Sphere AUTHOR Michael Crichton

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Made the dialogue really unrealisticWhat I didn t like Terribly written characters Crichton really overdid it on Beth a woman scientist who has inferiority and self steem issues and talk a lot about how men is constantly being sexist towards her Crichton has managed to make her into a whiny insecure overcompensating person on the issue of her gender Surely a comp Sphere Michael CrichtonSphere is a 1987 novel by Michael Crichton It was adapted into the film Sphere in 1998 The story follows Norman Johnson a psychologist The New Left the Origins of the Cold War engaged by the United States Navy who joins a team of scientists assembled toxamine a spacecraft of unknown origin discovered on the bottom of the Pacific Ocean The novel begins as a science fiction story but uickly transforms into a psychological thriller developing into an The Right Hook of Devin Velma exploration of the nature of the human imagination 2004 1382 531 9645548659 20 First an overlong apologist s review of Michael Crichton Then a very short review of Sphere Life update I am procrastinatingIn my opinion you can only truly rate a Michael Crichton book by a the depth and originality of the concept and b the lucidity of the monologueessay that will always occur usually as a rant from some broken visionary genius or another approx 45 of the way through the book Rating Michael Crichton on his proseither its subtlety or La Fleur du Mal execution is sort of pointless there s no doubt that this man is a shitty prose writer short on synonyms and prone to spend most of hisnergy on frenetic descriptions of action He s basically writing scripts which is why the man gets the Dan Brown money but no respect from the smarties So in the man s defense Michael Crichton is not really a writer he s an idea man and that s what attracted me to him in the first place way back at age Graphic Design Rules eleven He s the first person I know of since maybe Jules Verne or HG Wells to do high uality sci fi thoughtxperiments almost always focused on some aspect of humanity s inexorable progress In his better books these are made far interesting by the aforementioned monologueessay This is a hat trick I ve never seen another writer skilled or not Reckless employ soffectively these speeches almost always provide a genuinely surprising counterpoint and reframes the innovations Crichton describes in terms of different core needs So suddenly the Timeline is not about BS uantum physics it is about the rising social need for authenticity Lost World is not about cashing in on the notion of cloning again its about successful species as Trickster extinction levelvents These speeches are usually so tightly written in comparison to the rest of the text that I ve started to think that Michael Crichton starts with them and build a plot outafterwards Sphere is in my opinion Michael Crichton s most interesting book on two levels First the plot a truly great parable on the Killers Prey (Conard County endgame of technology and the long sought after dream of Alladin s magic lamp I don t want to go too deep but I ll say that it is in my humble hypothesis the uncredited inspiration for thexcellent show Lost While the plot is a highlight I personally keep this book high on my list of favorites after all these years because of the Essay which breaks withplays off Crichton s typical form instead of a broken monologue with a human genius it takes the form of an italicized nearly stream of consciousness Socratic dialogue with something Again the writing is problematic Crichton manages to use the

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foam 23 or so in two paragraphs but ven after all these years the content still stirs me the subject is consciousness and the power and meaning of the uestion mark again I ll let him do the rest You can and should #Disagree With His Analysis You Can Shrug Aside His Monosyllables #with his analysis you can shrug aside his monosyllables if something in his notion of What Makes Humanity doesn t stir you then you are missing out You have finally and irrevocably left the seventh grade that painful age of wondering in favor of a well fortified adulthood and as nice as that sounds you probably left something ssential behind Hmmm I may have gotten a little presumptive towards the Flori în păr end there I m sure some very smart people have very good reasons for scoffing at Michael Crichton Allright let me adjust my position if you read Sphere and have thoughts positive or negative about the Essay please write me If you know of other works academic or flippant or otherwise on the same topic forwardm It happens to be one of my favorite things to discuss Four stars One demit for bad writing the fact that I haven t read the book in seven years the undercooked movie and my general cowardice I would seem SO much smarter if I reserved five stars for Gravity s Rainbow Very much yada yada humanities vs natural sciences and a wasted plot idea with far too less action and twistsI still remember how boredom and disappointment grew after the first few chapters showed the setting and some suspense was built up and then it got lengthy and neither the psychological inner character plot nor the other big mystery plot made much fun or sense Kansas State especially because the logic of motivations and thinking capacities and abilities of the protagonists were averageSome seem to see some kind of deeper philosophical meaning in this onespecially towards the Sexy Cosplay Anime Girls (Bikini, Military, Scifi Costume, Japanese Import, Asian Babe, Picture Book) (Xena Kai Book 3) end with something one could call a subtle plot twist but to me it was a too constructed not well designed novel It tried to be mindfuing but the realization was poorPossibly in its time when there were not much of similar techno and science thriller works with Sci Filements for a broader audience it could have been seen as not so bad because of a lack of alternatives but Humiliated Husband especially compared with what today s genre writers produce on a yearly basis and very high level it sucks Ispecially have to laugh about the psychological thriller argument that was used to sell it because Crichton s characterization and dialogues are so terrible in this oneTropes show how literature is conceptualized and created and which mixture of lements makes works and genres uniue. The suspense is realTHE NEW YORK TIMES BOOK REVIEWA page turnerChichton's writing is cinematic with powerful visual images and nonstop action This book should come with hot buttered popcornNEWSWEE.

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Read this when I was in high school and was one of the few times I ve been up nearly all night reading saying to myself I Little Slave every hour I need to go to sleep but then couldn t put it down The movie adaptation was atrocious so don t judge this story based on the film I always pictured Ted Knight in the role of Ted not Liev Schreiber though Mr Schreiber is a talented actor The story has a very tense claustrophobic feel and rightly so as the characters are trapped at the bottom of the oceanOne of my all time favorite uotes about learning vsxperience Do you want to understand how to ride a bicycle or do you want to get on and start ridingA very fun read Well that was very strangeThis book is a combination of psychological thriller and science fiction It follows a group of scientists as they investigate what is thought to be an alien vessel that crashed on the ocean floorCrichton s musings have a tendency to be deeply speculative of the human condition but without using language that alienates the audience I can follow his line of thinking The Stall (Pony In Training easily without getting lost This novel s plot takes a sharp left turn off the path Ixpected it to take which isn t necessarily a bad thing It just gave me an odd feeling I wasn t sure how to anticipate what was coming Shit got real weird real uickThe conclusion of this novel was genuinely shocking There were moments here and there where I felt authentic fear I had the urge to keep looking over my shoulder THIEME Atlas of Anatomy even though thevents taking place in the book didn t relate at all to what I was doing in real life But something was keeping me from investing in the characters I just couldn t relate to any of them on a personal level and I didn t much care who survived to the Sanibel Virgin end of the book It s a well written piece of sci fi and definitely a novel that fans of the genre cannjoy It doesn t compare to Crichton s Jurassic Park but still a fun ride Bullet points seem appropriate when it comes to Sphere the 1987 science fiction thriller by Michael Crichton One of the ualities about Crichton s work that I love is the unabashed clarity of his concepts and the dependable navigation of his novels Crichton doesn t seem like he s lost or should stop to ask for directions Other writers those with loftier creative ambitions perhaps tend to circle around ideas like mankind s first contact with Way of the Shaman extraterrestrials as if they ve never been in this neighborhood before Crichton doesn t take the scenic route He accelerates directly to FINISH usually provoking uite a literary rush Usually Norman Johnson a 53 year old psychologist is raced across the Pacific Ocean in a Navy helicopter Skipped from Honolulu to Guam to Pago Pago to wherever he is Norman is on the FAA s list of crash site teams and has responded to three airline disasters in the last decade The Navy has told him that there s been an airplane crash but informationn route has been murky Out of the blue appear than a dozen ships ight Navy destroyers two Remote Vehicle Support ships a Mission Support and Supply ship and a couple of Oceanic Survey and Research Vessels including the John Hawes which Norman is dropped off on Norman is taken to the project commander Captain Harold Barnes Informed that there were no survivors Norman is at a loss as to why he was summoned his specialty being the treatment of psychological trauma suffered by airline crash survivors Barnes notifies Norman that there is no aircraft It s a spacecraft And stimations are that the crash occurred three hundred years ago Norman is here because of a report the National Security Council paid him to write for the Carter administration recommending contingency plans in the The Inclusion Imperative event ofxtraterrestrial contact Norman s paper which he considered a joke at the time was titled Recommendations for the Human Contact Team to Interact with Unknown Life Forms ULF Norman is taken to meet his recommendations ted fielding is a 40 his recommendations Ted Fielding is a 40 old astrophysicist "AT THE JET PROPULSION LABORATORY POMPOUS BUT CHEERFUL HE "the Jet Propulsion Laboratory Pompous but cheerful he a science communicator who s appeared on television and is a major advocate of SETI the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence He can t wait to get down to the spacecraft which is settled only a thousand #feet beneath the surface Ted compensates for his perceived lack of accomplishment in his field #beneath the surface Ted compensates for his perceived lack of accomplishment in his field hoping this The Public-Private Partnership Handbook event will be his legacy Beth Halpern is a 36 year old zoologist biochemist at the University of Chicago She s a serious weightlifter and runner Her recent work has been studying cephalopods Her thesis is that if not for their three year life span octopi might be the dominant intelligence onarth Beth reveals to Norman that Barnes is What Next After School ? ex Navy and as a member of the Defense Science Board advises the Joint Chiefs of Staff on weapons acuisitions Harry Adams is a 30 year old mathematician at Princeton the youngest but most vital member of the team His job is to communicate with the ULF A prodigy in the field of probability he has a chip on his shoulder but is almost always right He theorizes that the spacecraft is view spoilernot from another planet hide spoiler I had some idea what toxpect when I picked up the late Michael Crichton s sci fi thriller Sphere because I d seen the movie years ago a movie I love by the way despite a lot of lambasting from the critics and grumbling from the book s fans Sure it isn t perfect with its moments of cheese and flubs nevertheless the Emerging Markets exciting chilling core of Crichton s story isvident and for me the film still stands as a great A Home of Another Kind example ofscapist cinema that mesmerizing addictive blend of science fiction and horror But I m probably forgiving than most One of my favorite movie genres is space horror There s something about the claustrophobic sueeze of the group in peril scenario as it hurtles through the freezing oxygenless void of space where no one can hear you scream Or the imperiled stranded on an uninhabited hostile planet where the very nvironment wants to kill you Alien Aliens Moon 2001 A Space Odyssey Event Hori. A group of American scientists are rushed to a huge vessel that has been discovered resting on the ocean floor in the middle of the South Pacific What they find defies their imaginations and mocks. Zon and Pitch Black just to name a few Sphere is not set in space but it might as well be It takes the reader deep into the darkest part of the ocean where unfathomable pressure forces threaten to crush and demolish where the only breathable oxygen is what you bring with you where the landscape is as alien and inhospitable as anything found in outer space A thriller should thrill It should keep you turning the pages long into the night white knuckled and on the dge of your seat Horror should unsettle and disturb you compelling you to look over your shoulder and under the bed for that unnamed threat Science fiction should challenge your concept of reality bending your mind to what s possible to what could actually be In Sphere Crichton is firing on all cylinders as a storyteller accomplishing all three of these seemingly without any African Successes, Volume I effort at all It s such a treat to see an author in this much control of his narrative I read this compulsively voraciously rarely coming up for air I can only imagine the inexorable tension I would havexperienced had I not seen the movie and therefore knew most of what to Trigger Samaniego 1 (Stallion, expect Even so the wholexperience remained thrilling and deliciously unnerving The pacing is pitch perfect Lehrbuch Der Physiologie each devastating reveal coming at thexact right moment Who or what Jerry is becomes a maddening puzzle his voice and demeanor as terrifying and memorable as HAL 9000 Back in 1993 after reading Jurassic Park see review of that book HERE I was like in Crichton mode actived So my next novel had to be by Michael CrichtonI went to the bookstore and this one was the first book that I checked and after reading the premise I found it promising So I bought it and started to read itWoWSince the beginning I was in shock amalgamated with happiness since the style and mood of the novel was astonishing good Of course by then I hadn t read yet The Andromeda Strain so the idea of gathering a group of xpert scientist to deal with something alien was something new for me P I don t know if happens to you that sometimes if you are reading a novel that it hasn t being made into a film yet I read the novel like 5 years before to be poorly adapted to a movie sometimes I imagined some actor or actress to play the role of the character in my mind an amusing thing was by then in 1993 Sharon Stone was in hype due films like Basic Instinct and Sliver so when I imagined some actress to fill my image of Dr Beth Halperin I thought in Sharon Stone that she ventually got the roleHonest to God True storyCuriously 5 years later Sharon Stone wasn t in hype any so knowing that she was casted in the role that I pictured in my mind was amusing but odd at the same timeI didn t picture Dustin Hoffman for the role of Dr Goodman no offense to Mr Hoffman which is an actor that I admired a lot but I thought in Sean Connery for that characterAnyway the film was a big dissapointment for me since it was very poor adaptation to such Sexy, Healthy, Food - 25 Clean-eats, Gluten-free Recipes excellent book so if youver watched the film and you didn t like it don t worry that s normal but please if that s the reason that you haven t read this novel yet please go and read it Of course if you have the luck of not having watched the film please PLEASE don t watch itI can assure you that the novel is way way WAY better in infinite ways than that mediocre filmI already mentioned the style and mood of the book I just want to take the topic again to mention that it was a thrilling Marketing Excellence 3 experience since you feel that the story is taken very seriously from the scientific angleAll the journey and process ofxploring the alien ship is brilliant you feel that you are there down in the bottom in the ocean with them walking with themThere is a major spoiler in this book that I won t comment here don t worry but please avoid at all costs to know that spoiler if you choose to read the book since it s that kind of spoilers that if you already knew it before of reading the book simply you will ruin all the fun of actually reading the book and making the investigation along with the scientist groupIf you like sci fi book andor techno thriller novels this is a GREAT optionHighly recommended #You Look So Unhappy Right #look so unhappy right That is a uote from my boyfriend about my face while reading this I fell asleep while reading this In the middle of the day It also took me almost three months to read Safe to say I did not YARN Essentials enjoy it I absolutely loveloved Jurassic Park who doesn t so I was reallyxcited to dive into my second Michael Crichton book Boy was it a let down I m not going to lie the writing was really good the science was fun and the characters were likable but boy was the plot L A M E I thought this was going to be some upside down interdimensional travel alien attack story but it was far from it It dragged on forever and when the action finally started it was really unimpressive REALLY unimpressive I didn t feel the same suspense I got from Jurassic Park but then again it s Jurassic Park so I did like that this book was focused on Psychology and that it Wild Wicked Scot (Highland Grooms, explored the shadow self but I thought I was going to be on thedge of my seat
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I was I was half asleep That being said what I really love about Michael Crichton s books is that he makes science really fun and Black on Blonde explains it in a way that someone who isn t scientifically inclined AKA me can understand and reallynjoy it I could also laugh at science y jokes like I knew what was going one which made me feel smart and cool So The Walters Art Museum the Art of Ancient Greece even though this one was a bust I ll still check it his other books Jurassic Park awakened my intrigue for Sci Fy and I m sure he has another spine tingling gem out there 25 stars Was debating whether to give it a 25 or a 3 with the number changing throughout the book Man this was Lukewarm Lackluster Disappointing definitely What I liked Interesting premise that held my attention up until the middle of the book where improbable things start happening and Crichton failed to make them feel real Slightly dry witty style of writing but again. Their attempts at logicalxplanation It is a spaceship of phenomenal dimensions apparently undamaged by its fall from the sky And most startling it appears to be at least three hundred years old.
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