Like around 6 million other people, have you been tuning into HBO's new drama Westworld? The weekly drama, originally a 1973 movie directed by author Michael Crichton, follows an old west theme park staffed by robots.
For $40,000 a day, guests can do... whatever. While the guests follow their own desires, secrets lie beneath the sunny desert exterior. If you are as intrigued as I am and looking to fill the time between Sundays, try these items the library has to offer.
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You could call this as Crichton's follow up novel to Westworld. It follows the same theme: a theme park for rich people where the attractions go horribly wrong and people end up screaming. A fun read with lots of interesting science.
There's also a movie or two based on the novel.
There's also a movie version (with sequels Catching Fire, Mockingjay Part 1 and Part 2) of this you may have heard about.