This graphic novel takes place thirteen years after the events of the first movie. The Jurassic Park island is quarantined and patrolled by the various surrounding countries, which prevents lifeforms like the pterodactyls from escaping.
Tim an Lex Murphy are now adults and have different agendas. Lex does all she can to help repair the bad publicity caused by her grandfather's dinosaur island while Tim is conspiring with a secret group to create more dinosaurs and open another park. But he finds out that this is run by their British Uncle, who was thought to be dead from the Tyrannosaur attack (from The Lost World). He's horribly maimed and in a wheelchair. And, of course, some dinosaurs end up escaping on the mainland, including a horned, meating-eating carnatosaur.
The story here is okay, though unnecessary. The artwork is terrible, as if it was done by a ten-year-old who doesn't know how to depict dinosaurs. Which is shame, as there are great covers by Art Adams and William Stout. Because of this, I can't quite recommend the book, even to die-hard Jurassic Park fans.