Publish date: November 7th 1990
Pages no: 400
Edition language: English
It's that time of year again! Happy Holidays to everyone! Or rather, a belated Merry Christmas, as this review came out a few days later than I'd planned. Of course, it also gave me a chance to include my 100th read book this year, Stephen Fry's Victorian Secrets. This is a feature I've been hop...
Streamed this off Audible. This edition is 15:10:10 exactly and narrated by Scott Brick. I love it. That's it. Scott Brick's voice is amazing and he maintains the individual voices of each character perfectly 99.9% of the time. (I can excuse that slip on Muldoon's dialogue in that one scene becaus...
My first exposure to Jurassic Park was the first movie. After seeing that a bunch of times, I read the book. I remember liking both the movie and the book about the same, but for different reasons – the movie had great action scenes and amazing on-screen dinos (the part of me that wanted to be a pal...
BLUF: This book is exactly how you think it will be. Good, but dated.Plot: Eccentric Billionaire, John Hammond, owns a bioengineering firm which ventures into the re-creation of dinosaurs with the purpose of creating a zoo – the first of its’ kind. It’s not entertaining to have only omnivores; Hammo...
So much yes. I thought the movie was amazing.... this blows it out of the park. Crichton has such an insane way of throwing science and research into something that's fiction. I loved every second of it.
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