Tried and convicted for his crimes, Sean Barrow is sent into temporal exile—banished to a time so far before recorded history that there is no chance that he, or any other criminal sent back, has any chance of altering history. Now Sean must find a way to survive more than 200 million years in the past, in a world populated by monstrous creatures that would rend him limb fTried and convicted for his crimes, Sean Barrow is sent into temporal exile—banished to a time so far before recorded history that there is no chance that he, or any other criminal sent back, has any chance of altering history. Now Sean must find a way to survive more than 200 million years in the past, in a world populated by monstrous creatures that would rend him limb from limb if they got the chance. And that's just his fellow prisoners. The dinosaurs are almost as bad. ...
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Pangaea: Exiles Reviews
*Book source ~ ARC. My review is voluntary and honest.2149 A.D. ~ Sean Barrow has had a couple of horrible breaks, but the way he deals with them lands him in front of a judge. Sentenced to a temporal exile for the crimes he committed, Sean ends up 200 million years back in time. The portal spits him out into a world different than he imagined, but it’s still a matter of survival. Not just against the dinosaurs of this era, but the criminals who have been sent here before him. By looking at the cover you’d think this is a book about dinosaurs. A dinosaur book. Maybe even dino monster porn which I have been known to read on occasion. While dinosaurs do play a part of the story, they’re really just characters along with everyone else. No monster porn at all. Though I had to laugh at the oblique reference to monster porn at one point. Hehe No. The real story is about survival. Imagine the wild west with dinosaurs. And food that isn’t even around yet. Like vegetables. Or fruits. Or grains. Or chocolate. The horror! And it’s about Sean. What kind of man he was, what kind he is, and what he’s about to become. I have yet to read a book by Jeff Brackett that didn’t suck me into the story and not let me go. From the beginning of this tale where we meet Sean until the end, it’s go, go, go. The action and dialogue are fantastic. The tension? Holy shit! The tension just about kills me. The uncertainty of what will happen and when is enough to drive any reader wild with anxiety. And there are several instances of this kind of tension interspersed with stuff that’s blood pressure lowering to give the reader a break. I was enthralled from beginning to end. That is all.
Good readIn the distant future criminals are either executed, mind wiped or sent back in time to the age of dinosaurs. Sean Barrow gets revenge killing the four men who murdered his daughter. Instead of being executed he is sent back. And his adventure begins. This was a good read hard to put down. If the author would of left the feathers off the dinosaurs I would of given it 5 stars. I'm not a fan of feathered dinosaurs.
Good BookThis book is full of none stop action. Vengeance is strong and seemingly justified, but is finally put to rest. Hope author visits this land and these characters again...soon. Sentence well structure and very few misspelled words. Yay!!!! Well written.
Great Read!Not your typical "T-Rex eats everyone" dinosaur book. Good story line, likable characters, hoping for a sequel. I read a lot, don't review many of them. Highly recommend.
PangaeaWas a great read. Love the new twist on how to live with dinosaurs. Can’t wait to see where the team goes next.
Check it outWell written and characters were well developed. I hope there is a second book in this story. Will definitely check out more work by Mr Brackett.
Fast paceGreat plot. Interesting premise. I look forward to reading future books in this series. It is an easy read only took 5 hours