Love in the Time of Good Reviews!

The world-renowned blog ‘Living with a Nerd’ just put up a glowing review of Love in the Time of Dinosaurs in which they say many things including: “…there’s more that happens in one paragraph of Love in the Time of Dinosaurs than what happens in entire chapters with other books.” And they say this: “…a world filled with complex politics, spirituality, history, and a sense of actual existence in some parallel dimension.”

Thanks, Living with a Nerd, you are awesome

And here are some other nice things that people have recently said about Love in the Time of Dinosaurs:

Eric Robinson says: “There is such a strong surge of imagination and passion flowing through this book its hard to put down, even when its over…”

Sam Reeve, reader and dinosaur-savant, says this: “I would recommend this book to EVERYONE.”

Kevin Shamel, author of Rotten Little Animals, says this: “…something completely fresh, weird, exciting, and also comforting and familiar. This is a love story. It’s an adventure. It’s metaphysical, super cool, and fast-paced while remaining lyrical.”

Author and reader, Jason Armstrong, says: “Imagine if Hemingway wrote Jurassic Park.”

These people have really great taste.

Now here are some pictures of indie-dinosaurs colored by Molly Lewis:

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About pterodactylsamurai

Author of Love in the Time of Dinosaurs (2010), Chiaroscuro (2009) and editor of Unicorn Knife Fight Webzine
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One Response to Love in the Time of Good Reviews!

  1. SamReeve says:

    haha I really like the hipster dinos. Made my day!

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