Dinosaur Lake II

Dinosaurs Arising

Fiction - Supernatural
366 Pages
Reviewed on 09/24/2017
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Novels and short stories from Kathryn Meyer Griffith:
Evil Stalks the Night, The Heart of the Rose, Blood Forged, Vampire Blood, The Last Vampire (2012 EPIC EBOOK AWARDS*Finalist* in their Horror category), Witches, Witches II: Apocalypse, Witches plus bonus Witches II: Apocalypse, The Nameless One erotic horror short story, The Calling, Scraps of Paper (The First Spookie Town Murder Mystery), All Things Slip Away (The Second Spookie Town Murder Mystery), Ghosts Beneath Us (The Third Spookie Town Murder Mystery), Witches Among Us (The Fourth Spookie Town Murder Mystery) and soon the 5th What Lies Beneath the Graves, Egyptian Heart, Winter’s Journey, The Ice Bridge, Don’t Look Back, Agnes, A Time of Demons and Angels, The Woman in Crimson, Human No Longer, Four Spooky Short Stories Collection, Forever and Always Romantic Novella, Night Carnival Short Story, Dinosaur Lake (2014 EPIC EBOOK AWARDS*Finalist* in their Thriller/Adventure category), Dinosaur Lake II: Dinosaurs Arising and Dinosaur Lake III: Infestation, Dinosaur Lake IV: Dinosaur Wars, Memories of My Childhood (short story collection) and Christmas Magic 1959 short story.

    Book Review

Reviewed by Anne-Marie Reynolds for Readers' Favorite

Dinosaur Lake II: Dinosaurs Arising by Kathryn Meyer Griffith is the second book in the Dinosaur Lake series. It’s been 5 years since Henry Shore, chief park ranger for Crater Lake National Park, fought a prehistoric dinosaur in his park and he thought it was just a one-off. Until now. Until one of his rangers faces down another in in the woods in a bid to save the life of a visitor. This is a new breed; more dangerous than the last and it’s only a baby. Soon more of the dinosaurs begin to show up and these ones can fly. When a trolley car full of visitors is knocked off the rim into Crater Lake, it’s time to close the park once again and for the rangers to do battle. Justin, Henry’s son-in-law, and a paleontologist join forces with Henry, the rangers, and the army to protect the park and the outlying towns, to destroy the dinosaurs before they can wreak any more havoc.

Dinosaur Lake II: Dinosaurs Arising by Katherine Meyer Griffith is every bit as good as book 1 in the series. The story picks up 5 years after the last book and, rather than being a repeat of the story, the action is ramped up as the dinosaurs become more dangerous. This is a tense story that keeps you on the edge of your seat as you hold your breath, waiting to see what happens. The book starts on a high note, it grabbed my attention from the very first page and that was it – I didn’t put the book down until I got to the end. The character development continues strongly from the first book and the story is as exciting as the first. I wouldn’t recommend reading this until you have read book 1 – although there is great detail in this one, it does refer to events and people from the first book and is best read in sequence. Highly recommended for anyone who wants to read something a little different and very exciting.