[Ebook] Travels By Michael Crichton – Writerscompany.co.uk

Travels Medical Student, Writer, Film Director, Modern Day Adventurer, Michael Crichton Now Gives His Fans An Extraordinarily Candid And Revealing Account Of His Most Enthralling And Important Journeys Physical, Emotional, And Psychic During The Past Two Decades In A Book Every Bit As Riveting As His Bestselling Novels.


About the Author: Michael Crichton

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10 thoughts on “Travels

  1. says:

    This book narrowly edges out Fyodor Dostoevsky s The Brothers Karamazov as the best book I have ever read I now read this book yearly, sometimes twice a year if I cannot wait long enough to read it again Let me say, first of all, that I have read damn near all of Michael Crichton s work, from books to speeches to magazine articles To me, Crichton is only an above average writer What makes him special is the way that he thinks Crichton is, in my opinion, one of the greatest and most


  2. says:

    There are lots of good reasons not to like or to outright dislike Michael Crichton s Travels.He shares very directly his understanding about how women differ from men during the 1980s compared to his experiences in the 60s and 70s He studies things like psychic powers and auras and spoon bending He gets married again and again He might be at his most sympathetic while talking to a cactus The chapter on Sean Connery felt too much like name dropping though I liked Connery s advice always tel


  3. says:

    Usually I avoid the most popular books, but because of a high recommendation I decided to read up on Michael Crichton, the author of books like Jurassic Park and Congo.The book begins with Michael, the medical student, figuring out how to use a chainsaw to cut the head of a cadaver in half First I thought that he was a de Vinci doing some research for a book However, he did attend medical school supported by his side job of writing books In the end he just didn t fit the philosophy and soci Usual


  4. says:

    I found it appalling that Michael Crichton so calmly depicts waiting outside a brothel in Asia while his host has sex with children I suppose we re supposed to think he s a good guy for not indulging himself, but the fact that he is having a conversation with someone while they wait, and never objecting or contacting authorities is shocking to me As Edmund Burke said, all that s necessary for evil to prevail is for good men to do nothing After reading this book, I don t know that I d even b I found it a


  5. says:

    Travels is one of my favorite books I ve read it at least three times in my life It is Michael Crichton s autobiography detailing his life in medical school, but most of all his travels around the wor...


  6. says:

    the end of all our exploring will be to arrive where we started and know the place for the first time. T.S EliotI believe that if you have truly travelled, you will no longer be the same person you started out as So for me, travel automatically also includes inner change, be it intellectual, emotional, spiritual, social or personal I m also slowly learning the significance of events that change you as a person things that may not necessarily be immediately significant but add up to make the end of all our exploring


  7. says:

    It is easy to fall in love with Crichton s writing It immediately grasps you as solid writing It is funny, easy, polished, gripping when it needs to be, authentic in both styles fiction and memoir and it stays with you long after the reading has ended There is not a single excess word in all his writing there is a purpose for every word, every phrase, and every chapter You just know you are in the presence of great writing.In the span of 353 page book, it is not until after the first 80 It is easy to fall in love with Crich


  8. says:

    This book came highly recommended, but I was disappointed in Crichton s travel book There were several stories relating to Crichton s experiences in exotic places, but much of it was preoccupied with his early years in medical school and later, dealings with meditation, mystics, and his inner journey, which was not at all what I was expecting or looking for And the picture the author paints of himself through these adventures is not altogether a flattering one The one good thing that came out This book came highly recommended, but


  9. says:

    I m actually only in the medical school chapters, but I love them enough to rate this book highly already I ve never been a huge fan of Crichton s fiction, but I always liked his prose and I m delighted to be reading this account of his life, philosophy, struggles, and revelations Thanks for recommending, AL Update 6 1 13 I loved the beginning of this book chronicling mediical school and I very much enjoyed most of his travel journals though I did find myself leaning toward bitterness wh I m actually only in the me...


  10. says:

    I think I first saw the cover of this book when I was about 13 and the mystery of it grabbed me even then It s a hard to find book Not as popular as Crichton s works of fiction But I happened upon a copy a few weeks ago and devoured it in two days.Travels is the story of Crichton s life from Harvard medical school to internationally acclaimed author of Sphere and Jurassic Park But what makes itthan a jerk off self important autobiography is how Crichton talks openly and honestly about I think I first saw the cover of this book when I was about


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