The search for diamonds, a crucial scientific breakthrough and a mythical ruined city set off this adventure into the heart of the Congolese jungle. The American expedition is led by Karen Ross, desperate to find her husband and recover the data he found before he disappeared. But there are other teams trying to get there first, and the way is ...
The search for diamonds, a crucial scientific breakthrough and a mythical ruined city set off this adventure into the heart of the Congolese jungle. The American expedition is led by Karen Ross, desperate to find her husband and recover the data he found before he disappeared. But there are other teams trying to get there first, and the way is strewn with life-threatening dangers -- plane crashes, civil wars and a dormant volcano awoken by dormant explosives. In the tradition of Arthur Conan Doyle and H. Rider Haggard, Congo is a novel of high adventure from the master of the modern thriller.
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The appeal of Michael Crichton's books lies in the convincing way in which he spins a tale that, although not 'real' seems entirely plausible. This book concerns the discovery of a large primate/gorilla who seems to have superior intelligence. It opens the readers mind to the possibilty of what animals can learn and the intelligence of some of the higher primates, in particular their ability to learn speech and languge. However, the book is not at all academic and a fun and exciting read.
Oct 11, 2007
This is not the best Crichton novel. The intelligent gorillas are definately laughable. While trying hard to be scary it comes across as Cheesey. This is a good book for a one time read. Its a fast paced adventure tale.
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