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Selling 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 becoming extinct Is everyone at your dinner table of the same species Humans and chimpanzees differ in only genes; is that why.

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  • Mario the lone bookwolf

    review Next by Michael Crichton º PDF DOC TXT or eBook Next by Michael CrichtIt 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 muc


  • Alex Telander

    review Next by Michael Crichton º PDF DOC TXT or eBook Next by Michael CrichtNEXT BY MICHAEL CRICHTON I’m still trying to figure out how this manuscript landed in the hands of an editor and actually got


  • Matthew

    review Next by Michael Crichton º PDF DOC TXT or eBook Next by Michael CrichtOops 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 of fictional stories to make separate points Some of the stories ended up crossing and some did not


  • Jeffrey

    review Next by Michael Crichton º PDF DOC TXT or eBook Next by Michael CrichtNext 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 Next can not hold a candle to these science fiction classics but it is the same kind of book and it is poignant for its time The fact is Crichton writes satire and the general perception of him does not accept this Next is both silly and excellent More importantly I learned uite a bit from reading it I did not know that genes can be patented human tissues can be used in any way by whomever happens to end up with them and that gene testing results can be hidden in such a way that deaths have been covered up because they were trade secrets Crichton shows the extreme possibilities of these insane laws In Next a man has a gene that could be a groundbreaking cure but when the company that has the patent for it is sabotaged and loses


  • Gerald

    review Next by Michael Crichton º PDF DOC TXT or eBook Next by Michael CrichtI'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 he was diagnosed He knew there could be all kinds of ways of treating his disease that have not yet emerged from clinical trials He was certainly angry at the medical establishment at the research community at Big Pharma and at the government's policies regarding intellectual property rights for genetic discoveries Crichton's books often have b


  • Scarlet

    review Next by Michael Crichton º PDF DOC TXT or eBook Next by Michael Cricht15 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 kidding meI’m still trying to figure out why I read Next instead of Jurassic Park


  • Rohit Enghakat

    review Next by Michael Crichton º PDF DOC TXT or eBook Next by Michael CrichtActually 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 also interspersed with articles and essays on biotechnology related subjectsTo make it short the book is about genetic technology and experiments around it including the discovery of various genes with behavioural traits There are three or four plots in t


  • Natalie Vellacott

    review Next by Michael Crichton º PDF DOC TXT or eBook Next by Michael CrichtOccasionally I pick up a book completely outside of my usual genre just to see what others are reading and what's actually out there Plus a local charity shop sells 3 books for £1 I'm obviously aware of this author due to Jurassic ParkOffensive content aside I'll come back to that this was a page turner I noticed that other reviewers found the numerous sub plots and multiple characters confusing I was also worried about that at first but I found that the key was to stay fully immersed in the book and to read it in as few sittings as possible Although when starting the chapter I didn't always remember the characters being referred to it was uite easy to pick it up from the details However I wouldn't recommend reading this a chapter a dayThe book deals with the dangers of humans meddling in genetics from all different angles We have a chimp who can talk feel and reason and could virtually pass as a human


  • Shannon

    review Next by Michael Crichton º PDF DOC TXT or eBook Next by Michael CrichtFast 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 competitors gene patenting and a lot of angry people There's some scientific info woven into this tale as well but not too much yet I still learned about some new things like chimeras and how close animals and such are closer to us than we want to admit Tons of moralistic uestions and ones that should concern us as we aren't terribly far from this possible future Although the book is long the chapters are short with cliffhangers so it flows nicely The ape kid is one of the be


  • Rick Monkey

    review Next by Michael Crichton º PDF DOC TXT or eBook Next by Michael CrichtSo I was like really broke towards the tail end of last month But you know broke or not I still needed something to read I was just going to have to content myself with one of those trashy 799 paperbacks And lemme tell ya pickings are slimSo I got a Michael Crichton book I'm very ashamed More so because I actually well liked itCrichton I think resonates so well with middle of the road audiences because his takes on science and technology tend to play to the common man's fear that it's all spiraling out of control It feeds the idea that scientists are unscrupulous insane dirtbagsNext really isn't that different There's a lot of unscrupulous science going on here And it's a very didactic book a lot of exposition a lot of information and a clear bias Just like most other Michael Crichton sci fi thrillersThe difference here is that well he might actually be right When you talk about things such as corporate ownership of portions of the genome patenting of individual ge