With his first published novel, Cretaceous Kings, author Kyle Waller delivers a breathtaking tale of survival. Written in the style of a nature documentary, we follow the journey of four young tyrannosaurus brothers who are banished from their father’s territory and now must eek out a living as nomads. Just as it is for animals in the modern world, this will be no easy feat. A sixty-ton, long-necked, alamosaurus is nearly impossible to take down, herds of three horned torosaurus are always eager to trample and gore, and marauding packs of dakotaraptors are a constant torment. But by far the biggest threat are other male tyrannosaurs, territorial and not opposed to cannibalism. Do the brothers have what it takes to become kings?
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Author, Kyle Waller, has always had a passion for wildlife and prehistoric animals. As a child some of his favorite things to watch was “Walking With Dinosaurs”, “The Future is Wild”, and “The Life of Mammals” to name a few. Kyle never lost his passion for animals, but when he graduated high school, he chose to major in business because he thought he would have a better chance of getting a job. Kyle graduated from Frostburg State University in 2019 with a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration. However, a career in an office cubicle was not for him. Kyle could not continue continue to ignore his passion for dinosaurs and wildlife. He has hopes of becoming a paleontologist and his novel “Cretaceous Kings” is his first big step into a passionate career.