Arthur C. Clarke

  • Rendezvous with Rama ¤ Arthur C. Clarke, 1974

    Rama is a vast alien spacecraft that enters the Solar System, A perfect cylinder some fifty kilometres long, spinning rapidly, racing through space, Rama is a technological marvel, a mysterious and deeply enigmatic alien artifact. It is Mankind's first visitor from the stars and must be investigated . . . Winner of the Hugo Award for best ... [more]

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  • 2001: A Space Odyssey ¤ Arthur C. Clarke, 1985

    2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY tackles the enduring theme of man's place in the universe. On the moon an enigma is uncovered. So great are the implications that, for the first time, men are sent out deep into the solar system. But, before they can reach their destination, things begin to go wrong, horribly wrong...

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  • The City and the Stars ¤ Arthur C. Clarke, 1956

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  • Childhood's End ¤ Arthur C. Clarke

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  • The Deep Range ¤ Arthur C. Clarke

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  • The Deep Range ¤ Arthur C. Clarke

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  • Dolphin Island ¤ Arthur C. Clarke

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  • The Exploration of Space ¤ Arthur C. Clarke

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  • Prelude to Space ¤ Arthur C. Clarke

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  • The Challenge of the Spaceship ¤ Arthur C. Clarke

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  • Three for Tomorrow ¤ Arthur C. Clarke

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  • A Fall of Moondust ¤ Arthur C. Clarke, 1972

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  • The Fountains of Paradise ¤ Arthur C. Clarke, 1979

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  • The Lion of Comarre: And, Against the Fall of Night ¤ Arthur C. Clarke, 1970

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  • Reach for Tomorrow ¤ Arthur C. Clarke,

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  • The Songs of Distant Earth ¤ Arthur C. Clarke, 1987

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  • Imperial Earth: a fantasy of love and discord ¤ Arthur C. Clarke, 1977

    Duncan Makenzie makes the journey from his satellite republic of Titan to Earth, as diplomatic guest at the United States's Quincentennial, observer of humanity's oldest existing civilization, and seeker after the woman he has loved for years

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  • The Wind from the Sun: Stories of the Space Age ¤ Arthur C. Clarke, 1972

    A volume containing all 18 short stories written by Arthur C. Clarke in the 1960s. They depict a future in which technologies are beginning to dictate man's lifestyle - even to demand life for themselves.

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  • 3001 ¤ Arthur C. Clarke, 1997

    When Frank Poole, whose body has been frozen in deep space for 1000 years, is resurrected, his second life brings him enlightening culture shocks a-plenty, but his Odyssey eventually leads him to defy the limitless power of an alien technology. The final sequel to 2001: A Space Odyssey.

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  • Report on Planet Three and Other Speculations ¤ Arthur C. Clarke, 1973

    In addition to being one of Science Fiction's greatest writers, Sir Arthur C. Clarke was also one of our foremost thinkers and visionaries, producing a number of highly readable and important non-fiction works. Report of Planet Three is a collection of 23 essays on the future of Man and his technology, including essays on space, satellite ... [more]

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  • Islands in the Sky ¤ Arthur C. Clarke, 1972

    Pilgrim Award-winning critic Gary Westfahl here updates his classic study of the space station theme in science fiction, providing the most comprehensive examination of the topic ever written. From "The Brick Moon" (1869) to Star Trek's Deep Space 9, these literary and cinematic outposts have provided waystations for the imaginative explor ... [more]

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  • 2010 ¤ Arthur C. Clarke, 1997

    In 1968, Arthur C. Clarke’s best-selling 2001: A Space Odyssey captivated the world—and was adapted into a now-classic film by Stanley Kubrick. Fans had to wait fourteen years for the sequel—but when it came out, it was an instant hit, winning the Hugo Award for Best Novel in 1983. Nine years after the ill-fated Discovery One mission to Ju ... [more]

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  • 2061: odyssey three ¤ Arthur C. Clarke, 1987

    The third book in Clarke’s beloved Space Odyssey series, 2061: Odyssey Three returns to Heywood Floyd, survivor of two previous encounters with the mysterious monoliths and the alien intelligences behind them. Floyd is chosen as one of a handful of celebrity guests to witness the first manned touchdown on the surface of Halley’s Comet on t ... [more]

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  • The View from Serendip ¤ Arthur C. Clarke, 1977

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  • The Deep Range ¤ Arthur C. Clarke

    Two classic novels in one volume includes a new introduction written by the author. In "The Ghost from the Grand Banks", the "Titanic" is raised 100 years after its sinking, but fatal obsessions rage and the ship may become a deathtrap again. In "The Deep Range", a traumatized astronaut becomes a submarine warden, and finds as many dangers ... [more]

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  • The View from Serendip ¤ Arthur C. Clarke, 2011

    Speculations on space, science and the sea together with fragments of an Equatorial Autobiography.

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  • Tales from Planet Earth ¤ Arthur C. Clarke, 2001

    A collection of short science fiction tales by a master of the genre addresses the fate of the planet and includes "The Lion of Comarre," "The Deep Range," "The Wall of Darkness," and "On Golden Seas." Reprint.

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  • The Hammer of God ¤ Arthur C. Clarke, 1993

    The Hammer of God is vintage Clarke: superb storytelling, authentic science, and wonderful vignettes of life in the twenty-second century on Earth, the Moon, Mars - and in space. 'The Hammer of God', the short story on which this novel is based, first appeared in Time magazine in the autumn of 1992. It was only the second piece of fiction ... [more]

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  • Glide Path ¤ Arthur C. Clarke, 1963

    A fascinating departure for the renowned science fiction author, Glide Path is an alternative history of the development of Ground Control Approach radar set during World War II. Clarke draws upon his own wartime experience as a radar control operator during World War II to tell a story fascinating not just for its plotting—combining scien ... [more]

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