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Fiction & Poetry, Modern & Contemporary Fiction
Paperback Published on: 06/08/2007
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Synopsis

The Number One international bestselling author of Jurassic Park, Congo and Sphere blends fact and fiction to create a near-future where genetic engineering opens up a whole new world of terrifying, page-turning possibilities…

Is a loved one missing body parts?
Are blondes becoming extinct?
Has a human already cross-bred with a monkey?

We live in a GENETIC WORLD. Fast, frightening – and potentially VERY lucrative. There are designer pets; a genetic cure for drug addiction; a booming market in eggs and sperm. But is there also a talking ape in Borneo? Has a 'master' gene for controlling others been found? Could an innocent man and his family be hunted cross-country because they happen to have certain valuable genes …

Are you ready for what comes NEXT in Michael Crichton's stunning new thriller?

  • Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
  • ISBN: 9780007241002
  • Number of pages: 528
  • Weight: 280g
  • Dimensions: 178 x 111 x 31 mm

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Good all rounder, as with all Crichton books, it makes you think about the general state of society, and brings the issue of genetics and the repocussionso... READ MORE
Samantha Fillary
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Okay not Crichton's best book but still enjoyable, the storylines were a little bit confusing to begin with but once you get into the book it starts making... READ MORE
Ecowitch
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Bit of a potboiler, but held my attention for a day or two. Easy Read. Facinating story in places and a bit far fetched in others. Generally a great read... READ MORE
Stella Clery-Ackland
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Although i found this an interesting read in the sense that it made me think about the future possibilities of genetics and gene therapy, the actual story ... READ MORE
Julie Griffiths
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I've just finished reading "Next" and I actually thought it was a really good read. It does take a slightly different approach to Crichton's previous novel... READ MORE
Katie Leeson