Oct 01

The one peacefully eating that tree. He'll make so many steaks! Mmm MMM!Click for full image

Draw a few dinosaurs and some people jet-packing around the planet. That way we have both words of the title covered. Though, concentrate on the title, huge black box, every word highlighted with something awesome. You don’t know what that means? For God’s sake man, like, put the word ‘Anne’ in an orange diamond shape. That’s the type of awesome I’m talking about!

Actually, that cover IS a classical work of art!I would touch it without protective gloves.I've seen worse. Far, far, worse.Interesting, but I would still read it in public.Middlng: Neither awful nor awfully goodWould not like to be seen reading that!Awful... just awful...That belongs in a gold-lame picture frame!Gah... my eyes are burning! Feels so good!Good Show Sir! (Average: 6.63 out of 10)

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13 Responses to “Dinosaur Planet”

  1. SI Says:

    More filler really.

    Fonts are just awful though 🙁

  2. Roses Says:

    I put my hand up to reading this.

    Why is it that their space suits are in orange? What is it about orange space suits?

    It hurts my eyes!

  3. CSA Says:

    Anne sure does love her reptiles. Id thought of picking up one of her books when i was younger but i think that ship has sailed

    Not everyone in space wears orange, Laurence wears a little pink suit with frills, but Anne last minute replaced his character with a Terradactyl. Her editor was aparently a homophobe… and a racist… it’s true, i read it on the internet. (or did i write it on the internet? im too confused now)

  4. little mi Says:

    The Anne in the diamond shape is really terrible

    The dinosaur looks more bemused then anything at the sudden arrival of of orange spacemen. Perhaps he too ponders the conundrum of the orange spacesuit.

  5. Roses Says:

    Her early sci-fi is meh; the dragons of Pern are great until you get to the later books in the series and I stay away from anything she’s co-written.

  6. Tom Noir Says:

    Before you notice the slipstreams of the jetpacks you might think those spacemen are hang-gliding using pterodactyls, which makes this cover twice as awesome.

  7. FearöfMüsic Says:

    Tag Wizard: More Tree Face! I swear! The tallest tree on the right, above the ferns. Is that not the head of someone wearing bear jammies with the ears and all?

    Or maybe I should just lie down now and take it easy.

  8. Jaouad Says:


    Must be a very special planet. No dinosaur like that ever roamed Earth.
    Not even sure it’s a dinosaur. Its head looks a bit doggish. It also appears to have whiskers.

  9. B. Chiclitz Says:

    So is she the author of immortal books about dragons or the author of books about immortal dragons? Either way, more of a shelf life than we really need.

    I love these clunker sentences. They make my brain flicker.

  10. Dead Stuff With Big Teeth Says:

    If the blurb read, ‘By the immortal dragon of the book’s author’, I would stop at NOTHING to buy a copy!

  11. THX 1139 Says:

    Lunch has arrived!

  12. RachelJ Says:

    Apparently the fact that the planet has dinosaurs on it is the books’s OMG SHOCKING TWIST, so naturally it’s in the title.

  13. A.R.Yngve Says:

    “By the author of the immortal DRAGON books”…

    Q: What makes a book “immortal”?

    A: That depends on what you mean.
    In the physical sense, if the book is printed on durable material, like stone tablets or gold plates.
    In the metaphorical sense, a book tends to be read forever if it contains some really shitty ideas that refuse to die – like “vaccination causes autism” or “a religious minority is to blame for all problems”…

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