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by Arthur C. Clarke: Omnibus
Author: Arthur C. Clarke: Omnibus
Publisher: Harper Collins (2004)
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3001: The Final Odyssey, . Part of Space Odyssey series by Arthur C. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19. 3001: The Final Odyssey. For Cherene, Tamara and Melinda-. May you be happy in a far better century than mine. With a yet slower rhythm than the polar ice, the tides of civilization ebbed and flowed across the Galaxy. Strange and beautiful and terrible empires rose and fell, and passed on their knowledge to their successors.
3001 The Final Odyssey, The Songs of Distant Earth (2004).
The original novelette version of "The Songs of Distant Earth" was the cover story for the June 1958 issue of If. "Trouble with the Natives" (1951). Encounter in the Dawn" (. Encounter at Dawn") (1953). 3001 The Final Odyssey, The Songs of Distant Earth (2004). Clarke's Universe (2005) (including A Fall of Moondust, The Lion of Comarre and Jupiter V). Non-fiction.
3001: The Final Odyssey, page 1. part of Space Odyssey Series. The Songs of Distant Earth. The Fountains of Paradise.
3001: The Final Odyssey is a 1997 science fiction novel by British writer Arthur C. It is the fourth and final book in Clarke's Space Odyssey series. This novel begins with a brief prologue describing the bioforms - dubbed the First-Born - who created the black monoliths. They evolved from "primordial soup", and over the course of millions of years, became a space-faring species.
Really enjoyed this final chapter in Arthur C. Clarke's vision of what might have transpired in our development and evolution.
view Kindle eBook view Audible audiobook. Really enjoyed this final chapter in Arthur C. Although it is not the creation story that much of us might embrace, it is always interesting to read what different possibilities might have lead to our existence.
3001: The Final Odyssey.
Clarke Arthur C. There is nothing in this book which defies or denies known principles; the only .
There may be wisdom; there may be power; somewhere across space great nstrument. ay stare vainly at our floating cloud wrack, their owners yearning as we yearn. There is nothing in this book which defies or denies known principles; the only really wild extrapolation is the ‘quantum drive’, and even this has a highly respectable paternity. See Acknowledgements.
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The Songs of Distant Earth. The Collected Stories also contains such classics as The Songs of Distant Earth and the tale that many people regard as the greatest single SF short story ever written, The Nine Billion Names of God. Even if you have all these tales in individual volumes, this is a pretty tempting collection. Starburst An Arthur C. Clarke 2nd Omnibus. The Best of Arthur C. The Collected Stories.