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  • Paperback: 464 pages
  • Publisher: Ballantine Books; Reprint edition (Nov. 27 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0345539001
  • ISBN-13: 978-0345539007
  • Product Dimensions: 2.7 x 10.8 x 19.1 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 159 g
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (124 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #431,299 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)


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By A Customer on June 29 2004
Format: Mass Market Paperback
The book is very well written. At fisrt I wasn't sure if the book was going to be good or not because, I had a diferent idea of the kind of books that Crichton wrote. It turned out to be a very well written story. You can not tell until the end what is going to happen.
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By Grant McKee on June 14 2004
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Michael Crichton is one of the best pure science fiction writers working today, at least in terms of his concepts. It's odd, then, that probably his most entertaining and intriguing book is closer to a straight-forward mystery. Nevertheless, this story of betrayal, backstabbing, and corporate culture is about as nail-biting as popular fiction gets. I normally find terms like "page-turner" annoying, but that's really the best way to describe a book like this. Immensely read-able, hugely entertaining, and completely enthralling. Read this.
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By Chad Rickman on May 26 2004
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This book is a thrilling spectacle, delving into the complex mess that mess political correctness has created. It controversially challenges the notion of the dominant male and submissive female, and pointedly damns the unfair rules that have shackled men in the modern world. Fantastic work by Mr. Crichton!
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Disclosure deals with a man who is sexually harassed by a woman. Tom Sanders is the main character in this book, and right now at work he is dealing with a merger with another company, so when his former lover Merdith becomes to his company and who takes his job from him, he is then invited to her office for a meeting; but what happens is that she makes a move on him, but since he is married and not wanting to do it, he is then caught in a plan to bring him down because he wants to file a law suit against him. So when he brings in his lawyer; Ms. Fernandez, she then tells one side of the story, but when he calls one of his co-workers on a cell phone, he then realizes that he didnt end the call so he left the phone on and on the answering machine it recorded the WHOLE event. She then realizes this, and she tells the truth. So now Tom then calls his wife and tells her to leave town for a little bit because he does not want her to get into the mess he is in.
So now, he then counters her past employment; at the time all of the men who worked for her, they either resigned or where transfered away from her. So she has a past for doing sexual harassment. Now the book gets juicy toward the end and I have to say it is just plain exciting. This is a GREAT thriller! I have read it a couple of years ago, and still the book holds your interest toward the end. Great!
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By Senior High on March 31 2004
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Michael Crichton is at his best with Disclosure. As usual, not afraid to take on controversial issues, Crichton explores the world of sexual harassment from the point of view of a harassed male. By looking at the issue from an uncommon viewpoint, he uncovers the underlying issues at stake. He reveals the emotions behind sexual harassment while not letting them interfere with the facts. Crichton wraps this well-researched information in a compelling story of corporate politics and intrigue. What is most amazing, however, is that he can write a book about so morbid a topic while keeping the story appealing. Though at points I felt offended by graphic descriptions, the story was far too engaging to put down.
Any fan of Michael Crichton will discover that this is one of his best novels; even someone new to Crichton will derive great pleasure from Disclosure's many twists and turns. Though not for the easily offended, his fast-paced, addictive style of writing is enjoyable and thoroughly satisfying. From cover to cover, Disclosure is an excellent novel.
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This is up there with sphere. Sphere and Disclosure are for me the best MC books full of nail biting breathless suspense intertwined with state of the art technology, earthly and alien.If they had a 6th star slot I would have happily turned that yellow too. For me its 6 out of 5.
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Format: Hardcover
I saw this movie and so I was never anxious to read this novel. One day it came on USA and I thought about giving it a read so I bought the book. I absolutely loved it! It was a page turner. The characters were so well thought out that I felt so in touch with them. The role reversal regarding the sexual harassment was quite interesting. I didn't realize that it could get that scandalous!
Louise Fernandez was phenomenal as his attorney and Meridith was Queen B&^*% herself!
I loved this book.
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I read this book in less than 48 hours. yes, it was that engaging. A thrill ride. I had to see who did what, when and how. And I was not disappointed. Brilliant in plot, pacing, and execution. Worth reading.
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