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Following on from the bestselling 'Prey' and 'State of Fear', Michael Crichton's novel is set to repeat the winning formula established by 'Jurassic Park': to identify future trends in science and imagine the most astonishing - and terrifying - possibilities that they hold for mankind
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Book Level: 4.7
Interest Level: UY
Quiz Number: 220015
The Number One international bestselling author of Jurassic Park, Congo and Sphere blends fact and fiction to create a near-future where genetic engineering opens up a whole new world of terrifying, page-turning possibilities.
Is a loved one missing body parts?Are blondes becoming extinct?Has a human already cross-bred with a monkey?
We live in a GENETIC WORLD. Fast, frightening - and potentially VERY lucrative. There are designer pets; a genetic cure for drug addiction; a booming market in eggs and sperm. But is there also a talking ape in Borneo? Has a 'master' gene for controlling others been found? Could an innocent man and his family be hunted cross-country because they happen to have certain valuable genes .
Are you ready for what comes NEXT in Michael Crichton's stunning new thriller?
Praise for 'Next':
'A wonderful farrago, energetically stirring up a lot of scientific, medical, business and legal issues. marvellous.' Evening Standard
'A satirical black-comedy thriller. Crichton writes likes Tom Wolfe on speed. completely brilliant. Crichton's treatise on how breakthroughs in genetic science have been hijacked by science is anything but dull. top form.' Daily Mail
'One of the most reliable purveyors of brain-engaged fiction at work today. he is too good a writer not to nail us. diverting stuff.' Daily Express
'Crichton has certainly done his research. his alarm is hard to dispute. compelling. extremely funny.' Sunday Times
'Be very afraid. expertly blending science fact with fiction, Crichton sets up mind-boggling scenarios where doctors, lawyers, scientists and big business play God. the pace and intrigue last to the final page.' News of the World
'"Next" is 'The Da Vinci Code' with smarts. Own up, your guilty pleasure holiday reading awaits.' SFX
'If you're curious about the world of genetic engineering, this is the novel for you. thought-provoking and at times frighteningly real, 'Next' is a demanding but enjoyable read.' Woman
'A satiric polemic. a convincing and scary warning from Crichton' Sunday Times