The year is 1876. Warring Indian tribes still populate America’s western territories even as lawless gold-rush towns begin to mark the landscape. In much of the country it is still illegal to espouse evolution. Against this backdrop two monomaniacal paleon
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it was amazing
Another posthumous offering from Crichton. I hope they keep finding them! This book was great! It is a western – pure and simple – gunfights, saloons, Indian war controversy, and even the appearance of some famous Western names. But, instead of gold nuggets, the treasure is dinosaur bones.
It’s something I think people really don’t think about. One of the best sources of dinosaur bones is the American West, and their discovery began right in the middle of all the tobacco chewing, stage coach hold
Nine years after the untimely demise of the bright Dr. Michael Crichton a good writer , more talented than many believed, his third posthumous novel Dragon Teeth, is published (he’s been busier than numerous authors still technically alive) . If you’re looking for an early version of Jurassic Park you will be disappointed, but this book has a feel to it that will keep you turning the page…Essentially the story of two ruthless pioneering paleontologists , historical figures, and great rivals in
really liked it
Unlike so many ghost-written novels that are ‘polished’ after an author’s death, Dragon Teeth does feel like the completed manuscript it is purported to be. In fact, it reads very much like one of Michael Crichton’s earlier historical novels – The Great Train Robbery, Eaters of the Dead, and even (to some extent) Congo. It is a leaner, simpler sort of story, more concerned with the facts of the past than the theories of the future.
Readers with an interest in paleontology are likely already famil