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While the ideas in Crichton's The Terminal Man do have some degree of believability I think his later novels (Rising Sun, Jurassic Park, on up to Prey) exhibit a better balance of factual believability alongside great storytelling plots.
This book is about a man from whom people are able to climb into quickly moving metal vehicles that travel down stone and concrete tubes.Published 1 month ago by Timothy McPherson
As with many of Michael Crichton's science fiction novels, this take you places that no other science fiction will take you. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Darrell G. Kohr
Well researched; plot holds your attention; and leaves you sad that Michael Crichton is no longer with us. I have enjoyed all his books.Published 2 months ago by Carolyn Reed Fryar
Terminal Man was one of, if not THE first novel from author Michael Crichton. Compared to sone of his books this was both more predictable and less complicated than others. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Happy Camper
An early effort by Crichton. Interesting but simple, undeveloped and crude. The book displays in embryonic form the genre for which Crichton would come to be known - the plausible... Read morePublished 7 months ago by David A. Vandenburgh
Very short. Great book about the complications of man and computer. Poses the question What happens when you put the two together.Published 8 months ago by Bp
A must read for all computer geeks and any body in the field of Neurosurgery, neurology/psychiatry. I first read this book in 1972Published 14 months ago by Neuroblade
It is surprising that this book was written over forty years ago. In the beginning I had not realised it at all. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Anakina
I read this book many, many years ago. Probably around the time it first came out. I recentley re-read it mainly because I thought I remembered a fact that was brought up in the... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Renae