With the Century Club scattered across time, can they stop Gorilla Khan and his cohorts from invading the present with an army of psychic dinosaurs from the past?
Okay, I need to set the record straight right off the bat. This book had a hard row to hoe to begin with. It's been a couple years since I read the first two books in the trilogy. Secondly, while Chuck Wendig wrote the first two books in the series, he did not write this one. Thirdly, I find myself drifting in and out of a reading funk so it's taking more and more to engage me. That being said, this book was probably a victim of circumstance.
Anyway, it wasn't all doom and gloom. Even the most Scrooge-like of curmudgeons can't help but have a little fun reading a story involving psychic dinosaurs, talking apes, and pulp super-heroics. Despite not being written by Chuck Wendig, Professor Khan, Jet Black, and the rest rang true.
There's not a lot about the plot I can say without giving away the previous two books. If you've read the other two Dinocalypse books, you'll want to read this one for closure. 2 out of 5 stars.