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by Robert T. Bakker

eBook Raptor Red epub
  • ISBN: 0553542524
  • Author: Robert T. Bakker
  • Genre: Fiction
  • Subcategory: Action & Adventure
  • Publisher: Bantam Books (June 1, 1996)
  • ePUB size: 1144 kb
  • FB2 size 1425 kb
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This book is dedicated to all the amateur fossil-hunters who donate their weekends and vacations to enlarging our appreciation of the past. yet these amateurs are discovering new dinosaur species every summer.

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A pair of fierce but beautiful eyes look out from the undergrowth of conifers. So begins one of the most extraordinary novels you will ever read. The time is 120 million years ago, the place is the plains of prehistoric Utah, and the eyes belong to an unforgettable heroine. Her name is Raptor Red, and she is a female Raptor dinosaur. The attack raptors. Fallen astrodon Robert T. Bekker Raptor red. ABelov2014.

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About Raptor Red. A pair of fierce but beautiful eyes look out from the undergrowth of conifers. Painting a rich and colorful picture of a lush prehistoric world, leading paleontologist Robert T. Bakker tells his story from within Raptor Red’s extraordinary mind, dramatizing his revolutionary theories in this exciting tale. From a tragic loss to the fierce struggle for survival to a daring migration to the Pacific Ocean to escape a deadly new predator, Raptor Red combines fact an fiction to capture for the first time the thoughts, emotions, and behaviors of the most magnificent, enigmatic creatures ever to walk the face of the earth.

A pair of fierce but beautiful eyes look out from the undergrowth of conifers.  She is an intelligent killer...So begins one of the most extraordinary novels you will ever read.  The time is 120 million years ago, the place is the plains of prehistoric Utah, and the eyes belong to an unforgettable heroine.  Her name is Raptor Red, and she is a female Raptor dinosaur.Painting a rich and colorful picture of a lush prehistoric world, leading paleontologist Robert T. Bakker tells his story from within Raptor Red's extraordinary mind, dramatizing his revolutionary theories in this exciting tale.  From a tragic loss to the fierce struggle for survival to a daring migration to the Pacific Ocean to escape a deadly new predator, Raptor Red combines fact an fiction to capture for the first time the thoughts, emotions, and behaviors of the most magnificent, enigmatic creatures ever to walk the face of the earth.From the Paperback edition.
Comments: (7)
Acrobat
There is something very special about this book. It's something that's hard to describe, yet I'll do my best to describe it anyways.

I can tell how he wrote the book, Robert Bakker doesn't just see dinosaurs and Mesozoic ecosystems as something he's studied as a paleontologist. He has this love for dinosaurs and this passion just oozes out of the book while you're reading it. You can really tell he doesn't just study them, he loves them, and he gets you to love them too.

The way he gets into the head of a prehistoric predator and narrates her feelings, emotions, and actions is an incredible idea and he executed it fantastically. He does a great job portraying Raptor Red and her family as a group of beautiful, intelligent, sentient creatures as well as a lethal carnivores. His insight and speculation into how he believes these animals may have behaved and interacted was fascinating, logically composed, and frequently silly.

Great books come and go. Raptor Red was more than a great book. It's an unforgettable book.
Dozilkree
This is a good book for teens/young adults written by the paleontologist who consulted on the Jurassic Park movie. It follows a female Utahraptor through her life and interactions with other members of her family, her species, and other species, including climate events and geographical shifts. There is a lot of information in the book which is accurate for learning more about Utahraptor in particular, without sounding like a textbook. The thought processes as they are explained are obviously just conjecture based on what information was available to the author. There is not a lot of violence/sex/profanity, but all three do make an appearance. I would let a young child read it if they were at (or close to) the appropriate reading level (I probably could have read and understood it in second grade, but I learned to read at 4).
uspeh
I am twelve years old, and I think that Robert Bakker writes an intense and intriguing adventure. An adventure about a Utahraptor. The story states many achievements and it is strangely relatable to our life as humans. The daily life of a Utahraptor is more complex than I would ever imagined.
I would not recommend this to a young child. The language is complex. There are also many violent descriptions. I think Robert Bakker wants to put the reader in the element of being a Utahraptor both physically and emotionally. The reader is bombarded with extreme situations.
One minute you are bracing yourself for the Utahraptors next kill and the next minute you’re sad because she is pulled in two directions emotionally. The family bonds in this book are just part of the story. The Utahrapture’s message is perseverance against all odds. She battles through all elements.
The author has a way of capturing the moment of giving you details that draw you closer to the story. Seeing the world through Raptor Red’s eyes is beautiful and terrifying. The sights she sees will follow you throughout your day. You will be drawn back to the book and it is hard to put down.
In conclusion I give this book four stars because as good as the description were sometimes you would get lost between a description and the story. Otherwise it is a very educational book. It is also original with the idea of a dinosaur’s point of view. I would recommend this book to those who are interested in dinosaurs, reading, action, and sadness
Kigul
Robert Bakker's "Raptor Red" is unlike most dinosaur fiction because it is told from the point of a Female Utahraptor, a concept unusual for books of this type. When I first heard of this, I thought the idea sounded strange and I didn't want to read a book filled with "Hungry, must kill something!" however I relented based on the great reviewer rating here, and the fact that Bakker was a consultant for the raptors in Jurassic Park, so he must know what he's talking about.

I was pleased that I did decide to read the book because while it was unsual, I did enjoy it. Bakker takes us through what he imagines the life of a raptor must have been like. We follow Raptor Red through her life, which is filled with much more than killing and eating. The life of Raptor Red, as viewed by Bakker, could almost be the life of any of us. She experiences pain and loss, family conflict, romance, and love.

As I said, I certainly found many of the concepts presented in this story interesting, however I have to wonder how Bakker came up with his research on Raptors. Not being a paleontologist, I don't know much about what is accepted scientific fact and what he just completely makes up or is based on conjecture. I find many of the events in the story inplausible, such as the part where Raptor Red and her family basicaly go sledding down a snow-covered hill. I almost expected them to break out into a snowball fight at any minute. To believe in Bakker's concepts definitely takes a strong consideration that either we know nothing about animal behavior, or that Raptors were quite possibly one of the smartest animals to ever live.

Overall, Bakker provides a very thought-provoking story that really changed my outlook on Dinosaurs from the view of ferocious cold-blooded predators that spent vtheir lives hunting and killing. He also fills in the story with excerpts that give the reader a look into several other animals of the era such as an Aegialodon and a Pterodactyl that likes playing jokes on the Raptors. Although many of these ideas sound ridiculous, they work in the story and it comes off as a serious look at what a raptor's life "could" have been like, rather than a Disney story filled with talking animals who cook and drive cars. I defintely recommend this book if you are interested in looking at a radically new view of dinosaur life.
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