Michael Crichton, author of Jurassic Park, Congo, and The Andromeda Strain, died Tuesday at 66. What do you think?
"A terrible shock to fans of science-based suspense thrillers, and of paperbacks with shiny red embossed letters on their covers in general."
Lorise Guth • Dentist
"What got him in the end? Genetically modified monkey? Genetically restored dinosaur? Genetics?"
Matt Clark • Systems Analyst
"But if we can somehow extract his DNA, then we can replicate him, and all the other dead authors, and put them on display for the world to behold. We don't need to consider the consequences, let's just go ahead and do it."
Zhubin Parang • Building Maintenance