Tag: Michael Crichton

Dragon Teeth: part 5

Okay, I’m back and ready to update my discussion of┬áDragon Teeth! So, since it’s been a while, it might be a good idea to catch up on the last four posts. So, just so you know, the chapters in this book aren’t numbered, and some of them are pretty short,

Dragon Teeth: Chapter 4

Now that Johnson has learned photography and purchased a scary number of firearms that Professor Marsh required, he has to complete the most terrifying preparation of all: telling his family what he’s going to be doing. He travels to Philadelphia (a city that Professor Marsh hates for reasons still unknown)

Dragon Teeth: Chapter 3

The third chapter of Dragon Teeth follows Johnson as he learns to take photographs. You know, like he said that he knew how to do since his youth in the previous chapter. He gets twenty lessons in wet plate photography for the “outrageous sum of fifty dollars”. It’s odd that

Dragon Teeth: Chapter 2

Once again, a chapter is devoted to a main character’s introduction: Professor Marsh. Marsh is a character that is a cliche wrapped in a trope. Don’t get me wrong, it’s one of my favorite tropes, but still, it’s a trope. But I’m getting ahead of myself. What happens as we

Dragon Teeth: Chapter 1

The first chapter of┬áDragon Teeth is pretty short. Only a few pages. What happens in that few pages? We get to meet William Johnson. William…Johnson. I sincerely hope that this character gets a redemption arc or some serious character development. Johnson is not somebody that I would want to meet

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