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A moon rock missing for thirty years...Five buckets of blood-soaked sand found in a New Mexico canyon...A scientist with ambition enough to kill...A monk who will redeem the world...A dark agency with a deadly mission...The greatest scientific discovery of all time...What fire bolt from the galactic dark shattered the Earth eons ago, and now hides in that remote cleft in the southwest U.S. known as . . . Tyrannosaur Canyon? The stunning new masterwork from the acclaimed best-selling author, recently hailed by Publishers Weekly as "better than Crichton."
DOUGLAS PRESTON has worked for the American Museum of Natural History as well as With his frequent collaberator Lincoln Child, he has authored such bestselling thrillers as Brimstone, The Cabinet of Curiosities, and Relic. His latest solo novel is The Codex.
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â€œPreston's exhilarating and and absorbing science-based effort will thrill readers from the first page to the last. Michael Crichton wishes he could write half as well.â€â€”Library Journal on Tyrannosaur Canyon
â€œIf John Grisham had written Jurassic Park, he couldn't do better than Tyrannosaur Canyon.â€â€”Stephen Coonts
â€œGrandly entertaining . . . Intelligently told and never less than fun.â€â€”The Washington Post on Tyrannosaur Canyon
â€œCharacters as diverse as Dickens' . . . Opens doors of the intellect and imagination to some of the incredible realities, mysteries, and possibilities that surround us.â€â€”The Washington Times on Tyrannosaur Canyon
â€œBlown away? Yes. Socks knocked off? For sure. This is the kind of a book that takes you deep into the night and will not let you go. It begins on the moon with a very real conversation between astronaut Eugene Cernan and Apollo Ground Control in 1971, and goes from there to an eerie canyon in New Mexico. Then you think you're on a contemporary treasure hunt. But Douglas Preston has a surprise for you...and it is not a small one, no, not at all. I will not forget TyrannosaurCanyon. Nobody who reads it will, not for a long, long time.â€--Whitley Strieber, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Communion
â€œI would put Tyrannosaur Canyon up with the best of Michael Crichton's novels. This is the book Douglas Preston was born to write: a thriller that irresistibly combines cutting-edge science with high adventure. Whatever you do, don't miss it!â€â€”Lincoln Child, New York Times bestselling coauthor of Brimstone
â€œClever . . . [An] Interesting mix of speculative science and science fiction.â€â€”The Tampa Tribune on Tyrannosaur Canyon
â€œPreston has accomplished the impossible: He has combined the cutting-edge science of Michael Crichton and the thrills and chills of Stephen King to create some of the most electrifying novels of the 21st century. The Codex knocked our socks off. TyrannosaurCanyon really blew us away.â€â€”W. Michael and Kathleen O' Neal Gear, USA Today bestselling authors of People of the Raven
â€œA perfectly delicious scientific premise.â€--Booklist on Tyrannosaur Canyon
â€œTyrannosaurCanyon kept me up past dawn. Preston is a little like Grisham, a little like Crichton, a little like King, but a truly unique and wonderful writer in his own write.â€â€”David Hagberg, award-winning and USA Today bestselling author of Joshua's Hammer and Soldier of God
â€œA hair-frying, nerve-fraying, heart-stopping, pulse-pounding thriller of the first magnitude. Preston has always been terrific, but TyrannosaurCanyon reaches whole new dimensions of thrillerdom.â€â€”John Farris, award-winning and bestselling author of Phantom Nights