• Edge of Extinction

  • Edge of Extinction, Book 1
  • By: Laura Martin
  • Narrated by: Penelope Rawlins
  • Length: 8 hrs and 4 mins
  • 5.0 out of 5 stars (3 ratings)

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By: Laura Martin
Narrated by: Penelope Rawlins
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The beasts are back....

Dinosaurs have reclaimed the Earth, driving humans underground, and only a band of teens can save the world.

Jurassic Park meets 'Indiana Jones' in this thrilling new action-adventure series.

Two hundred years ago, the first dinosaur was successfully cloned. Soon after, the human race realized they'd made a colossal mistake.... The dregs of humanity have been driven into hiding, living in underground Compounds.

Thirteen-year-old Sky Mundy's father was part of the inner circle of Compound leaders until five years ago, when he mysteriously disappeared. Now the time has come for Sky to try to track him down. Along with her best friend, Shawn, she steps out into the world above, a world of rampaging dinosaurs but also full of surprises, where Sky is about to learn that just about everything she's been taught has been a lie, and the dinosaurs might not be the most dangerous predators out there.

Now Sky not only has to solve the mystery of her father's disappearance - she also has to save the world.

©2016 Laura Martin (P)2016 HarperCollins Publishers Limited

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  • 03-15-21

should include both books for a single credit.

book itself is very much written for children (that's on me didn't realize laura was a children's author) plot was clever at times but generally basic, most of the first book feels like a "the 100" with dinosaurs written for children, but I love me some dinosaurs so I still enjoyed it book is very short the ending left me sour at the author though or at least her marketing agent it doesn't have an ending is just stops and basically thanks you in advance for buying the second book. the narrator had this forced chidlike voice at times that really ruined some parts of the book but overall she did well with the different characters.
in summary if they put both books for a single credit I'd recommend but it's really not worth spending two credits for this story, and honestly not sure if I'm interested enough to find out the big cliffhanger which I won't spoil but is kinda obvious. this novel which is really only the first half of the first book is a perfect example of for monitory gain writing but again if dinosaurs are your thing it's a good way to waste 8 hours