Audie Award, Science Fiction, 2016
An astonishing technique for recovering and cloning dinosaur DNA has been discovered. Now humankind's most thrilling fantasies have come true. Creatures extinct for eons roam Jurassic Park with their awesome presence and profound mystery, and all the world can visit them - for a price.
Until something goes wrong....
In Jurassic Park, Michael Crichton taps all his mesmerizing talent and scientific brilliance to create his most electrifying technothriller.
The thrilling audiobook
Jurassic Park is written by Michael Crichton and expertly narrated by Scott Brick. The novel has been adapted for the screen in 1993 and again in 2015 as a blockbuster of the same name. In either an exhilarating fantasy or an outlandish experiment gone terribly wrong, humans take dinosaur DNA and clone it in an attempt to put these incredible creatures back on Earth in a zoo. Then everything goes terribly wrong. Be enthralled as this book will take you on the adventure of a lifetime. Available now from Audible.
"Frighteningly real...compelling.... It'll keep you riveted." (
The Detroit News)
"Crichton's dinosaurs are genuinely frightening." ( Chicago Sun-Times)
"Full of suspense." ( The New York Times Book Review)
"Scott Brick brings a chilling calm to the complex story with his deep, even tone and clear enunciation.... He does a particularly fine portrayal of John Hammond, the creator of the controversial park, giving the character a raspy edge that suits the dark agenda beneath his grandfatherly facade." ( AudioFile)
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An excellent novel, fast paced, exciting, thrilling add in the huge frigging dinosaurs and what else could you ask for?
I used to have an old abridged version of this on cassette when I was a kid and I listen to it so much it eventually wore out so I was extremely excited to see that this unabridged version was coming out.
Scott Brick was an perfect choice of narrator because he is a master at building up tension when needed in a story telling.
I think I saw the film 5 times at the cinema when it came out and loved it, (I was twelve back then so who can blame me!) but the book is so very much better and that is saying something. CGI effects in film can date with time but your imagination’s special effects never do. I absolutely love this Audiobook.