Paleontology. Sometime after Michael Crichton’s 2008 death, his wife found an unfinished manuscript that the author worked on for about fifteen years. Readers and fans who miss Crichton will be those most interested in reading the novel titled, Dragon Teeth. Set in the late nineteenth century, the story is a fictional account of the real rivalry between two paleontologists of the time: Othniel Charles Marsh and Edwin Drinker Cope. Protagonist William Johnson is a student who worked for both paleontologists, and Crichton’s story of a fossil hunt includes a cast of familiar characters of the Wild West of that time, especially in the town of Deadwood.
Rating: Four-star (I like it)
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