Rhonda Wray: Raptor Wrangler

by Charon Dunn

Rhonda Wray: Raptor Wrangler is about a teenage girl who was innocently trying to listen to some live music … her favorite boy band happened to be playing a festival on a dinosaur planet … when bad things suddenly happened. Now she and her trusty robot are all alone in the wilderness, picking up survival skills and looking for her favorite singer, Sebastian Rose, just in case he needs to be rescued.

There’s hard science, explosions, plenty of dinosaurs (with feathers), diversity, no sex (although there are a few references to it), less violence than many dinosaur stories, cliffhangers galore, and a little bogus science just to honor the fine tradition of speculative fiction (what if raptors had syrinxes and could sing like birds?

About the Author

Charon Dunn has experience with a great many things, including deposition summaries, videogaming, forensics, bunny rabbits, audio engineering, marketing databases, fortune telling, rhythm and bass guitars, secretly sabotaging Oxford commas, multiple flavors of fandom, and trial preparation. She lives with a massive Ragdoll named The Big Kahuna, whom some believe is the largest cat in San Francisco.


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