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I read Michael Crichtons The Lost World reg In the following paragraphs I will not only explain the book but also give my critique of it I will also give a paragraph that was probably the best paragraph in the book in my opinion The book starts out with Ian Malcolm a mathematician who had already had an experience with live dinosaurs a couple of years ago on another island He has pretty much blocked that experience from his mind Anyway it also talks about a man named Doctor Levine This man talks at a lecture that Malcolm is watching about the theory of there being a lost world an island undiscovered that has extinct animals on it particularly dinosaurs Malcolm dismisses this idea saying that is the dumbest thing he ever heard After the lecture Levine talks to Malcolm to help him in finding this Lost World Malcolm again dismisses him After a couple weeks of Levine nagging him he sort of gets more into the idea and starts to believe it Levine Narrows it down to one island Isla Sorna and just leaves without telling anyone Two of Levines students Kelly and Arby get worried when he wasnt there to teach their class because they were supposed to go on a field trip with him that day They go to a guy named Doctor Thorne a guy that was making specialized equipment for their trip He said that he didnt know what was going on They contact Malcolm and they go to Levines apartment They go to his computer room and see all this stuff on the wall about site B They go onto the computer and Arby gets all this stuff about site B on it Malcolm then finds out that the island that Levine went to was Isla Sorna They plan this whole trip to go there just Malcolm Thorne and Thornes assistant Eddie They also call a woman named Sarah
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