The Rom Bernie Unrau

ISBN: 9780978293734

Published: September 11th 2008

Paperback

365 pages


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The Rom  by  Bernie Unrau

The Rom by Bernie Unrau
September 11th 2008 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, ZIP | 365 pages | ISBN: 9780978293734 | 3.59 Mb

Dr. Gum is discussing the impending opening of the garish renovation to the ROM- Royal Ontario Museum, a bizarre series of aluminum geometric shapes growing from the old original façade like a tumor. Chin’s Crystals is named after the billionaireMoreDr. Gum is discussing the impending opening of the garish renovation to the ROM- Royal Ontario Museum, a bizarre series of aluminum geometric shapes growing from the old original façade like a tumor.

Chin’s Crystals is named after the billionaire Michel Lee Chin, who bequeathed $30 million for the addition, though he never set foot inside. The bar-tender at the rooftop terrace at the Park Hyatt Hotel across the street from the ROM explains that there is a rumor circulating that Chin has recovered hundreds of dinosaur eggs off the coast of Costa Rica and brought them back to one of the best dinosaur displays in North America.

A lightning storm sweeps across the city. A direct hit on the ROM has unleashed an unbelievable sight. A swarm of raptors have escaped and soon wreak havoc on the entire city and spread their reign of terror throughout southeast Ontario.

The Canadian Prime Minister Crouton discards the deadly broadcast as a hoax as the predators swim up the Rideau Canal toward the capital. The United States is building up its forces at Niagara Air Force Base across Lake Ontario poised for a preemptive strike in the event the predators attack.

The Americans attack Toronto Island to position their troops to eradicate the pesky prehistoric terrors. An unusual ‘avian flu’ and newer extinction theories finds their way into the harrowing thriller.



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