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If up until now I have been saying about each book that it was the best book I have ever read I was lying because compared with this book they all come down to nothing For four days I have been reading non stop all 370 or so pages and thats a first for me in English or HebrewHighly recommended to all si-fi fans out-there I find it hard to condense the plot of 370 pages to just a few pages however I will try my bestIt all starts in mid-ocean a group of scientists each a specialist in his field is sent down sea to investigate a strange finding The project is classified -- top secret no information must flow in or out It turns out that the us navy had stumbled on to a strange craft of some sort The navy believes that it is a space -- craft not of earthly origin as the technology used to construct the craft is yet unknown to humans The group as it turns out is a part of a project that Norman the psychologist in the group was assigned to years before by the army in case of first contact with alien beings They are now out to fulfill their mission with great uncertaintiesThroughout the book Crichton raises some very interesting question about the possible encounter with alien beings Questions like how is it possible to communicate with a being that might be four dimensional and has a totally different conception of the universe Or what if the alien breaths cyanide or some other poisonous gas and might inadvertently kill humans not understanding the concept of LIVING Back in the story our heroes go aboard the ship and to their amazement they find English encryption that suggest that its origin is earthly They finally figure out that the ship is probably from the future and that due to a malfunction something happened to it
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