The Andromeda Strain - Michael Crichton

The Andromeda Strain

By Michael Crichton

  • Release Date: 1969-05-12
  • Genre: High Tech
  • Size: 10.28 MB
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 167 Ratings

Alternative Downloads

Server Link Speed
Mirror [#1] The Andromeda Strain.pdf 31,665 KB/Sec
Mirror [#2] The Andromeda Strain.pdf 22,677 KB/Sec
Mirror [#3] The Andromeda Strain.pdf 33,826 KB/Sec

Description

From the author of Jurassic Park, Timeline, and Sphere comes a captivating thriller about a deadly extraterrestrial microorganism, which threatens to annihilate human life.
 
Five prominent biophysicists have warned the United States government that sterilization procedures for returning space probes may be inadequate to guarantee uncontaminated re-entry to the atmosphere. Two years later, a probe satellite falls to the earth and lands in a desolate region of northeastern Arizona. Nearby, in the town of Piedmont, bodies lie heaped and flung across the ground, faces locked in frozen surprise. What could cause such shock and fear? The terror has begun, and there is no telling where it will end. 

Reviews

  • Still one of the best...

    5
    By Spinnin' Wheeler
    In terms of end-of-the-world-as-we-know-it tales, this one still holds up to a frighteningly realistic and plausible scenario, all told with the realism and "did it REALLY happen? Is this NOT fiction?" questioning that Michael Crichton's best books evoke.
  • Good read

    4
    By Hdhxydhanks72625191
    The first half of the book was really exciting. However, it did trail off the excitement path a little in the second half. Nevertheless, it was a good a mystery and kept me hooked. I enjoyed it.
  • Riveting!

    5
    By Ralphadelic
    What a great book. The form of the book is really underrated. It functions like an experimental novel yet has the motor of a thriller. Perfection.
  • Amazing!!!

    5
    By XTychicusx
    I absolutely could not put this book down!
  • Holds up fairly well

    5
    By JFL89
    With a few exceptions, this book holds up quite well in the decades since it was first published. A thrilling, well-written story.
  • Excellent

    5
    By fr0stbyt
    One of the best stories ever told.

keyboard_arrow_up