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When I travel I like to have a book that I know I'll enjoy reading.  If you have to wait around airports, or your aircraft entertainment system is being a poo, or you're in hotels waiting for the sweetie to wake up, it's good to have something easy and entertaining to read.

For this trip I chose to take Prey, by Michael Crichton.  I picked my copy up at a Bookcrossing meetup, but it hadn't been registered.  I read it in 2005 and enjoyed it so much I decided to keep it.  I didn't read it as fast as I did last time (I had to make sure I didn't read the whole thing before the trip was over!), but enjoyed it just as much (and the good thing about dementia is I'd forgotten most of it so could enjoy it all over again).


kapgar said:

That’s funny because a coworker and I were just talking about getting back into Crichton. He started Jurassic Park again a couple weeks ago and I’m going to do the same when I finish a couple that are already started. Looking forward to it. There’s also another posthumous one that is dinosaur hunters but of the nine variety in late 1800s America. I’d never heard of it and now want to read it. It’s called Dragon Teeth. Sounds like it could almost be a precursor to Jurassic Park/World.

May 14, 2018 4:42 AM


Kazza the Blank One said:

Oh right.. cool.. yeah I've loved the Crichton books I've read (of which there's only been a couple)

May 14, 2018 8:25 PM


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