Arnold, confident that he can control the entire park virtually by himself, claims that Malcolm's predictions for the park represent a misapplication of chaos theory. Roberta "Bobbie" Carter - A doctor who works at a medical center in Costa Rica.
On duty one night at the beginning of the novel, Bobbie is called to treat an In Gen employee who has allegedly been injured in a construction accident.
One of the original consultants for Jurassic Park, he has always been skeptical that the idea could work. When the dinosaurs at Jurassic Park start attacking the park's guests, the perspective often shifts Tim to heighten the tension. Whereas Tim handles the shocks, scares, and predicaments of Jurassic Park with astonishing grace, Lex is prone to cry or whine when the chips are down.
Once Malcolm actually gets to see the island, his predictions of the park's doom get more and more antagonistic, eliciting Hammond's anger. Tim is noticeably more mature than his sister, making him the more reliable narrator of what happens to the children. She enjoys baseball and teasing her brother, and her young age and close calls with death make her a very sympathetic character.
Although certain characters seem to resent the presence of Hammond's grandchildren, Grant likes children and is quickly drawn to Tim in particular.
The majority of the novel is written from Grant's perspective Read an in-depth analysis of Dr. John Hammond - The owner of the bioengineering firm In Gen and a well-known dinosaur fanatic.
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