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Jurassic Park by Michael Crichton is an incredible book which describes genetic engineering and the creation of an extinct species Michael Crichton uses marvelous detail throughout the book As great as the book is it is not that appropriate for children who are 15 and under because of the gore description violence and obscenities through out the storyJurassic Park is a great book Michael Crichton uses such descriptive detail that you could picture everything that is going on like you are watching a movie There is not one moment of boredom in the book Every second something new is happening or another problem in the park occurs These things make the book very hard to put down Jurassic Park is a marvelous book with a great plot Yet later it becomes inappropriate for children The first thing that makes Jurassic Park not appropriate for young children is that it is amazingly gory Michael Crichton describes people and animals being killed in a very descriptive manner When Dennis Nedry the computer programmer was on his way to the dock to deliver frozen dinosaurs embryos to another genetic engineering company a concrete barrier was in his way He got out of his car and started to run into the jungle When he reached the jungle river he heard a soft hooting cry When he turned around he saw a dilophasaur standing directly in front of him Suddenly the dilophasaur spit at him The novel refers to this by saying Nedryfelt an excruciating pain in his eyes stabbing like spikes in the back of his skull It then says Slowly the realization came to him He was blindThen there was a new searing pain like a fiery knife in his belly and then Nedry stumbledthen there was a new pain on both sides of his head The pain grew worse and as he was lifted to his feet he knew the dinosaur had his head
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