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!READ DOWNLOAD ⚑ Prey ♔ PDF EPUB Prey In The Nevada Desert, An Experiment Has Gone Horribly Wrong 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 Evolving Swiftly, Becoming Deadly With Each Passing Hour.Every Attempt To Destroy It Has Failed.And We Are The Prey. DNF at page 175 369.Dear book, It s me, not you I was really into you in the beginning, but you lost me when you got too technical That s when I lost my interest in you There was no coming back from that While I found your premise fascinating and terrifying at the beginning, after you lost me, the premise wasn t interesting to me any This is purely me, and is not your fault You see, I have an addiction to the Kate Daniels series I was spending time with you while waiting for the buddy DNF at page 175 369.Dear book, It s me, not you I was really into you in the beginning, but you lost me when you got too technical That s when I lost my interest in you There was no coming back from that While I found your premise fascinating and terrifying at the beginning, after you lost me, the premise wasn t interesting to me any This is purely me, and is not your fault You see, I have an addiction to the Kate Daniels series I was spending time with you while waiting for the buddy reread I m doing We think we know what we are doing We have always thought so We never seem to acknowledge that we have been wrong in the past, and so might be wrong in the future Instead, each generation writes off earlier errors as the result of bad thinking by less able minds and then confidently embarks on fresh errors of its own Michael Crichton seems to have a bee in his bonnet about misuse or abuse of technology Jurassic Park, The Andromeda Strain, Congo, Next etc are all cautionary tales aboutWe think we know what we are doing We have always thought so We never seem to acknowledge that we have been wrong in the past, and so might be wrong in the future Instead, each generation writes off earlier errors as the result of bad thinking by less able minds a Artificial intelligence morphing into artificial life, threatening life as we know it Nano bots and their hive mentality, swarming and learning Sounds like a winner, but it didn t even reach mediocre for me The uber thin characterizations capped it I remember liking this author s Jurass I remember I first learned that Jurassic Park was actually a book that was sometime last year Well, I read it this year, and Jurassic Park turned out to be one of the best books I ve ever read And then I saw Prey by Michael Crichton the genius behind Jurassic Park and figured There s no way this is as good as Jurassic Park After reading it, though, I found out that Prey is another home run by Michael Crichton, a spectacular book comparable to Jurassic Park, and probably a top three book I remember I first learned that Jurassic Park was actually a book that was sometime last year Well, I read it this year, and Jurassic Park turned out to be one of the best books I ve ever read And then I saw Prey by Michael Crichton the genius behind Jurassic Park and figured There s no way this is as good as Jurassic Park After reading it, though, I found out that Prey is another home run by Michael Crichton, a spectacular book comparable to Jurassic Park, and probably a top three book I ve ever read not counting The Series of Unfortunate Events, of course.Prey is a first person story about Jack Foreman, a former employee at MediaTronics sorry if I mess up the plotline I finished the book in January Jack, unfortunately, got fired 8 14 8 14 It was always going to be asking too much to go 3 for 3 5 star ratings for both Jurassic Park and Timeline This was still a fairly entertaining book I think the science was there, for some reason Crichton fails to add in the element of horror or fear This results in a big So, what factor Still I used to love Crichton I got on a kick in high school where I read Jurassic Park, Terminal Man, Andromeda Strain, and Congo, and I liked them all The stories and characters were overused stereotypes, but I always felt like I learned something because Crichton did such thorough research.The last 2 I tried to read were Timeline and Prey I couldn t even finish either one The science was SOOO bad I don t know if I ve just gottensophisticated, or if he s jumped the shark, but I can t imag I used to love Crichton I got on a kick in high school where I read Jurassic Park, Terminal Man, Andromeda Strain, and Congo, and I liked them all The stories and characters were overused stereotypes, but I always felt like I learned something because Crichton did such thorough research.The last 2 I tried to read were Timeline and Prey I couldn t even finish either one The science was SOOO bad I don t know if I ve just gottensophisticated, or if he s jumped the shark, but I can t imagine trying to re Crichton is pretty much the king of speculative science fiction From dinosaurs, to diseases, to genetic engineering, to, in the case of Prey, nanotechnology If you read a Crichton book and don t say to yourself, Damn Science is scary , then you missed the point This was not my favorite book of his, but it was very good The thrills, the mystery, and terror all combined for a pretty intense experience One of my issues with it, though, was how bizarre and out there some of the plot twists w Crichton is pretty much the king of speculative science fiction From dinosaurs, to diseases, to genetic engineering, to, in the case of Prey, nanotechnology If y David and Jack talking about the rogue micro robotic swarm outside the facility Jack So what you re telling me is that this swarm reproduces, is self sustaining, learns from experience, has collective intelligence, and can innovate to solve problems David Yes Jack Which means for all practical purposes, it s aliveyou realize that you re talking about a mechanical plague that s what you ve got here It s just a bacterial plague, or a viral plague Except it s mechanical organisms David and Jack talking about the rogue micro robotic swarm outside the facility Jack So what you re telling me