Jurrasic Park


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Jurassic Park


The story starts as a man from an island is brought in.He has
severe injuries all over his body.The man comes from the island where
scientists have made dinosaurs from DNA found in insects.Well
they were building the dinosaur game park some dinosaurs have
escaped from the island and have arrived on the mainland. A few
people were attacked, including a girl who managed to draw a picture
of the little dinosaur before she was attacked. When the picture was
shown to scientists, they didn't know what animal it could be.

The Story the starts to talk about Dr. Grant,who is a
archaeologist who is currently working in a dig in America.One day he
gets a phone call from Mr. Hammond, the owner of the island, if
Dr. Grant wants to come over to the island. Dr. Grant has an assistant
who is called Ellie Sattler and she goes with Grant to the island. When
they arrive at the island a few days later, more people are there.
Malcolm, Tim, Lex, Wu, Muldoon, Gennaro, Nedry and Harding. These
people were all friends of Hammond, except Tim and Lex, two kids,
who were family of Dr. Grant.

Hammond decides to show the visitors around in the park. First
they get to visit all the labs, main building and the hotel and later a
visit to the park itself with Jeeps. It's already late afternoon when
they start the visit to the park. The Jeeps ride automatically through
the park and you have no control over the steering wheel. When they
are in the bit where the T-rex is staying the Jeeps suddenly stop.
This is Nedry's fault. Nedry is the man who is in the computers and has
made all the security systems, lights, electric fences and all that
stuff for the park. When Nedry decides to steal dinosaur DNA and sell
it,he switches of the park main electricity. This means the. electric
fences are out, there are no lights and no cameras working ,the park
and that means the dinos are free to go through the park.

The trouble begins when the two jeeps are attacked by the
T-Rex. Some people run away, some hide. Tim and Lex are wounded when
the T-rex throws the jeep in the trees. Lex falls out and hides in a
pipe. Tim stays in the car and later falls out of the tree and finds

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Lex. Dr. Grant, who was in the other jeep finds Tim and Lex and try to
make it back to the visitor centre. None of the other people who were
with them are alive. First they were all still alive,but all of them
were later killed by dinosaurs on their struggle to make it back to the
visitors centre.

When Tim, Lex and Grant are trying to find their way back to
the visitors centre, they see a boat going to the mainland from the
island with a few dinos on board. They must have jumped on without
the crew seeing it. Dr. Grant now knows it is nessesary to go back as
fast as they can to warn the crew, because otherwise the dinos could
bread on the mainland and kill lots of people because they are very
dangerous. Underway they are attacked by lots of dinosaurs, have to
sleep in a bunker, have to use a raft to escape from dinos and lots
more. When they make it back to the visitors centre 15 hours later,
they see the dinos have already been in there as well. They have to
get the computers running again, to get the electricity back and get
the dinos back in their pods. In a few hours the whole park is running
and they can warn the ship with the dinos on board. Now the only
thing for them left to do is find the only nest were the dinos are
breeding and destroy it. Not much later a helicopter picks them up,
and the army destroys the whole island.

The only survivors of the 'visit' to the park were Dr. Grant,
Satller, Tim, Lex, Gennaro and Muldoon. Sattler wasn't in the park,
but had stayed in the main building. The helicopter brought them to
a nice hotel were they could stay until they were free to go home.

I really liked this book because it was suspenceful.I think
that because of this book I wil read Micheal Cricton's other work
like Congo and Sphere. I hope you will read this book because of this
book report.


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