Timeline #2020

[Timeline] >> Michael Crichton In an Arizona desert, a man wanders in a daze, speaking words that make no sense Within twenty four hours he is dead, his body swiftly cremated by his only known associates Halfway around the world, archaeologists make a shocking discovery at a medieval site Suddenly they are swept off to the headquarters of a secretive multinational corporation that has developed an asIn an Arizona desert, a man wanders in a daze, speaking words that make no sense Within twenty four hours he is dead, his body swiftly cremated by his only known associates Halfway around the world, archaeologists make a shocking discovery at a medieval site Suddenly they are swept off to the headquarters of a secretive multinational corporation that has developed an astounding technology Now this group is about to get a chance not to study the past but to enter it And with history opened up to the present, the dead awakened to the living, these men and women will soon find themselves fighting for their very survival six hundred years ago.
Timeline In an Arizona desert a man wanders in a daze speaking words that make no sense Within twenty four hours he is dead his body swiftly cremated by his only known associates Halfway around the world a

  • Title: Timeline
  • Author: Michael Crichton
  • ISBN: 9780099244721
  • Page: 330
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Timeline Author: Michael Crichton

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    About the Author

    Michael Crichton

    Michael Crichton 1942 2008 was one of the most successful novelists of his generation, admired for his meticulous scientific research and fast paced narrative He graduated summa cum laude and earned his MD from Harvard Medical School in 1969 His first novel, Odds On 1966 , was written under the pseudonym John Lange and was followed by seven Lange novels He also wrote as Michael Douglas and Jeffery Hudson His novel A Case of Need won the Edgar Award in 1969 Popular throughout the world, he has sold than 200 million books His novels have been translated into thirty eight languages, and thirteen have been made into films.Michael Crichton passed away from lymphoma in 2008 He was 66 years old.

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    • Henry Avila said:
      Apr 01, 2020 - 10:46 AM

      In the world of pseudoscience, the subject of time travel is always entertaining , fascinating and downright shall we say, funImagine going back to any year, in the distant, obscure past, reachable now taking a peek, looking around the corner , at the mysteries, seeing actual situations and judging for yourself What was real, not myths, legends or fabrications a polite word for lies , meeting important, famous people in history books, places that are long gone or in ruins now, yet still captures [...]

    • Stacey said:
      Apr 01, 2020 - 10:46 AM

      Another one star book for the so bad it pissed me off category I so wanted to like this book Up until this book I think I read nearly everything Crichton wrote Timeline, in my opinion, had a great premise Swashbuckler disguised as Sci Fi The problem I had was that Crichton tried too hard to explain his premises, and ended up making a jumble that even he couldn t untangle This book was supposed to have all the good stuff time travel, knights, castles, fighting, suspense But the characters don t e [...]

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      Apr 01, 2020 - 10:46 AM

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      Apr 01, 2020 - 10:46 AM

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    • Space said:
      Apr 01, 2020 - 10:46 AM

      This was the first Crichton novel I read, which is probably to his advantage I knew it was fiction, so I was able to pick it up and cruise right through it Had I started on The Andromeda Strain, or Airframe, I might have thought he was a non fiction writer and not given him a proper chance As it turns out, I was instantly hooked, and began to furiously and ferociously collect everything I could get my hands on by Michael Crichton Now I ve read most of his novels, and have met him in person see p [...]

    • John said:
      Apr 01, 2020 - 10:46 AM

      I loved this book and then some arse made a really crap film and the book lost some of its shine I couldn t rid my mind of the film set and actors.I still quite like the book.

    • Apatt said:
      Apr 01, 2020 - 10:46 AM

      The very concept of time travel makes no sense, since time doesn t flow The fact that we think time passes is just an accident of our nervous systems of the way things look to us In reality, time doesn t pass we pass Time itself is invariant It just is Therefore, past and future aren t separate locations, the way New York and Paris are separate locations There is a reason why Crichton was a blockbusting bestselling author, he had a knack for explaining things that do not make sense in such a way [...]

    • Joe Valdez said:
      Apr 01, 2020 - 10:46 AM

      The next stop in my time travel marathon November being Science Fiction Month was Timeline, Michael Crichton s 1999 thriller Crichton was not what I think of as a prolific writer he published sixteen novels in his lifetime under this own name, beginning in 1969 with The Andromeda Strain Perhaps the movies produced from most of these titles make it seem like Crichton was everywhere I d like to think that maybe the author devoted the time between novels conducting backbreaking research With Timeli [...]

    • Jim said:
      Apr 01, 2020 - 10:46 AM

      This was a good one When you step into a time machine, fax yourself through a quantum foam wormhole, and step out in feudal France circa 1357, be very, very afraid If you aren t strapped back in precisely 37 hours after your visit begins, you ll miss the quantum bus back to 1999 and be stranded in a civil war, caught between crafty abbots, mad lords, and peasant bandits all eager to cut your throat You ll also have to dodge catapults that hurl sizzling pitch over castle battlements On the social [...]

    • Paul O'Neill said:
      Apr 01, 2020 - 10:46 AM

      A time travelling, sword swinging, science laden, probability speaking, historically interesting, magnificent tale Even though Crichton is a popular author, I think he s underrated At least that s what I think in the two books I ve read the other being Jurassic Park I must read of his work Anybody got any suggestions The format of this book is perfect The way each chapter ended with a cliff hanger reminded me of George R.R Martin It creates something that you just don t want to put down Absolut [...]

    • Eric said:
      Apr 01, 2020 - 10:46 AM

      I ve never been terribly impressed with Michael Crichton He writes excellent action and adventure scenes, but his characters always seem flat and one dimensional, never doing much than dodging dinosaurs or white gorillas Not surprisingly, what I feel is his best novel to date, Disclosure, lacks the heart pounding action and delves into conflicts between characters, which I found much compelling I had high hopes for Timeline, a weighty book that had drawn good reviews from the few publications [...]

    • Lisa said:
      Apr 01, 2020 - 10:46 AM

      This book was my introduction to Crichton and I fell in love I fell in love because this is an author who does extensive research on the subjects he writes about So he not only entertains, he teaches you something in the process In Timeline, Crichton combines science quantum technology and history medieval in a heart stopping adventure A group of historians are given the opportunity to literally enter life in fourteenth century feudal France But this is not your typical time travel story.

    • Dana Kenedy (Dana and the Books) said:
      Apr 01, 2020 - 10:46 AM

      This book This is THE book for me.

    • StoryTellerShannon said:
      Apr 01, 2020 - 10:46 AM

      Since there are over 1400 reviews, no need for me to list the details of the story They re at other posts Here s my feeling of the reading experience STRENGTHS OF THIS NOVEL movement, pacing, good concept, events are well stringed alongWEAKNESSES OF THIS NOVEL characters lack depth, believability issues sometimes, not enough details to feel one is actually in the medieval ages, characters seem to get out of problems too easily i.e lots of other people die around them but the main people do not O [...]

    • John said:
      Apr 01, 2020 - 10:46 AM

      A Mad Scientist has built up a corporation to exploit his discovery that people can be squirted into the past, and returned the same way, through wormholes in the quantum foam Well, not quite In the schema of this novel, actual time travel is impossible It is also impossible to transfer physical items any larger than the scale of the quantum foam from one parallel universe to another It is, however, possible to strip a macroscopic object e.g a human being down to its basic information and squirt [...]

    • Vladimir Ćeha said:
      Apr 01, 2020 - 10:46 AM

      Za Majkla Krajtona sam se ponovo zainteresovao gledaju i seriju Westworld, pa sam uzeo iz biblioteke prvu njegovu knjigu na koju sam nai ao Krajtona pamtim kao nekoga ko pi e odli ne akcione scene i iji su zapleti intrigantni, na tetu likova koji su ne to slabije razra eni.Takav utisak odr ao se i do danas Mre a vremena nije roman o putovanju kroz vreme iako bismo to prvo pomislili, ve o putovanju u druge univerzume Krajton je puno pa nje posvetio nau nom aspektu pri e, pa je prvi deo pre odlask [...]

    • Rad Ryan said:
      Apr 01, 2020 - 10:46 AM

      A novel for all time The one who made me to love books.At my age when I read it, I was likeWHAT THE HELL, WHAT s THE MEANING OF THAT WORD I was13at that time, I always make a fool out of myself My classmates were asking me how can I understand it or do I understand it, all kinds of questions who irritates me 3 months 1 book I mean how hurtful and so hateful with it There are books than to read And my goal for my life is to read than 100 books or even I HATE NOVELS coughs not any I love Michae [...]

    • Jackie said:
      Apr 01, 2020 - 10:46 AM

      Time travel gets me almost everytime This novel was exciting and unique, I could hardly put it down Cool quantum technology that I barely understood aside, I felt like I was transported to the 100 Years War along with the team that sets out to find the Professor And that s what makes a good novel into a great novel for me, and Timeline delivered.One of Crichton s best.And I got a crush on Marek so that helps in keeping it on my favorite book list I think I ll read in again soon.

    • Stephen said:
      Apr 01, 2020 - 10:46 AM

      2.0 stars My least favorite Michael Crichton novel I just never became interested in any of the characters or the story line.

    • misha said:
      Apr 01, 2020 - 10:46 AM

      Total piece of crap book that I got from a book swap That said, while I did a lot of skimming, this was a perfectly fine book to read while on mass transit as long as I kept the cover down so that no one would know that I was reading crap And now you know that I sometimes read crap.

    • Werner said:
      Apr 01, 2020 - 10:46 AM

      My reaction to this book was a lot favorable than Stacey s but I do have to agree with some of her criticisms Because of his hard sci fi orientation, Crichton insisted on trying to extrapolate an explanation for time travel from existing science, his vehicle being quantum theory Since this is too complex and counter intuitive for most people to understand and some of us suspect it of being a bunch of hooey anyway , the explanation doesn t serve much purpose, and does wind up being a jumble Time [...]

    • Rachele said:
      Apr 01, 2020 - 10:46 AM

      Bello bello bello bello Con un finale che mi ha fatto scendere la lacrimuccia da quanto dolce dopo tanta crudelt L autore ci fa immergere nell epoca medievale e pi precisamente in Francia durante la guerra dei cent anni che vede fronteggiare francesi e inglesi Quanta crudelt ci pu essere nella mente degli uomini Avvincente perch ci mostra il modo di parlare per noi davvero singolare, i costumi e il modo di vivere una cosa che nei libri apprezzo davvero molto Non ho dato 5 stelle solo perch l ini [...]

    • Ashley *Hufflepuff Kitten* said:
      Apr 01, 2020 - 10:46 AM

      After watching the movie again I m torn It feels like the movie and the book almost tell different stories, or at the very least maybe they tell the same story in very different ways There s a lot in the book that either takes a backseat or isn t in the movie at all, and vice versa I think the biggest difference is that the movie simplifies a lot of the book s exposition, and gives us of the Claire Marek story, which I do appreciate because that bit of the ending felt a smidge rushed in the nov [...]

    • Damon said:
      Apr 01, 2020 - 10:46 AM

      Crichton takes another swing at time travel After a brainy first act that presents a layman s comprehension of quantum physics, the narrative shifts admirably into a traditional adventure story about a group of college students trapped in France during the Hundred Years War, who have to use their modern educations of the 17th century to survive and get back home One of the things I like about the science in Crichton s books is that it feels like he is explaining it to himself even as he explain [...]

    • Alicja said:
      Apr 01, 2020 - 10:46 AM

      Rating 3 5 Summary A mysterious company has been developing new quantum technologies A mysterious archeological site in France founded by the mysterious company leads a professor to seek answers from those who provide his research funding The professor s grad students find modern objects at the site dating back to the 14th century The professor is trapped in time and they must attempt a rescueReview Here is what I loved about it 1 The research into theoretical physics and perfectly blurring the [...]

    • Bhanuj said:
      Apr 01, 2020 - 10:46 AM

      Never judge a book by its cover Also, never judge one by the plot written at the back Timeline by Michael Crichton is a time hop action drama, traversing the present and the fourteenth century medieval past.History gets opened up to the present as a professor is marooned in the fourteenth century medieval world His students are swept off to the headquarters of ITC, the multinational organization that made the technology possible The plan is to send them back in time and rescue the professor, but [...]

    • Patrice Hoffman said:
      Apr 01, 2020 - 10:46 AM

      Another great read by the late Michael Crichton I always feel a little smarter after having read one of his novels because of his writing approach and how he offers nuggets of factual information These factual nuggets are what makes his novels so popular They are well researched and laid out in a way that isn t intimidating to the reader I was extremely excited that this turned out to be an adventure story wrapped up in pretty science fiction wrapping paper, topped of historical fiction as it s [...]

    • Lynn said:
      Apr 01, 2020 - 10:46 AM

      It seems a lot of people feel this was one of Crichton s weaker efforts but I enjoyed reading this It may be that, beyond the opening, there was not as much technology driven plot as there was medieval adventure and romance I thought it was entertaining and found that Crichton was able to keep me interested while I was reading.Not a bad way to spend your reading time.

    • Kathryn said:
      Apr 01, 2020 - 10:46 AM

      I was stunned at the lack of character description in this book It s no wonder these novels are made so easily into screenplays Granted, it s only the second Crichton novel I ve ever read, so perhaps I should know better The premise of Timeline was strangely dichotomous pro anti science I m not sure if the author is implying that people are what make innovations morally wrong, or that extreme innovations are morally wrong by themselves This story is another instance of the low tech scientists in [...]

    • Rebecca ♥ Ash, Kishan, Magnus ♥ said:
      Apr 01, 2020 - 10:46 AM

      This is a great adventure As Michael Crichton says, he wanted to try something new with an old genre, and he succeeded I think he did an excellent job with the science as well Unless you are an expert in the field, Crichton can convince you just long enough, that it might be possible.

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