From Library Journal
Copyright 2001 Reed Business Information, Inc.
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I'm very into the concept of a space elevator and this book really built out the concept. Superbly done by Mr. Clarke.Published 1 hour ago by Jordanaires
For almost any other author this would be great, for this author who has set his personal bar pretty high it is good. Read morePublished 6 days ago by K. Wright
To long winded and lost my enthusiasm to continue reading it.
Clarke's books usually holds my interest and there is an easy flow.
As always, Clarke's eloquence and descriptive abilities take you to a world that is entirely feasible, and yet currently just out if our grasp. Read morePublished 2 months ago by JCM Jr
This is the original source on an important concept - the space elevator. Clarke's vision is fantastic but more narrative depth would be great.Published 3 months ago by H Osborn
After completing the biography of Clarke, everything suggested this was the next book to read. It was full of big ideas, had quite a few nice twists and turns but seems incomplete. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Dave Carver
I thoroughly enjoyed this fantasy. So much of it is based on what is truly possible. I recommend this to all thinking beings!Published 5 months ago by Jack Darnell
I first read this book when it came out in 1979. The idea of a space elevator is so intriguing. Clarke knew how to get your attention and keep you wanting more.Published 6 months ago by Sparks IT