Prey

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Harper Collins, Nov 11, 2003 - Fiction - 507 pages
3 Reviews

In the Nevada desert, an experiment has gone horriblywrong. A cloud of nanoparticles -- micro-robots -- has escaped from the laboratory. This cloud is self-sustaining and self-reproducing. It is intelligent and learns from experience. For all practical purposes, it is alive.

It has been programmed as a predator. It is evolvingswiftly, becoming more deadly with each passing hour.

Every attempt to destroy it has failed.

And we are the prey.

 

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Contents

Section 1
5
Section 2
37
Section 3
60
Section 4
83
Section 5
99
Section 6
132
Section 7
143
Section 8
166
Section 18
323
Section 19
339
Section 20
356
Section 21
364
Section 22
376
Section 23
394
Section 24
411
Section 25
426

Section 9
179
Section 10
198
Section 11
210
Section 12
235
Section 13
246
Section 14
256
Section 15
264
Section 16
282
Section 17
305
Section 26
441
Section 27
460
Section 28
472
Section 29
483
Section 30
492
Section 31
494
Section 32
503
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Michael Crichton (1942—2008) was the author of the groundbreaking novels The Great Train Robbery, Jurassic Park, Disclosure, Prey, State of Fear, and Next, among many others. His books have sold more than 200 million copies worldwide, have been translated into thirty-eight languages, and have provided the basis for fifteen feature films. He was the director of Westworld, Coma, The Great Train Robbery and Looker, as well as the creator of ER. Crichton remains the only writer to have a number one book, movie, and TV show in the same year.

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