Michael Crichton
Books and Stories

Michael Crichton (b. 1942 - d. 2008) has sold at least 150 million books in thirty-six languages; thirteen have been made into films. His better-known books include The Andromeda Strain, Congo and Jurassic Park. His film Westworld (1973) was the first to employ computer-generated special effects. His stories have won a variety of awards, including an Edgar Allen Poe award from the Mystery Writers of America for A Case of Need; he has also had a dinosaur named after him - Crichtonsaurus bohlini.Select a novel or story title to see the inventions from that work:

Runaway, Tri-Star Pictures, 1985

The Andromeda Strain, Alfred A. Knopf, 1969

The Terminal Man, Knopf, 1972

 

 

 

 

 

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