The Lost World book by Michael Crichton

Born in Chicago on October 23, 1942, Michael Crichton rose to fame when director Steven Spielberg adapted his book Jurassic Park to screen, making it the highest grossing film of all times. The best known author of Jurassic Park, Michael Crichton was also a producer, director, screenwriter and a medical doctor. His works in the genres of thrillers, science and medical fiction are an important contribution to modern literature. Crichton lost the battle of life to cancer in 2008.

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Crichton’s first book, Odds On was published in 1966 under the pen name of John Lange. One year later came Scratch One followed by Easy go and A Case of Need which won him an Edgar Award in 1969. The year 1969 was an important one for Michael Crichton; he published three books including The Andromeda Strain, the most significant novel of his career, The Andromeda Strain became a best selling title and in 1971 was released as a film directed by Robert Wise. The book was also adapted to television in a mini-series in 2008. The other two books published in 1969 were Zero Cool and The Venom Business.

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Besides writing gripping fictions, Crichton has produced a number of significant non-fiction works on medical and scientific themes such as Five Patients (1970), Jasper Johns (1970), Electronic Life (1983) and Travels (1988). Other than writing books, the talented Michael Crichton also wrote and directed a number of films and television series.

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