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The Passing of a Legend: Michael Crichton

Michael Crichton, one of the most prolific medical writers didn’t win a Pulitzer or a national book award for his writings, however, his books sold as many as 150 million copies around the globe. His movie and TV credits were equally as impressive including Jurassic Park and the successful television series ER.

The New York Times said, “Reviewers often complained that Mr. Crichton’s characters were wooden, that his ear for dialogue was tin and that his science was suspect. Environmentalists raged against his skeptical views on climate change, first expressed in the 2004 novel, “State of Fear,” and subsequently in various public forums. Even…

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