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If teacher Melissa Lewis and her three students had only known they were trespassing in a restricted military zone, they'd have left before they ever stumbled across the fossilized bones of a tyrannosaurus rex--and those of a human. Now, Melissa's interest in the creation-versus-evolution debate has taken a deadly twist--spiced with growing romantic interest. But can love ...more
Published by Zondervan
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Yeah, maybe there are some problems with this book, but I found it entertaining. A teacher along with her students go on an archaeological dig and find a bone. Shortly after-wards, she has hired killers and military guys pursuing her, wanting to retrieve what she dug up. A lot of good cat and mouse scenarios. I read this a long time ago, but remember wondering what all the fuss was about that bone! I wasn't too disappointed overall.
I finished this book because it was the only reading material I had on a 6 hour flight. Thinly veiled book promoting creationism and Christianity. I find it disturbing that the author assumes a paleontologist can not tell the difference between a fossil and a bone buried during the last century, which the main characters can not. (What happened to the clothes the people who were buried in?) Then it gets worse, do not waste your time reading this book, go watch TV it is time better spent.
Christopher A. Lane is the author of Eden’s Gate and the best-selling Appearance of Evil, as well as several children’s books, one of which was awarded a Gold Medallion. He and his wife own Alpha-Omega Productions, which provides media reviews to subscribers. They live in Colorado Springs with their childrenMore about Christopher A. Lane...