The Lost World Mass Market Paperback – 1 Oct 1996
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"Another monster hit by a giant of a writer" (The Daily Express)
"The Lost World moves at a spanking pace ... recommended as first-rate entertainment" (The Spectator)
"Gripping" (Sunday Express) --This text refers to the Paperback edition.
The action-packed bestselling sequel to Jurassic Park. --This text refers to the Paperback edition.See all Product Description
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Top Customer Reviews
I have this as my favourites on my kindle and I always re-read it every now and again.
if you have the film or seen the film then try the book it self becasue after you read this book you will wish they didn't miss anything off.
When i went to see this at its movie release after reading the book several times already i was disgusted how much it was changed. As Ian Malcolm I find Jeff Goldblum annoying, Didn' t see the point in Vince Vaughan's character who isn't in the book and the girl Kelly, who was suppose to be Malcolm's daughter WTF. Do yourself a favour read the book ignore the film.
Ian Malcom was killed the book Jurassic Park (died of his wounds) but yet at the beginning of this his survived, from a condition that was so bad everyone else thought him dead.
It was a bit of a stretch.
The action is well written and the suspense is equally so. It literally keeps you turning the page and cursing anyone or anything that tears you away from reading. The pace is a little quicker than Jurassic Park and, much like the original, it has some incredibly memorable scenes that will stay with the reader for years to come.
Everyone's favourite dinosaurs such as Raptors and T-rex's make returns, as well as some new arrivals to the series. All in all a very good read.
The Baddies are weak and half arsed however, which is strange from Crichton. Its a jolly good romp to read in the sun if you like Dinosaurs and lost islands and science.
Timeline still remains his best work by far.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Just as good as jurassic park, if not better! Great action and story and is a brilliant read for anyone who likes jurassic park.Published 19 days ago by Review
Much, Much better than the movie. Earns its place on your bookshelf. If you enjoyed the first book you will definitely enjoy the second.Published 3 months ago by Tim
I loved Jurassic Park book,so much better than the film and the same goes for Lost World. Very exciting storiesPublished 4 months ago by Wallymundas