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“Michael Crichton’s The Andromeda Strain, one of the decent early novels”

Is it possible you were drunk when writing that? But that book STILL manages to stick in my Top Five Dullest Damn Book’s ever. And I’ve read Atlas Shrugged and Madame Bovary


A) Read the book at a very early age (13 or 14) and I remember it as being excellent. That I still recall how the cure is discovered says a lot about Chricton’s writing as the memory’s lasted over thirty years.

2) I quote your column to people here in Phoenix, AZ, in the US of A. I just don’t tell them what area the TV columnist I like is from.


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