Edge of Extinction: Code Name Flood by Laura Martin

Young Llama Thoughts
  • Adventurous
  • Christian Friendly
  • Easy Reading
  • Humerous
  • Youth Appropriate
3.9 Llamas


Since I enjoyed the first book so much I went and got the second one, but this one was a lot more violent than the first one.

The book was pretty clean but, yet again, it was violent cause (Duh.) dinosaurs. There was a lot more dinosaur attacks and a lot of ‘Dino-bites’. Which was a little bit gross to read about, but I guess some people would think that’s cool?

Anyway, there was also some normal violence. For intense, guns, nuclear bombs were mentioned and dinosaur stampedes, ya know, normal. A lot of the violence wasn’t too detailed but some injures were described.

Over all, I wasn’t a big fan of the violence but I did enjoy the book. I do believe it is kid-friendly, but you may want to ask your parents before you read it. -The Young Llama Reader.


  • Fun plot line and adventure!
  • Kid-friendly?


  • Very violent

Last week, twelve-year-old Sky found a cryptic message from her dad, who mysteriously fled the safety of their underground compound five years ago. The note said the fate of the world depended on her going topside, to a lost world that’s ruled by dinosaurs.

Today, after a treacherous journey through the wilderness, Sky and her friends have made it to their destination: Lake Michigan. There they discover a hidden underwater lab, and with the help of its scientists, Sky will finally learn the truth about her father’s secret mission.

Tomorrow, it will be up to Sky and her friends to save humanity from the very edge of extinction.

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