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Arthur C. Clarke handles the fate of Earth like any smug-minded scientist, he doesn't seem to show any emotion whatsoever and merely reduces the fate of humanity to a common sneeze... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Bartok Kinski
Still one of my favorite sf classics. Brilliant premise that has been revisited in any number of other novels/tv shows and movies in the half century since it was written.Published 11 days ago by rock doctor
The greatest thing about reading classic science fiction is the way it allows you to glimpse the past, present and future all at once. Authors like Arthur c. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Wickedwon
Wow. What a different story over all the action adventure type books I normally go after.
I am not too picky, so I won't go and say 'it just doesn't hold up to today's... Read more
A different take on the invasion theme. Uplifting yet strangely sombre tale akin to The Day the Earth Stood Still.Published 19 days ago by Sean Wicks
Although written in 53, this book remains incredibly up to date, a story that could trully happen today. Read morePublished 19 days ago by Mauro A. Batistic
I have read this book 3 times now and get something different from it each time. I like the story concept. Read morePublished 22 days ago by spb
Some say this is Arthur C Clarke best work. Not sure I agree. I found this to be less interesting than 2001, 2010, 3001 or Rendezvous with Rama. Read morePublished 23 days ago by DJI