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Author: Michael Crichton
"Curious, sensible, and irrevereent...Crichton comes to see his travles--both in mind and through country--as ways of getting in better touch with himself." — LOS ANGELES TIMES — Here is a record of Michael Crichton's astonishing adventures. It is a vision of travel not as escape but as exhilaration, as a testing of self, and as spiritual educatio...  more »
ISBN-13: 9780345379665
ISBN-10: 0345379667
Publication Date: 11/24/1992
Pages: 400
  • Currently 4.2/5 Stars.

4.2 stars, based on 25 ratings
Publisher: Ballantine Books
Book Type: Paperback
Other Versions: Hardcover, Audio CD
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If you like reading travelogues interspersed with first-time experiences about meditation, spiritual journeys, and finding yourself then you will enjoy this book. It begins with Michael Crichton's experiences as a medical student and his disillusionment and dissatisfaction with that career choice. From there he embarks on a personal journey which involves travel to remote villages, encounters with intimidating animals, treks to the highest peaks, spiritual connections, and a new understanding of one's self.
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Insightful and entertaining, well written.
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I found the book interesting because I learned many things about the author. The book is an account of his many travels and is biographical as well. Interesting reading for those who are Michael Crichton fans.
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Fascinating story of Chrichton's travels in geography and spirit. Real no nonsense attitude.
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If you've ever enjoyed a Crichton book, I would recommend this one.

This is basically an autobiography of him in his earlier years which shows his experiences.

What surprise me most is that Crichton, with all of his scientific books, isn't exactly a normal scientific being himself; experiences with the paranormal seem to be the basis of this book and his journey.