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In Stormchaser and Lincoln's ruined world, the only way to survive is to risk everything. To face a contest more dangerous than anyone can imagine. And they will do ANYTHING to... Read more
In Stormchaser and Lincoln's ruined world, the only way to survive is to risk everything. To face a contest more dangerous than anyone can imagine. And they will do ANYTHING to win. But in a land full of monsters - both human and reptilian - they can't afford to trust anyone. Perhaps not even each other...
The Extinction Trials Paperback edition by S.M. Wilson
A world where humans and dinosaurs exist in the same time. What could go wrong?
"The Extinction Trials" is literally a Jurassic Park meets Hunger Games story: we live in a world where the dinosaurs exist during the human-era. We live in a world where births are control by the government because the food is limited. There are no schools because this world needs all the working-hands that it can get. The entire world is grey except for the continent of PILORIA where grows trees and all kind of vegetations but it is also inhabited by the most dangerous dino-species: T-REX and raptors. But the govern wants PILORIA. It wants to transfer all the population on the green continent but in order to pursuing this goal it needs to wipe out all the dangerous dinosaurs species: the eating-human ones. How? Rectruiting kids in a suicide mission: stealing eggs from Trex, raptors and pterosaurs.
The story has been told with two different POWs: Lincoln and Stormchaser. Two different characters who arrives from a different background. Lincoln will do anything and risk is own life to protect his family, instead Storm has no family and she is developing relationship with dinosaurs. Will this stop her in completing the mission? -- Also, can we just hold on a bit and admire the choice of the name Stormchaser? She becomes one of the best name-character EVER! Also I quite relate with her on her love for dinosaurs.
S.M. Wilson lives on the west coast of Scotland with her fiance and two sons. Her day job is as a nurse in public health - and her dream job is writing fiction. Her love of YA fiction started as a teenager and has never stopped. She wrote The Extinction Trials to try and infect her sons with the same love of reading that she has - watch out, she's hoping it's contagious!
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