Next by Michael Crichton (3/10) Too many characters with too little detail. Crichton seems to be getting worse, writing about topics that are interesting but a story with no substance. He creates short, interesting scenarios and dilemmas to raise issues related to the topic of his book (genetics in this case), but the story and characters are just fluff and a waste of time. The best part is the Author’s
A digested version of Michael Crichton’s latest, State of Fear. The summary of the Author’s Note included in the book is best: I’m very, very clever and have read a lot and you’re all stupid wishy-washy liberals.