Paleontologist/author Robert Bakker is acknowledged as a rebel in his field, thought by many to have been the model for the paleontologist character in the novel and the movie Jurassic Park. This astonishing novel of love, loyalty, family, and survival tells the compelling story of a year in the life of one of a female Utahraptor, told entirely from the animal's point of view.
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Review: Raptor RedUser Review - Brenda Clough - Goodreads
You've heard the rule for writers: only steal from the best? Bakker obviously knows it. Naturally he knows everything about dinosaurs and uses all that knowledge in this novel. But, aware of his ... Read full review
Review: Raptor RedUser Review - Cheryl - Goodreads
Pretty neat book. At first I thought the portrayal of the dinosaurs' intelligence was too anthropormophic, but then I thought about how smart cats, dogs, magpies, dolphins, ravens etc. are. I believe Bakker's ideas have merit. And the raptors' adventures were pretty exciting, too. Read full review