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The Terminal Man

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❶The director spends way too long in rooms with doctors mulling over hypothesis after hypothesis, too much time at surgery.

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Jun 19,  · Hoping to cure his violent seizures, a man agrees to a series of experimental microcomputers inserted into his brain but inadvertently discovers that violence now triggers a pleasurable response his brain /10(K).

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The Terminal Man has 21, ratings and reviews. Anne said: The Terminal Man is so far my least favorite of all Michael Crichton's novels. (I'm al /5.

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The Terminal Man is a book that Stephen King convinced me to read. I read King's short story called "The Woman In The Room." The story is in King's collection Night Shift and briefly mentions how, according to Crichton, putting wires in people's heads can be a /5(). If "The Terminal Man" has one fault, it is the general slowness of the plot. Even though the audience is paid in full for their patience, minutes could have been edited out%.

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We spotlight the book and movie versions of The Terminal Man by Michael Crichton including newly revealed content from The Official Michael Crichton Archives. Terminal man by Michael Crichton is a creative suspense filled book from page one to the twisting end that will have you flipping the pages over and over again. Harry Benson is a middle aged man with a very big problem.4/4(68).