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Michael Crichton bibliography

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Michael Crichton
bibliography
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Novels28
Stories10
Nonfiction4
References and footnotes

Michael Crichton (1942–2008) was an American novelist and screenwriter. He wrote 28 novels and his books have sold over 200 million copies worldwide, and over a dozen have been adapted into films.

Bibliography

Novels

Year Title Notes # Novel Under Own Name Published after Death Adapted into Film Ref.
1966 Odds On as John Lange 1 No No No [1]
1967 Scratch One as John Lange 2 No No No [2]
1968 Easy Go as John Lange (also titled as The Last Tomb) 3 No No No [3]
1968 A Case of Need as Jeffery Hudson (re-released as Crichton in 1993) 4 No No Yes [4]
1969 Zero Cool as John Lange 5 No No No [5]
1969 The Andromeda Strain 6 Yes No Yes [6]
1969 The Venom Business as John Lange 7 No No No [7]
1970 Drug of Choice as John Lange (also titled Overkill) 8 No No No [8]
1970 Dealing as Michael Douglas (with brother Douglas Crichton) 9 No No Yes [9]
1970 Grave Descend as John Lange 10 No No No [10]
1972 Binary as John Lange (re-released as by Crichton in 1993) 11 No No Yes [11]
1972 The Terminal Man 12 Yes No Yes [12]
1975 The Great Train Robbery 13 Yes No Yes [13]
1976 Eaters of the Dead also titled The 13th Warrior 14 Yes No Yes [14]
1980 Congo 15 Yes No Yes [15]
1987 Sphere 16 Yes No Yes [16]
1990 Jurassic Park 17 Yes No Yes [17]
1992 Rising Sun 18 Yes No Yes [18]
1994 Disclosure 19 Yes No Yes [19]
1995 The Lost World 20 Yes No Yes [20]
1996 Airframe 21 Yes No No [21]
1999 Timeline 22 Yes No Yes [22]
2002 Prey 23 Yes No No [23]
2004 State of Fear 24 Yes No No [24]
2006 Next 25 Yes No No [25]
2009 Pirate Latitudes Posthumous publication 26 Yes Yes No [26]
2011 Micro Posthumous publication (completed by Richard Preston) 27 Yes Yes No [27]
2017 Dragon Teeth Posthumous publication 28 Yes Yes No [28]
2019 The Andromeda Evolution Posthumous publication (written by Daniel H. Wilson) 29 Yes Yes No [29]

Nonfiction

Year Title
1970 Five Patients
1977 Jasper Johns
1983 Electronic Life
1988 Travels

Short fiction

Year Title Originally published Notes
1957 "Johnny at 8:30" First Words (1993) poem
1960 "[Untitled]" First Words (1993) fan titled Well, Nothing.
1961 "Life Goes to a Party" First Words (1993)
1961 "The Most Important Part of the Lab" First Words (1993)
1968 "Villa of Assassins" Stag Annual (1968) as John Lange; excerpted from Scratch One (1967)
1968 "How Does That Make You Feel?" Playboy (November 1968) as Jeffrey Hudson
1970 "The Death Divers" Man's World (December 1970) as John Lange; excerpted from Grave Descend (1970)
1971 "The Most Powerful Tailor in the World" Playboy (September 1971)
1984 "Mousetrap: A Tale of Computer Crime" Life (January 1984)
2003 "Blood Doesn't Come Out" McSweeney's Mammoth Treasury of Thrilling Tales (2003)

Film and television

Work as screenwriter, director and/or producer

Year Title Notes
1971 The War of the Eggs (Episode of Insight) (TV film) Writer
1972 Pursuit (TV film) Novel and director
1973 Extreme Close-Up (a.k.a. Sex Through a Window) Screenwriter
Westworld Writer-director
1978 Coma Writer-director
1979 The Great Train Robbery Novel, screenwriter-director
1981 Looker Writer-director
1984 Runaway Writer-director
1989 Physical Evidence Director
1993 Jurassic Park Novel and co-screenwriter
Rising Sun Novel and co-screenwriter
1994 Disclosure Novel and producer
1996 Twister Co-writer and producer
1998 Sphere Novel and producer
1999 The 13th Warrior Novel, producer and director of reshoots

Television series writer/producer

Year Title Notes
1994–2009 ER Creator, writer and executive producer

Derivative works

Films based on Crichton's novels

Year Title Director
1971 The Andromeda Strain Robert Wise
1972 Dealing: Or the Berkeley-to-Boston Forty-Brick Lost-Bag Blues Paul Williams
The Carey Treatment (A Case of Need) Blake Edwards
1974 The Terminal Man Mike Hodges
1979 The Great Train Robbery Michael Crichton
1993 Jurassic Park Steven Spielberg
Rising Sun Philip Kaufman
1994 Disclosure Barry Levinson
1995 Congo Frank Marshall
1997 The Lost World: Jurassic Park Steven Spielberg
1998 Sphere Barry Levinson
1999 The 13th Warrior (Eaters of the Dead) John McTiernan
2001 Jurassic Park III (based on characters created by Crichton) Joe Johnston
2003 Timeline Richard Donner
2015 Jurassic World (based on characters created by Crichton) Colin Trevorrow
2018 Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom (based on characters created by Crichton) J. A. Bayona
2021 Jurassic World: Dominion (based on characters created by Crichton) Colin Trevorrow

Sequel to Crichton's film

Year Title Director
1976 Futureworld (sequel to Westworld) Richard T. Heffron

Television series based on Crichton's films

Year Title Network Producers
1980 Beyond Westworld CBS Lou Shaw
2016–present Westworld HBO J. J. Abrams, Jonathan Nolan, Lisa Joy

Novels adapted into television series

Year Title Network Producers
2008 The Andromeda Strain A&E Network Ridley Scott, Tony Scott, Mikael Salomon
TBA Dragon Teeth National Geographic TBA

References

  1. ^ John Lange. Odds On.
  2. ^ John Lange. Scratch One.
  3. ^ John Lange. Easy Go.
  4. ^ Jeffery Hudson (1993-08-01). A Case of Need. ISBN 978-0-525-93802-6.
  5. ^ John Lange. Zero Cool. ISBN 978-0-8439-5959-8.
  6. ^ Michael Crichton. The Andromeda Strain. ISBN 978-0-394-41525-3.
  7. ^ John Lange. The Venom Business.
  8. ^ John Lange. Drug of Choice. ISBN 978-0-451-04116-6.
  9. ^ Michael Douglas. Dealing. ISBN 978-0-394-42168-1.
  10. ^ John Lange. Grave Descend. ISBN 978-0-8439-5597-2.
  11. ^ Lange, John (1972). Binary. Knopf. ISBN 978-0-394-47987-3.
  12. ^ Michael Crichton (1972). The Terminal Man. ISBN 978-0-394-44768-1.
  13. ^ Michael Crichton (1975-05-12). The Great Train Robbery. ISBN 978-0-394-49401-2.
  14. ^ Michael Crichton (1976). Eaters of the Dead. ISBN 978-0-394-49400-5.
  15. ^ Michael Crichton. Congo. ISBN 978-0-394-51392-8.
  16. ^ Michael Crichton. Sphere. ISBN 978-0-394-56110-3.
  17. ^ Michael Crichton (1990). Jurassic Park. ISBN 978-0-394-58816-2.
  18. ^ Michael Crichton (1993). Rising Sun. ISBN 978-0-345-38037-1.
  19. ^ Michael Crichton (1994). Disclosure. ISBN 978-0-679-41945-7.
  20. ^ Michael Crichton (1995). The Lost World. ISBN 978-0-679-41946-4.
  21. ^ Michael Crichton (1996). Airframe. ISBN 978-0-679-44648-4.
  22. ^ Michael Crichton (1999). Timeline. ISBN 978-0-679-44481-7.
  23. ^ Michael Crichton (1999). Prey. ISBN 978-0-679-44481-7.
  24. ^ Michael Crichton (2004-12-07). State of Fear. ISBN 978-0-06-621413-9.
  25. ^ Michael Crichton (2006-11-28). Next. ISBN 978-0-06-087298-4.
  26. ^ Michael Crichton (November 24, 2009). Pirate Latitudes. ISBN 978-0-06-192937-3.
  27. ^ "New Crichton novel coming in the fall". USA Today. May 22, 2011.
  28. ^ "HarperCollins to Publish Found Novel by Late Michael Crichton". Publishers Weekly.
  29. ^ "'The Andromeda Evolution' an infectious sequel to Michael Crichton's classic best-seller". USA Today.

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