Lost World Of Patagonia: A Dinosaur Thriller

Lost World Of Patagonia A Dinosaur Thriller An earthquake opens a path to a land hidden for millions of years Under the guise of finding cryptid animals Ace Corporation sends Alex Klasse a Cryptozoologist and university professor his associa

  • Title: Lost World Of Patagonia: A Dinosaur Thriller
  • Author: Dane Hatchell
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 237
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • An earthquake opens a path to a land hidden for millions of years Under the guise of finding cryptid animals, Ace Corporation sends Alex Klasse, a Cryptozoologist and university professor, his associates, and a band of mercenaries to explore the Lost World of Patagonia The crew boards a nuclear powered All Terrain Tracked Carrier and takes a harrowing ride into the unknoAn earthquake opens a path to a land hidden for millions of years Under the guise of finding cryptid animals, Ace Corporation sends Alex Klasse, a Cryptozoologist and university professor, his associates, and a band of mercenaries to explore the Lost World of Patagonia The crew boards a nuclear powered All Terrain Tracked Carrier and takes a harrowing ride into the unknown.The expedition soon discovers prehistoric creatures still exist But the dangers won t prevent a sub team from leaving the group in search of rare jewels Tensions run high as personalities clash, and man proves to be just as deadly as the dinosaurs that roam the countryside.Lost World of Patagonia is a prehistoric thriller filled with murder, mayhem, and savage dinosaur action Updated and revised 11 24 2015

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    • Suzanne says:

      I'll say from the outset:  I didn't have high expectations of this novel, but it managed to surprise me with a high level of entertainment.  It's subtitled A Dinosaur Thriller, and the plot is simple.  Rare and valuable red diamonds are found in a remote region of Patagonia, only some from of prehistoric life manages to exist there as well.  In the opening scenes, a Pteranodon carries off one of the jewel hunters to feed to it's hatchlings.Author Dane Hatchell did a great job creating inter [...]

    • Brandon says:

      I can't say much without giving away the story, but this got way crazier than I was expecting. I wasn't quite sure at first how to feel about what happens at the end, but after reading some of the sequel I guess I'm used to it now. Still, aside from having some good dinosaur action, there's a few unexpected events that raise eyebrows. Not counting the even crazier thing at the end.

    • David Watson says:

      Many people believe that there are creatures out there that exist where science says it’s not possible. One of those people is Cryptozoologist and university professor, Alex Klasse. Alex has learned of a place where dinosaurs still exist and he has received a grant from the Ace corporation to lead an expedition to find them. Alex will be accompanied by students from his university and a band of mercenaries who are in search of rare jewels. The team is taking two nuclear powered all-terrain veh [...]

    • Craig says:

      Poor ending.

    • S. Nash says:

      There’s one thing that pings my nerdiness more than others, and that’s dinosaurs. I pored over dino books as a kid, watched The Land of the Lost every Saturday morning, and I guess I never got over it when I grew up. Lost World of Patagonia by Dane Hatchell is an action-packed dino-thriller that honors the the “lost world” trope in all its glory.If you like action, this book is for you. The story starts with two men desperately fleeing across jungle territory. Everything is trying to kil [...]

    • chucklesthescot says:

      Gerald and Will are part of a team digging for red diamonds in an isolated valley, for multi millionaire Henry Lear. Their progress comes to an abrupt end when the men are attacked by a pterodactyl. A team member gives the shocking footage to a magazine which raises interest in the area and a joint mission is organised between Lear's people and a cryptoid expedition. Some are searching for diamonds, others for dinosaurs but all are going to be on the menu.The dinosaurs have been trapped in their [...]

    • Valadia says:

      It was great eight up until the end.The book actually made sense, it was plausible, until the very end. SPOILER ALERT!!When everyone started dying, by their own 'friend's' hands It made no sense. And the end?!? You have got to be kidding me. It was like the author got stuck at the end, didn't know how to end it, so he killed everyone off in the most ill-conceived manner possible, and then they all met AGAIN in some pseudo-religious off the wall manner Made zero sense, and pretty much ruined it f [...]

    • Arun says:

      The book starts off with a lot of promise, delivers a great, action-packed middle portion and then talk about weird endings!! It looks like the author had a great idea but for some reason, gave up at the end. A couple of items didn't make sense - why would a corporation send a cryptozoologist with limited dino-knowledge into a region potentially infested with the reptiles? Also, the sat-phones carried by the team appears to be a glorified Pokedex, with it's ability to give information about unkn [...]

    • Andrew Rose says:

      I received this book in exchange for an honest review. This was a worthy tribute to the original Lost World that will have fans of the Jurassic movies asking for more. When a rare type of diamond is found in remote Patagonia seemingly guarded by dinosaurs, a team of cryptobiologists is sent with a group of mercenaries in as cover for the real mission. As hidden agendas rip the team apart from the inside the natural dangers of this newly found world begin to whittle down their numbers as well. Th [...]

    • Angela says:

      I love dinosaurs and have read lots of dino books. I must admit this one I was a little disappointed in. Good story line, but really, do the characters need to be killing each other off? I have never read a book with so many typos in it, it really needs to be gone over again, as there were so many they distracted me from the story. And I really did not like the ending. Other than that, it was pretty interesting.

    • Janice Hite says:

      OkThis is an ok book. Worth reading it has.Times when it is very tense but not a great story line you cannot get involved stead in the c characters. I would read a sequel just to see if it gets better.

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