The Lost World
The Lost World: Jurassic Park Junior Novelisation captures all the thrills and chills of The Lost World story - with heart-stopping suspense, hair-raising action, and illustrated with colour photographs from the film. Something has survived...In 1993, an ambitious entrepreneur named John Hammond... show more
The Lost World: Jurassic Park Junior Novelisation captures all the thrills and chills of The Lost World story - with heart-stopping suspense, hair-raising action, and illustrated with colour photographs from the film. Something has survived...In 1993, an ambitious entrepreneur named John Hammond spoke four words which ushered in a new era of motion picture excitement and set worldwide boxoffice records..."Welcome to Jurassic Park". Now, a few years later, Hammond makes a startling confession to scientist Ian Malcolm: another island of dinosaurs exists...an island where dinosaurs have been living and breeding in the wild...the Lost World.
Publish date: 1995
Publisher: Alfred A. Knopf, Inc.
Pages no: 448
Edition language: English
Series: Jurassic Park (#2)
Sequel to Jurassic Park. This audio version is also narrated by Scott Brick. Despite being streamed across Overdrive courtesy of the library, it was still broken up into CD sections and announced the change of CDs and repeated the last line of the previous CD section before continuing with the narra...
BLUF: Try reading the first chapter. If you can get through the lecture without finding it tedious, you may enjoy this book. If you can’t, well, it doesn’t get any better from there.I think this book......has few similarities with the movie.This is actually a good thing. There is a scene or two that...
The Lost World (Jurassic Park #2) Michael Crichton, 1995 Following the events of Jurassic Park, the island and all of the dinosaurs there were destroyed, leaving nothing behind. But when carcasses that look suspicious begin turning up on the coast of Costa Rica, Ian Malcolm and a few other scien...
Originally, I would stay away from books like these. Mainly because I don’t like the grueling fillers also known as details. Having enough details to support your ideas and the entire structure of the book is one thing. But to have them just for the sake of thickening the book even more is another. ...