Narrated By: Michael Crichton, Scott Brick
Duration: 7 hours and 40 minutes
What to expect
From Michael Crichton, the #1 New York Times bestselling author of Jurassic Park, comes a thrilling adventure set in the Wild West that will keep you on the edge of your seat from the first page to the last!
If you thought Jurassic Park was an adventure, you should try the Wild West!
1876. In the lawless territories of the Wild West, two teams of explorers are pitted against one another. Their quarry? Dinosaur bones. But in a land filled with hostile Indian tribes and towns where pistol fights are a daily occurrence, every exploit puts their lives in danger…
William Johnson, a student with more privilege than sense, finds himself plunged into this deadly environment after making a brash wager. Alongside Edwin Drinker Cope, the famed adventurer, he stumbles upon a momentous discovery – dragon teeth of a fantastic size!
But to keep this extraordinary treasure safe, William must first confront some of the West’s most dangerous and notorious characters…
Historical adventure fiction, Adventure fiction: Westerns
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‘A gripping and entertaining read’ Sunday Times
‘Filled with colorful Wild West characters’ Washington Post
‘A fun, suspenseful, entertaining, well-told tale’ USA Today
Praise for Michael Crichton:
‘One of the most ingenious, inventive thriller writers around… Another high-concept treat… written in consummate page-turning style’ Observer
‘This is Crichton on top form, preying on our fears about new technology and convincing us that we aren’t half as afraid as we should be’ The Times
‘Mixing cutting-edge science with thrills and spills, this is classic Crichton’ Daily Mirror
‘Crichton masterfully maintains the suspense throughout the fast-paced story … Prey will invade your nightmares for a long time to come’ Time Out
‘A satirical black-comedy thriller… Crichton writes likes Tom Wolfe on speed… completely brilliant…’ Daily Mail
‘Crichton pulls off a slick thriller at a cracking pace’ Daily Telegraph
‘Exciting … a master storyteller’ Sunday Telegraph
‘Terrific fun. The pages whip by’ Independent
‘A gripping, impeccably researched thriller’ Evening Standard