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  1. says:

    It had so much potential it could have expanded the Biopunk genre a whole series would have been possible but Chrichton failed epically after a promising beginningYou certainly know that the human brain memorizes negative and traumatizing experiences much better because it´s better for survival to avoid them in future and I still vividly remember reading being fascinated reading some articles about genetic engineering inspired by the nov

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    NEXT BY MICHAEL CRICHTON I’m still trying to figure out how this manuscript landed in the hands of an editor and actually got the go ahead to be published in time for Christmas I can’t help but think about all those dads that are going to be so disappointed on December 26th when they crack open the book and find a collection of plot lines with confusing characters and stories that seem to go nowhereIn Prey and State of Fear

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    Oops Finished this yesterday and forgot to reviewI enjoyed this book even though it was a bit spastic Basically Michael Crichton learned everything he could about the state of gene research and politics and combined it into a series

  4. says:

    Next by Michael Crichton is a ridiculous silly book But I bet a lot of people said the same thing about Brave New World Dune The Moon is a Harsh Mistress Stranger in a Strange Land and 1984 when they came out No

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    I'm giving the five stars not because of how it is written but what it's about Crichton was trained as a medical doctor before he was a novelist And he died of cancer recently at a relatively young age I am supposing he wrote this book after

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    15 Next is a very well researched book And that’s the only good thing I can say about itThe characters were too many and too unmemorable; I forgot nearly all of them as soon as they were mentioned The stuff on stem cells and genes and biotechnology was excruciatingly boring The story was over exaggerated silly and unintentionally funny A swearing chimpanzee and a transgenic ape who goes to school Are you kid

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    Actually I liked this book Don't know why majority readers thought this book was overrated I was hooked from the word go Well researched book the author has taken pains to learn about genes and weave a story around it The book was

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    Occasionally I pick up a book completely outside of my usual genre just to see what others are reading and what's actually o

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    Fast paced story with a ton of subplots that plays like a popular soap opera of your choice Topics range from legal battles over human tissue including the right to have bounty hunters go after the descendants of said tissue transgenic apes one transgenic parrot that talk tough if provoked biotech espionage vs competito

  10. says:

    So I was like really broke towards the tail end of last month But you know broke or not I still needed somethin

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Free download ½ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ä Michael Crichton

Ing extinct Is everyone at your dinner table of the same species Humans and chimpanzees differ in only 400 genes; is that why a chimp fetus resembles a human being And should that worry us There’s a new genetic c I m giving the five stars not because of how it is written but what it s about Crichton was trained as a medical doctor before

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Next Author Michael Crichton

From Michael Crichton the #1 bestselling author of Jurassic Park and The Andromeda Strain comes an astounding eye opening look at the world of genetics Next Is a loved one missing some body parts Are blondes becom NEXT BY MICHAEL CRICHTON I m still trying to figure out how this manuscript landed in the hands of an editor and actually go

Free download ½ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ä Michael Crichton

Ure for drug addiction is it worse than the disease Devilishly clever Next blends fact and fiction into a breathless tale of a new world where nothing is what it seems and genetic ownership shatters our assumption Occasionally I pick up a book completely outside of my usual genre just to see what others are reading and what s actually out