A Tale of Tyrannosauruses

...and sixty five million years later

Children - Adventure
114 Pages
Reviewed on 04/03/2024
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Author Biography

Carl Cupper began his literary career in 2000. An avid reader of all subjects, he has become self-taught in studying Philosophy, Religion, History, Arts, Psychology, Sociology, Medicine, and Natural Sciences.

His favorite books include, among others: "Paradise Lost" by John Milton, "The Complete Works of Edgar Allan Poe", "Aztec" by Gary Jennings, and "Penguin Island" by Anatole France. He is also a fan of John Katzenbach, Carl Sagan and Jalil Gibran.

Carl Cupper does not have a single line of writing but addresses any topic of general interest. His novel "The Last Holocaust" reflects his deepest fears but, at the same time, sends a message of hope for all humanity.

He has also delved into criminal psychology. Proof of this is his novel "Living Dying, Dying Living" in which he immerses himself in the world of human organ trafficking. His novel "The Siege - a Bloody Reflection of Revenge" delves into politics and urban crime, as well as his most recent novel: "In Self-Defense."

Other topics that interest him are expressed in his novel “Paul and the Cactus – A Reunion in the Desert”, where he addresses spirituality and its conflicts, religion and the ties of man with God, family, work, friendship, and love.

Nor does it leave aside stories for children and young people. His novels "The Secret of the Dragon - The Revelation of the Sacred Papyruses", "A Tale of Tyrannosaurs... And Sixty-Five Million Years Later" as well as "Two Little Stars and the Black Hole" are examples of this.

    Book Review

Reviewed by Doreen Chombu for Readers' Favorite

A Tale Of Tyrannosauruses by Carl Cupper is a thrilling adventure that follows the story of a family of Tyrannosauruses seeking refuge from their drought-stricken land. The family is led by their humongous father, Titanus, and skilled hunter mother, Zentila. Unfortunately, the drought is the least of their problems as a group of vindictive Velociraptors is following them and hiding in the shadows, waiting for the right time to pounce on their little ones. Volcanoes, rivers, and mountains stand in their way, but they soldier on, making new friends and remaining hopeful for a better home. When they finally reach their destination, all seems perfect until the sky turns black, and the family finds themselves with nowhere to run. Join this family of dinosaurs as they encounter perilous obstacles on their journey, only to face an unexpected and devastating turn of events.

A Tale Of Tyrannosauruses is an exciting and action-packed story that captures the essence of survival and family dynamics in a prehistoric setting. The concept of these ancient creatures navigating challenges like drought adds depth to the narrative and promises an engaging read for those interested in paleontology and adventure. It is a tale of resilience and tragedy, serving as a gripping reminder of the unpredictability of nature and the fragility of dreams. Carl Cupper provides valuable insights into environmental issues and prehistoric topics, making the book a rich educational resource. By delving into the world of dinosaurs, readers can expand their knowledge of these ancient creatures, their distinct characteristics, and the geographical features of their habitats. This book not only entertains but also informs, making it a worthwhile read for anyone interested in the natural world. Pictures enhance the reader's understanding and enjoyment of the content, adding a visual element to the story. This is an enjoyable read suitable for both children and adults. Overall, this is great work!