TravelsBook - 1993
"Curious, sensible, and irrevereent...Crichton comes to see his travles--both in mind and through country--as ways of getting in better touch with himself." LOS ANGELES TIMES Here is a record of Michael Crichton's astonishing adventures. It is a vision of travel not as escape but as exhilaration, as a testing of self, and as spiritual education. Crichton shows us travel as turmoil and as peace. All of this voyages, outward and inward, from his twenties to his mid-forties, have been journeys into awareness--leading him to the excitement and benison of direct expeirence undimmed by expectations, theories, or old assumptions. His remarkable book is in itself a fascinating realm in which the adventurous are invited to travel.
Publisher: New York : Ballantine, 1993, c1988
Edition: 1st Ballantine pbk. ed
Characteristics: xiii, 377 p. ; 21 cm
From Library Staff
The author recounts his worldwide travels and psychic experiments, beginning with his first year at Harvard Medical School in 1965.