Mountain Climbing with Dinosaurs by Doug Goodman

I was given a chance to read this in exchange for my honest review. As soon as I saw the word dinosaur in the title I was hooked. I read Jurassic Park several years ago and really like it. I wanted to give another dinosaur book a try. Don’t compare this to Jurassic Park. The only similarity is the dinosaurs. I actually liked this better than Jurassic Park.

Twin brothers, Brady and Travis, are known world wide for their mountain climbing skills. Their world is shattered when they survive a mass shoot that took the lives of thirteen of their classmates. After that day, they set a goal to climb thirteen mountains to honor their friends. New Profanity Peak is next. It is their most dangerous climb. Not only is it a restricted area, it is a dinosaur preserve. This climb will change their lives forever.

I loved the motivation behind climbing the mountains. Adding the mass shooting in was an interesting twist to the story. To see the impact of that through the view of a teenager is horrifying. I knew going into this that it is a horror story, but I still got attached to the characters, against my better judgement.

This is a fast moving story that flashes from past to present. It fully develops the story within a short space of time. It helps to understand the characters motivations and mindsets during the climb. The dinosaurs are always in the background of the climb, but then they come in and attack full force. I think I would have liked to seen them included just a bit more.

My Review: 4/5

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