
I voluntarily reviewed a free copy of Dinosaur Lake V by Kathryn Meyer Griffith.
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