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Kathryn Meyer Griffith is a prolific writer, but I must say that her Dinosaur Lake series is my favorite.
If you are a creature feature fan, these will be a MUST READ on your shelf.
Check out this wild cover by Dawne Dominique, and tell me you can resist.
Dinosaur Lake IV by Kathryn Meyer Griffith is the finale for this awesome horror series and I was soooo curious to see how she would wrap it up. Needless to say, Dino IV is every bit as good as the first book and if you are a creature feature fan, like I am, this is a must have for your reading shelf.
Life had changed since the dinosaurs came…and never left. How can humans coexist with such dangerous creatures?
Seven years…and we are at ground zero.
I was only 5% in and felt like we had lost already, but…
It’s winter and the dinosaurs are at bay. I know they won’t stay that way.
Imagine, a world devoid of life, no birds chirping, no wolves howling, no deer snorting in the wilderness park…just silence.
We are back with some familiar characters, and seeing Kathryn is not afraid to kill them off, I wonder who will be left standing at the end.
Defense, everything is about defense. Living on the front lines, driving around in tanks, always armed, the threat of attack always there. It is war.
Man, oh man. Kathryn Meyer Griffith sure can write. I already knew it, but her writing is filled with so much action and suspense, danger and death, that it invokes feelings of sorrow, I have tears in my eyes, yet I am filled with rage. I am amazed, over and over again, at her ability to spin a tale that leaves me breathless. Her stories are filled with so much creativity and originality, I hate to reach the end.
The suspense and tension filled pages made me read until the wee hours of the morning, unable to stop until the last page was read.
I was super curious how Kathryn would wrap up the series and I think she did a fabulous job! I wonder, though…