Sphere"

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Michael Crichton’s Sphere is a suspense novel whose events transpire on the bed of the Pacific Ocean. A group of specialists are brought in to investigate a spacecraft, and their investigations lead them to eerie conclusions. Summary Of Sphere An astounding discovery of what is thought to be an alien spacecraft on the ocean floor, prompts the U.S. Government to send down a team of scientists to carry out an investigation. When the group, along with psychologist Norman Johnson, is dispatched to an underwater habitat, they discover that the vessel is an American spacecraft built in the future and sent 350 years back in time. On investigating the spacecraft further, they discover an enigmatic sphere that ultimately becomes the core of an entire series of fatal events. Suspense rises when the alien sphere begins to communicate with them, calling itself ‘Jerry’. As imaginary manifestations turn to reality and their number starts to dwindle, the solution to all their predicaments lies in the codes that the Sphere transmits to them. As the story slowly unfolds, Norman tries hard to uncover the true identity of Jerry, and find out the reason behind the underwater horrors that they have been facing. Norman is the most predominant character in the book, since the story fixes on his perception of the events. The other characters are Elizabeth Halpern (Biologist), Harry Adams (Mathematician), and Theodore Fielding (Astrophysicist). Michael Crichton’s Sphere, initially published in 1987, is essentially a science fiction novel that harbors on psychological suspense. The book received widely positive reviews and was made into a film in the year 1998.

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Michael Crichton’s Sphere is a suspense novel whose events transpire on the bed of the Pacific Ocean. A group of specialists are brought in to investigate a spacecraft, and their investigations lead them to eerie conclusions. Summary Of Sphere An astounding discovery of what is thought to be an alien spacecraft on the ocean floor, prompts the U.S. Government to send down a team of scientists to carry out an investigation. When the group, along with psychologist Norman Johnson, is dispatched to an underwater habitat, they discover that the vessel is an American spacecraft built in the future and sent 350 years back in time. On investigating the spacecraft further, they discover an enigmatic sphere that ultimately becomes the core of an entire series of fatal events. Suspense rises when the alien sphere begins to communicate with them, calling itself ‘Jerry’. As imaginary manifestations turn to reality and their number starts to dwindle, the solution to all their predicaments lies in the codes that the Sphere transmits to them. As the story slowly unfolds, Norman tries hard to uncover the true identity of Jerry, and find out the reason behind the underwater horrors that they have been facing. Norman is the most predominant character in the book, since the story fixes on his perception of the events. The other characters are Elizabeth Halpern (Biologist), Harry Adams (Mathematician), and Theodore Fielding (Astrophysicist). Michael Crichton’s Sphere, initially published in 1987, is essentially a science fiction novel that harbors on psychological suspense. The book received widely positive reviews and was made into a film in the year 1998.
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Title Sphere Height 10.6cm
Michael Crichton Width 2.7cm
ISBN-13 9780345353146 Binding Paperback
ISBN-10 0345353145 Spine Width
Publisher Ballantine Books (NY) Pages 371
Edition Sphere Availability In Stock

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