This book lives up to its promise of "Star Wars meets Jurassic Park." It reads a lot like a blend of those two stories, but it is very original at the same time. The action is fast paced, and the dinosaurs and human heroes are intriguing. Action, adventure, and some light romance. A fun read for all ages.
Another wonderful adventure among dinosaurs. This is a great fast-paced science fiction story. The young heroes, Chase Armstrong and Kit Daniels are lost in a world gone mad with dinosaurs, while a human sized type of dinosaur tries to make humans the endangered species. Good reading for any age group.
What a delightful story. This is an imaginative look at a young woman studying wildlife in Yellowstone Park, and the wildlife is a dinosaur! Things go wrong when she tries to save it from having fallen in an icy river. A very fast paced, professionally written short story, suitable for all ages.
Having read the first two books of this series years ago, I was excited to see that the third book had finally been published. I wasn't disappointed. As before, Hopp has written a taut and fast moving story with plenty of action scenes involving dinosaurs and humans. He also has kept up with the romance between his hero, Chase, and his heroine, Kit (nothing unsuitable for kids). In some ways, this third book wraps up a lot of questions I had from the first two books. Will there be another? I hope so.
In light of recent ebola virus horror stories out of Africa, this book really stands out. It describes what would happen if an ebola virus got loose in the United States--and makes it all too believable. Woven into this story is a wonderful look at native medicines, something we really should be studying before it is too late. All and all, an excellent read.
This book has an incredibly rich story and fabulous characters. It's billed as a medical thriller, but it is also a romance and a story of international intrigue as well. It is amazing all that is packed into one book. How one can pack a shoot-em-up and chase scenes into an already busy plot involving terrorists and a medical crisis, is hard to imagine, but that is exactly what this excellent author has done. More, please!