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User Review  - tabascofromgudreads - LibraryThing

Horrible, horrible, unreadable stuff. Once the modern folks happen to find themselves in the Middle Ages, there are a couple of half-assed comments on how different things are for them, and about them ... Read full review

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User Review  - DinadansFriend - LibraryThing

Michael Crichton is not one of my favourite writers, and this was a moment of weakness. Knowing that it was being released as a film, I got the book from the library. It is a moderately interesting ... Read full review

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User Review  - emmytuck - LibraryThing

I'm not typically an adventure/action fan, but I saw the movie and really liked that, so, of course, I had to try the book. But as I said I'm not an action fan and I have a harder time reading action than watching it so I probably should have known how this would go. Just wasn't for me. Read full review

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User Review  - eclecticdodo - LibraryThing

The first 160 pages of this book are set-up. Tedious details that mostly have no bearing on the rest of the story. Yes, there's some decent stuff in there, but I'd say it could have been covered in 30 ... Read full review

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User Review  - mzonderm - LibraryThing

Crichton violates the fundamental rule of time travel. His characters take action in the past with no mention of how their actions might change the future. For me, this blaring fault outweighed anything that might have been good about this book. Read full review

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User Review  - iftyzaidi - LibraryThing

By far the worse Michael Crichton book I have read. The historical portrait he draws is absurd, the narrative is forced, with far too many coincidences and deus ex machina moments, but most damning is the terrible quality of the writing. A far cry from his best, or even his middling works. Read full review

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User Review  - steve_w - LibraryThing

Weak science, weak plotting, weak history. A good idea ruined - Crichton just about manages to retain the reader's interest, but don't look too closerly Read full review

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If you think that this book explains quantum mechanics then your are being
suckered. What the author tries to describe here is not only ridiculous but also pointlessly ridiculous. Should have tried to read a book or two before writing this one.

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User Review  - jerry-book - LibraryThing

Compare this to John Varley's Mammoth. Read full review

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