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Paperback Published: 26/08/2008
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Publisher: Verlagsgruppe Random House GmbH
ISBN: 9783442466726

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“Next”

Good all rounder, as with all Crichton books, it makes you think about the general state of society, and brings the issue of genetics and the repocussionsof medling to with nature to your attention, but in parts, the... More

Paperback edition
25th October 2007
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“Next”

Okay not Crichton's best book but still enjoyable, the storylines were a little bit confusing to begin with but once you get into the book it starts making sense. Wasn't a fan of all the newspaper clipping... More

Paperback edition
18th January 2011
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“Next”

Bit of a potboiler, but held my attention for a day or two. Easy Read. Facinating story in places and a bit far fetched in others. Generally a great read for holidays.

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18th February 2008
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