Category: Michael Crichton

  • “Congo” by Michael Crichton

    “Congo” by Michael Crichton

    Team of researchers on an expedition to the Congo experience death and destruction.

  • “Disclosure” by Michael Crichton

    “Disclosure” by Michael Crichton

    Genre: Thriller (Fascinating) – Buy it! – Tom Sanders has been with DigiCom since the beginning. He is happily married with two kids, a nice house, and a great commute via ferry to work. Life is good. In the past 12 years, Tom has risen to become the Division leader of the Digital Communications Division […]

  • Book Review: “Pirate Latitudes” by Michael Crichton

    Genre: Thriller Rating: 3.5 WaterTowers “Pirate Latitudes” was found as a complete manuscript after Michael Crichton’s death in 2008. I have read a lot of bad reviews of “Pirate Latitudes” and, foolishly, let those reviews stand in the way of my reading it in a timely manner. “Pirate Latitudes” is a terrific read! A linear […]

  • Breaking News: Michael Crichton

    I was just looking at CNN when the headline came up that Michael Crichton has passed away. I’ll get a link and put it here in a bit. (I’m hoping the news is wrong.) A very sad day for readers. Mr. Crichton was one of the best….he will be greatly missed. Here are the Reviews […]

  • "Next" by Michael Crichton

    "Next" by Michael Crichton

    Genre: Thriller Rating: 3.5 Water Towers Reality meets fiction. I was watching KCRA-TV (Sacramento, CA) this past Friday morning when they aired a segment featuring genetically altered cats that glowed in the dark (fluorescent). As he did with State of Fear and global warming, Michael Crichton tackles another controversial topic raising awareness of genetic testing, […]

  • "Airframe" Book Review

    "Airframe" Book Review

    “Airframe” by Michael Crichton Genre: Thriller   “So now day-to-day life is false, and the media image is true. Sometimes I look around my living room and the most real thing in the room is the television. It’s bright and vivid, and the rest of my life looks drab. So I turn the damn thing […]