Carnosaur [IMPORT] Horror Book Review
Featured Book Review: Darkbound
Darkbound is an amazing book. Michaelbrent Collings outdid himself with this book. It is not at all what I thought it would be. I took three nights to finish this book because I stayed up way past my bedtime. Darkbound was so suspenseful that I just kept on reading to…
Horror books Review
Harry Adam Knight’s Carnosaur proves to me just how good an author he is. I just finished his novel Slimer (A Star Book), which is magnificant, and now he comes up with another great novel that includes one of my favorite (extinct) species of the world: Dinosaurs. Warning though: if you don’t like violence, this book is not for you. Moving on though…the book starts off immedietly with gore, with a Deinonyichus(raptor) attacking a farmer. His wife sees him being mauled by the dinosaur, and has a heart attack. Cut to the forest, with two teens in a car. They are terrified to discover that they are in the woods, and the same raptor now kills one of the teens. The other one panicks, starts the car, and accidently drives into a tree, killing her instantly. Soon the escaped raptor carries on to other victems… But then it is caught, and brought back to it’s home, in the infamous Penward Zoo. But thats not what the reporters hear,(who really in their right mind would say “i’m illegally cloning dinosaurs from chicken eggs and one just happened to become loose and kill some people!”) Because that’s what Sir Penward is doing, and he’s doing his best to cover his, and the dinosaur’s tracks…until one snoopy reporter comes along. Him and his friend are determined to uncover the truth… But Sir Penward’s wife has let all of his dinosaurs loose on the unsuspecting town, which wakes up to an unpleasent sight of carnage, chaos, and dinosaurs. The book is pretty fast paced, and YES Micheal Chrichton DID copy this book for Jurassic Park. And to think I read and enjoyed JP first. Also, the movie Carnosaur is based on this book, although the movie is surprisingly different.(The book and movie only share a few kill scenes.) Either way, this book is highly recommended, or a grade: A. Oh, and one last note, if you enjoyed this book, than I recommend Leigh Clark’s Carnivore.