But there are rumors that something has survived.
©1996 Michael Crichton; (P)2006 Books on Tape
"Harrowing thrills...fast-paced and engaging." (People)
"Action-packed." (New York Daily News)
"Fast and gripping" (The Washington Post Book World)
love this book. I really hope that audible can get the first book redone and added to their library. for anyone who hasn't read these books yet, know they are nothing at all like the movies. I love the movies as much as the next person but these books have different just as good stories and personally I like this lost world way better than the movie version.
favorite scene has to be the carnotaurs. super creepy.
It was a fun adventure, and some great visual description. Michael Chrighton isn't known for making sequels but this one keeps you entertained to the very end and is a great addition to his first.
I enjoyed The Lost World movie, but the book is so much better. And the two are almost entirely different. As far as the narration goes, Scott Brick delivers a solid performance here, but it isn't anything spectacular.
This book is the source of many of my nightmares. Dinosaurs may have gone extinct 65 million years ago, but that doesn't stop them from showing up in my dreams. That is because some of the scenes in this book are absolutely terrifying. It isn't a horror book though. It is a sophisticated science fiction thriller. You'll probably end up even learning a thing or two from this book. That's because Crichton manages to weave in a lot of real science into a very exciting story.
Of course, make sure you listen to or read Jurassic Park first. It isn't fundamental to the understanding of The Lost World, but it is such an incredible story that you'll simply be missing out if you don't.
one of my favourite books of all time, just the right balance of science, adventure, suspense. they but butchered the movie so badly, when the third movie came out i was really hoping they would go back to this book for plot or something, but i was disappointed. the only thing i didn't like was the narrator, he is awful. i didn't realize there was another version or i would've definitely bought that instead of just powering through. the book is so good it made up for him, but he's just terrible.
Ive recommended this book to many people. The story is fantastic. Also the audio version is great. The narrator is amazing.
Its a fantastic mix of science and adventure.
He has a great reading voice. His performance isn't to dry but also not too over the top.
Yes, if it wasn't so long I probably would have listened to the whole thing in one sitting.
Amazing book. A must read/listen.
I loved how Crichton, uses actual science in his novels. It makes them so much more interesting and believable. (I mean we're talking resurrecting animals that have been extinct for at least 65 million years here!) In this sense he is a master. Its just to bad that the genius of this novel has been somewhat cheapened by the movie. But it is a great book. Well worth the time and money
Yes, because it's entertaining, and factual all at the same time! So you can enjoy the story, and learn something all at once. What a novel idea!
Not sure, but maybe Sarah, I think. Because she just DOES, whatever it takes, she gets it done.
As I said, Sarah, because she gets things done right the first time,
They did make a film of this. Don't remember what the tag line was, but I think this audio version was far better than the flim.
Just an overall good listen
Good, exciting, and informative.
I really like all of malcoms informative monologue's
Some thriller moments
I thought this was a good book, but it just didn't hold a candle to the original jurassic park.
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