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Beyond Dinocalypse (Spirit of the Century™ Presents)

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Book Two of the Dinocalypse Trilogy, continuing the thrilling tale begun in Dinocalypse Now... ON THE RUN IN A TERRIFYING FUTURE! Thrown through time and space, Jet Black and his friends find themselves in a future that has changed everything they've ever known. Hunted, exhausted, and desperate to return home, they must stay one step ahead of the conquering psychosaurs who ...more
Paperback, 237 pages
Published July 16th 2013 by Evil Hat Productions, LLC (first published January 1st 2013)
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Dan Schwent
Sep 13, 2013 Dan Schwent rated it really liked it
Shelves: pulp, 2013, wendig
After the events of Dinocalypse Now, Jet Black, Professor Khan, Amelia Stone, Atok, and Benjamin Hu find themselves flung decades into the future, the far away year 2000 where the psychosaurs have taken over the world. What has the passage of time done to their allies in the Century Club? And can they find their way back to the past to fix the future?

Chuck Wendig continues his rampage of pulp awesomeness with Beyond Dinocalypse, the second and superior volume in the Dinocalypse Trilogy. If dino
Jun 16, 2013 Louis rated it really liked it
Beyond Dinocalypse is a surprisingly engrossing tale. Surprising because for a pulp book, it spends so much time with its main characters in despair. For readers of the first book, the beginning is surprisingly dark. And it makes the characters grow over the course of the book leading me to be genuinely cheering for them at the end.

The key of pulp is hope and confidence. The heroes of pulp are expected to be competent characters, able to apply their will and abilities to whatever the world throw
The action is still here, but the tone is a bit different. It's not that the tone is out of place. I would imagine it's difficult to be an optimistic hero fighting the good fight when you're quite literally the last pocket of resistance in a world that you failed to save decades ago. And there were a few times where characters were openly mocked for being "a golly gee hopeful type". It takes a little bit of the fun out of it. And unlike the first book in the series, this time I felt like there ...more
David Brzezinski
Sep 29, 2013 David Brzezinski rated it really liked it
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BJ Haun
The second book of the Dinocalypse series, which I supported on Kickstarter about 18 months ago. I had been some time since I had read the first book (Dinocalypse Now), which might have hurt my enjoyment of this book since a lot of it is focused on the characters. Even with that, it was an entertaining read. If you like old-fashioned pulp-style heroics, this series might be worth your time.
C. Neagle
Feb 21, 2014 C. Neagle rated it liked it
More psychic dinosaurs and two-fisted (plus machine gun) action with the Century Club. But now that things look grim for the heroes, are there still heroes to be found...and adventures to be had? Well, of course there are.
Mar 14, 2016 Kerry rated it liked it
The second part of Chuck Wendig's Dino series. Very much an entertaining continuation of the first with his quick pacing and enthusiasm for pulp fiction evident. Don't expect Shakespeare or Tolstoy here - just a frantic run through the jungle in New York.
Morgan McGuire
Dec 01, 2015 Morgan McGuire rated it it was ok
Fun story living up to the classic adventure cover art, but I couldn't take the endless parade of uniform declarative sentences. It would have been a great Saturday morning cartoon.
Mar 19, 2014 John rated it really liked it
Solid Pulp. It delivers exactly the sort of thing it promises. I won't call it deep--but then you probably don't expect deep just from what the title suggests! :)

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Chuck Wendig is a novelist, a screenwriter, and a freelance penmonkey.
He has contributed over two million words to the roleplaying game industry, and was the developer of the popular Hunter: The Vigil game line (White Wolf Game Studios / CCP).

He, along with writing partner Lance Weiler, is a fellow of the Sundance Film Festival Screenwriter's Lab (2010). Their short film, Pandemic, will show at th
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Spirit of the Century™ Presents (8 books)
  • Dinocalypse Now (Dinocalypse Trilogy, #1)
  • Khan of Mars
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  • Stone's Throe
  • Dinocalypse Forever: Spirit of the Century Presents (Dinocalypse Trilogy Book 3)
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