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Garden of Rama (Rama Series #3)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 3, 2008

    What a Book! What a Story!

    I try to read all of Arthur C Clarke even when he co-authors something like this with Gentry Lee. This is about the best, most exciting, interesting, imaginative book I have ever read. I cannot exclaim its virtues enough. Just the concept of Rama with the resulting contact by Nicole des Jardin et al., should be mandatory reading for all upper grade school, 'high school', kids. Sooner or later we will be contacted - manybe not in my lifetime or my kids lifetime or their kids lifetimes, but we will be contacted or we will contact there is abolustely no doubt in my mind and we need to have some kind of feeling of what and how we should handle it. This book is a primer for that contact and connection. It pretty well outlines the do's and dont's not that we really have to be reminded about our nature and our destructive side. We can and must develope an approach that will set forth our best side. Once we understand that we have to save the planet from ourselves, we will begin to understand how we fit into the universe. Sounds preachy doesn't it but God love Arthur Clarke and Gentry Lee for leading the way in this affair as Arthur Clarke has done so many times before. My thanks and good wishes to both these gentlemen.

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