Book Hunters in Brief #81: Jurassic Reads!

Humans weren't around during the heyday of the dinosaurs, and it's a good thing, too--for a number of reasons. Not the least of which is the fact that our  fast tracked evolutionary progress would have, in all likelihood, come to the proverbial screeching halt had our species represented the equivalent of the giant economy-size bag of potato chips for the various giant economy-size carnivores roaming about.

As it is, they are just objects of endless fascination for us--monstrous figments of our imaginations with a truth-is-stranger-than-fiction twist.

This week, the Book Hunters say indulge that giddy, creepy fascination with these Jurassic reads!

Relic by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child

Fragment by Warren Fahy

The Lost World by Arthur Conan Doyle

The Great Zoo of China by Matthew Reilly

How to Build a Dinosaur by John R. Horner

What Bugged the Dinosaurs? By George & Roberta Poinar

You say you prefer monsters warm-blooded? More of-the-moment? Less fossilized? Book Hunters can help! Visit our webpage, answer a few easy questions and we'll make you a custom reading list. It's free!

What are you waiting for? We don't bite.