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Nine years after the disastrous Discovery mission to Jupiter in 2001, a joint U.S.-Soviet expedition sets out to rendezvous with the derelict spacecraft *to search the memory banks of the mutinous computer HAL 9000 for clues to what went wrong . . . and what became of Commander Dave Bowman.
Without warning, a Chinese expedition targets the same objective, turning the recovery mission into a frenzied race for the precious information Discovery may hold about the enigmatic monolith that orbits Jupiter.
Meanwhile, the being that was once Dave Bowman *the only human to unlock the mystery of the monolith *streaks toward Earth on a vital mission of its own . . .
"Clarke deftly blends discovery, philosophy, and a newly acquired sense of play."
"2010 is easily Clarkes' best book in over a decade."
*The San Diego Tribune
Long winded in parts ( I skipped a page or two here and there) but overall definitely worth the read.Published 5 hours ago by Anonymous
I'm happy to say that Arthur C. Clarke's "2010: Odyssey Two" is a better book than the first book in the series. Read morePublished 1 day ago by David A. Lessnau
In 2010 Odyssey Two, the story of 2001 a Space Odyssey is seamlessly continued as the great adventure that began with 2001. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Allen Whitaker
This is a really great read and is enjoyable to anyone who liked 2001. The only weird part is that it is more of a sequel to the film than the original novel but I still highly... Read morePublished 11 days ago by Nicholas J. Firis
I really Loved it. Can't wait to start the next one. Can't believe I'm just now discovering Arthur C Clarke.Published 20 days ago by Christopher Hefley
It moves the story ahead and adds some new concepts and ideas. Recommended for those who liked the 2001 and want some more, and won't get annoyed by the slight changes Clarke made... Read morePublished 22 days ago by JDullens