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3001: The Final Odyssey (Space Odyssey Series #4)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 22, 2005

    good book, lame conclusion

    this book was cool, but you never exactly get to know the force that's behind the monoliths, so that makes it dissapointing.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 13, 2000

    Not the best Clarke, but worth reading

    As a big Arthur C. Clarke fan - he and Stanislaw Lem are my favorite sci-fi authors - I do agree with many reviews that 3001 is not on a par with his classics. Yet I found the book engaging, witty, and intelligent all the way through, especially ACC's visions of our scientific future. Space elevators all the way! It all could have been done with more drama, though. Admittedly, there are some oddities here. ACC's too-frequent commentaries on contemporary issues and events, particularly his anti-religious ragings, are distracting. The sinister motives of the monolith-builders, and the effect our computer viruses could have on a monolith, are a little odd. The monolith-builders' sudden restriction to speed-of-light travel is a puzzle. But for anyone who has followed the monumental 2001 series, how can they miss the conclusion? There is plenty of the Clarke magic(but no mysticism!) here to please his fans. And my worries about Frank Poole are finally over!

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