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Summary The Andromeda Strain is a strain that gets caught on a satellite thats orbiting the earth Due to an accident the satellite comes crashing down to earth It lands in a remote part of the country and the government decides to investigate When they send a team of two into the city they find bodies something they did not expect to see They continue to travel and survey the area but they loose communication with the two and decide to call the professionals The professionals send a plane armed with an infrared camera over the area and it picks up a picture that shows three warm bodies Two of those bodies are the men they had sent in and the third is a man dressed in white still living They call up a team of scientists and that team moves into the area The scientists single out the deadly strain in a huge underground lab room that has all kinds of gismos and gadgets The room is prepared for nuclear destruction if the virus is not controlled successfully The four-scientist needed to work very quickly to find the antidote While they are working the door seal breaks and they needed to work even faster To find out the ending you will need to read the book but heres a hint it has to do with breathing The ending is very abrupt and is an all of a sudden kind of thing Crichton could have done better he did do better This book seemed to be a trial Description The Andromeda Strain is Michael Crichtons first bestseller It is a very drawn out Science Fiction book I would call it Science Fiction because of the idea behind it the worlds first encounter with a biological alien weapon I thought it was not one of his better books due to the very detailed description of every character but the plot was
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