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The main characters of The Lost World: Jurassic Park novel are Ian Malcolm, Richard Levine. The book has been awarded with Booker Prize, Edgar Awards and many others.

One of the Best Works of Michael Crichton. published in multiple languages including English, consists of 431 pages and is available in Mass Market Paperback format for offline reading.

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Author: Michael Crichton
Book Format: Mass Market Paperback
Original Title: The Lost World: Jurassic Park
Number Of Pages: 431 pages
First Published in: September 17th 1995
Latest Edition: October 1996
Series: Jurassic Park #2
Language: English
Generes: Fiction, Science Fiction, Thriller, Adventure, Fantasy, Horror, Animals, Dinosaurs, Science Fiction Fantasy, Novels, Suspense,
Main Characters: Ian Malcolm, Richard Levine, Eddie Carr, Lewis Dodgson, Sarah Harding
Formats: audible mp3, ePUB(Android), kindle, and audiobook.

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    Dr. Levine had explained the bearded man was following him because of something to do with his arrest, but Kelly didn't believe that. Her own mother had been arrested twice for drunk driving, and there was never anybody following her. So Kelly didn't know why this man was following Levine, but clearly Levine was doing some secret research and he didn't want anybody to find out about it. She knew one thing - Dr. Levine didn't care much about this class he was reaching. He usually gave the lecture off the top of his head. Other times he would walk in the front door of the school, hand them a taped lecture, and walk out the back. They never knew where he went, on those days.

    The errands he sent them on were mysterious, too. Once they went to Stanford and picked up five small squares of plastic from a professor there. The plastic was light, and sort of foamy. Another time they went downtown to an electronics store and picked up a triangular device that the man behind the counter gave them very nervously, as if it might be illegal or something. Another time they picked up a metal tube that looked like it contained cigars. They couldn't help opening it, but they were uneasy to find four sealed plastic ampoules of straw-colored liquid. The ampoules were marked EXTREME DANGER! LETHAL TOXICITY! and had the three-bladed international symbol for biohazard.

    But mostly, their assignments were mundane. He often sent them to libraries at Stanford to Xerox papers on all sorts of subjects: Japanese sword-making, X-ray crystallography, Mexican vampire bats, Central American volcanoes, oceanic currents of El Niño, the mating behavior of mountain sheep, sea-cucumber toxicity, flying buttresses of Gothic cathedrals...

    Dr. Levine never explained why he was interested in these subjects. Often he would send them back day after day, to search for more material. And then, suddenly, he would drop the subject, and never refer to it again. And they would be on to something else.

    Of course, they could figure some of it out. A lot of the questions had to do with the vehicles that Dr. Thorne was building for Dr. Levine's expedition. But most of the time, the subjects were completely mysterious.

    Occasionally, Kelly wondered what the b

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