This was an excellent Nanotech thriller with good sense. In retrospect I would definately download again!
Also, the narrator is good at distinguishing different voices.
Also, If you have kids keep in mind that Crichton always seems to have a character that swears when it is common to swear. Usually the swearing fits the character such as a disgruntled CEO or the characters will be in a swear worthy situation. So, the swearing fits well so as not to ruin the story.
Excellent story for those who are looking for some science in their fiction.
Bridges between real science and science fiction.
Say something about yourself!
I've always thought that Michael Chrichton tells a good story but isn't a very good writer. I still feel that way. This book really captivated me at the beginning but just got more and more stupid as it went on--and more preachy. I think he should have gone a completely different direction than he did with the nano technology gone wrong. The plot was very obvious and the main character was very stupid. It could have been a very captivating story, but instead ended up like a B rated horror movie. I gave it 3 stars for the concept and the beginning part of the book.