3001: The Final Odyssey
It began four million years ago with a gleaming black monolith an inexplicable apparition that ignited the spark of human consciousness transforming ape into man. It continued at the dawn of the twenty-first century when an identical black monolith was excavated on the moon beginning the... show more
It began four million years ago with a gleaming black monolith an inexplicable apparition that ignited the spark of human consciousness transforming ape into man. It continued at the dawn of the twenty-first century when an identical black monolith was excavated on the moon beginning the adventures of Dave Bowman, his deputy, Frank Poole, and the supercomputer HAL. Only Dave Bowman would survive to encounter a third, and far more massive, monolith on Jupiter s moon Europa and be forever tr
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Publish date: October 5th 1999
Publisher: Del Rey Books
Pages no: 272
Edition language: English
, Science Fiction Fantasy
, Science Fiction
, European Literature
, British Literature
, Space Opera
Series: Space Odyssey (#4)
A very incredible sci-fi story being happened in the far distant future, a thousand year from now! Humans discovered a lot of new technologies. they built space elevator, ships moving with the near-light speed, we can revive the corpses! Humans don't literally speak orally but rather mentally by u...
This book reads more like a travelogue of the 3000s than a novel. The central narrative of the series is just barely there in the background and whatever closure you're expecting from the series fails to materialize altogether. The milemarkers that do exist in the story seem to serve the overriding ...
Frank Poole didn't die, but hybernated in deep space. Gets rescued in 3001. Mankind destroys the Monoliths, which, according to Halman[the amalgamation of Dave Bowman and HAL which were NOT the next step but merely co-opted as extra sensors] were going to destroy humanity because it had been found w...
I used to think Clarke was brilliant, but this series went downhill to mediocre. I don't remember what happened in the story, because I just didn't care.