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The ending was also abrupt with little connection to the rest of the book.
By the end of the book, the monoliths have converted Jupiter into a subscale sun, turning its many moons into a miniature version of our own solar system.
This is one of those books where you keep reading it because you think any minute somehting might happen but let me save you some trouble.
I enjoyed this book. I've read it before, but it's good to own now. This is part 3 in 5 part series of books. I've also got 2001, 2010 and 3001 which are also very good. Read morePublished 3 days ago by leo134
Am currently reading it, but I have loved the 2001 series for some time now.Published 8 days ago by Spirit Feynman
Still wishing Tom Hanks would get off sitting on the rights to this book and make it into a movie before Keir and Douglas pass.Published 19 days ago by Tiresias
This is a pretty boring read. There is really no suspense whatsoever. I think the main thing that Clarke wants to impress upon the reader is the technical things about space... Read morePublished 25 days ago by James Hanlon
For all who read and enjoyed its predecessors, I need only say this book fits nicely in the bookcase beside the Arthur C. Clarke look into the future.
I loved 2001 and 2010, but this book and 3001 were horrible and loses the vision of the plot. This book felt unfinished. He should have stopped the series at 2010.Published 1 month ago by mt
The Odyssey continues. Arthur C. Clarke writes thoughtfully requiring the reader to think or risk being lost in space. Full of surprises. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Gary W. Sackett Sr.