Dinosaur Wars: Earthfall

Dinosaur Wars: Earthfall

By Thomas P Hopp

  • Release Date : 2010-10-22
  • Genre : Science Fiction
  • FIle Size : 0.40 MB
Score: 4.0
From 44 Ratings
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Dinosaur Wars: Earthfall Wildlife biologist Chase Armstrong and Montana rancher's daughter Kit Daniels find themselves in the center of a battle between US military forces and intelligent dinosaurs returning to earth after 65 million years in space. Fighting for their lives and the future of humanity, Kit and Chase may find romance--if they live long enough! Great adventure reading for all ages and both genders.


  • Great story telling!

    By Jamey47
    This novel surprised and delighted me to no end. I remember as a child thinking that we were, as humans, as humans so often are rather stupid to believe that Dino's never evolved intelligence and tech civilization. Mr. Hopp has done something that no one else has. Described a reasonable and exciting futurist view of what truly might have been. Reasonable, sensible descriptions of Dino's culture, society and civilization make this book and writer top notch. Highly recommended.
  • So terrible it's awesome.

    By 854678644689996556
    This book is like those films where the plot should be totally awful and as you read your thinking oh my god why am I watching this rubbish but by the end of it you're feeling like its the best thing ever made and yet after a few weeks you forget most of the book and start telling your friend about how awful it was but by the end of you telling them you're actually remembering how much you enjoyed it. If you're looking for an easy read that you'll look back and re-enjoy all over again than definitely give this a look.
  • Dinosaur wars earth fall

    By Hipatron
    Although completely implausible, a thoroughly enjoyable series So far. Well developed characters and relationships with a concept reminiscent of 1950s si fi films and comics, lighthearted and entertaining.
  • Suprising

    By A nickname why?
    Found myself strangely drawn into the story of such a far-fetched concept, a good read if you like the idea of a surreal subject....but certainly not plausible.