Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: July 17th 1989
Publisher: Ballantine Books
Pages no: 432
Edition language: English
, Non Fiction
, Biography Memoir
This was a profoundly unpleasant, self-centered, non-practicing doctor who paid a psychologist high rates to tell him he didn't like himself enough. Only read the first 20 pages or so, but pay special attention to his strong complaints when people laugh at him for being tall, versus what happens 2 p...
i tend to really like some and really dislike some of crichton's books. the same was true for a lot of his vignettes in this book. some seemed so poorly written, and others much better and engaging. mostly, though, i found it not particularly enjoyable to read a nonfiction book (therefore with no...
Crichton shows us his more unconventional side in this one, including his experiences with astral projection, talking to cacti, and how it sucks to be tall (try short for a while, Michael). That stuff is all fine, but the collection is kind of disjointed, his best foot is not forward here. The 2002 ...
2003 Jan 01The book that proves just how astoundingly credulous a physician can be.
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