Sometimes you just want to read some light science fiction. No deep science. No not-so-subtle morals for the real Earth’s ailments. Just adventure and the great unknown. The Kaiju Preservation Society delivers on that promise.
Jamie has been demoted from management to a career as a food delivery driver. He has bills and no way to pay them. But one of his regular customers needs to hire someone for a mysterious job. Jamie takes it without understanding it is on an alternate Earth.
Despite being set during the pandemic, The Kaiju Preservation Society manages to be both witty and just plain fun like the Jurassic Park movies, if they were on an alternate Earth. If you want a light spring or beach read, this book is a good choice. 4 stars!
Thanks to Tor Books and NetGalley for a copy in exchange for my honest review.