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The City and the Stars - Arthur C. Clarke
The City and the Stars
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Clarke's masterful evocation of the far future of humanity, considered his finest novel.
Clarke's masterful evocation of the far future of humanity, considered his finest novel.
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9781857987638 (1857987632)
ASIN: 1857987632
Publisher: Gollancz
Pages no: 254
Edition language: English
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Bry's Bountiful Book Blog
Bry's Bountiful Book Blog rated it
5.0
I've always really enjoyed science fiction, but I've always felt like I haven't read deeply enough in the genre to truly count myself a fan. A big part of the problem has always been the fact that I have always been a far bigger fan of fantasy, and I've prioritized that genre when deciding what to r...
SusannaG - Confessions of a Crazy Cat Lady
SusannaG - Confessions of a Crazy Cat Lady rated it
3.0 The City and the Stars
This Arthur C. Clarke novel, The City and the Stars, dates to the mid-1950s, I believe, and is a strange little book. (Technically this is a reread, as I'm pretty sure I read this going on 35 years ago, but remembered little of it other than the title.) It is the story of Alvin, who is turning tw...
Lisa (Harmony)
Lisa (Harmony) rated it
5.0 City and Stars
This is one of my favorite Clarke novels. It centers on Alvin, the first child born in ten million years in Diaspar, the city of the title, the last city on Earth. He's a "unique" rather than someone reborn from the Hall of Creation, and unique in wanting to go beyond the bounds of the city. Diaspar...
Konnici na Liriite - Chevalier Du Lys
Konnici na Liriite - Chevalier Du Lys rated it
3.0 City and the Stars (Sf Masterworks 39)
This was my Second book by Arthur C Clarke. The first being is magnus opus 2001 Space Odyssey. This book was a kind of different from what I am used to read but I really want to learn more about the first steps given in SFF and Fantasy. Having almost every book in both Sci-fi and Fantasy Masterwork'...
Book Ramblings
Book Ramblings rated it
5.0 The City and the Stars
I have neglected Sir Arthur C. Clarke for far too long. Way back when I started reading science fiction I tended to read more of other two authors from the group commonly known as "Big Three of science fiction", these other two being Robert Heinlein and Isaac Asimov. I felt their works were somehow...
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