The Final Odyssey [Arthur C. Clarke] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. A Main Selection of the Science Fiction Book Club® Selected. Astronaut Frank Poole’s frozen body is discovered floating in space at the start of this adaptation of Arthur C. Clarke’s fourth and final ”Odyssey” book. Interesting news, this – Syfy is producing a TV series of Arthur C. Clarke’s last sequel novel to A Space Odyssey. The follow-up is called The Final .
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The prognosis is death.
I would prefer to be optimistic, that the presence of these books in my life is better than not having the writer to have ever written them. A great ending of a series.
I’d much rather tell you about this book than have you suffer through reading it. Plus di je nestao Hejvud Flojd?
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He will not be permitted,or be able. All the pathetic earth people. Does that sound like a dwarf? Sometimes, author brings the dialogues or text from prequels, which is so boring coming across the same subject matter again but other times, the text gets so odyssej Throughout the reading I felt like I was listening to a speech from an aged yet highly decorated odysseey citizen.
Perhaps this is one thing that will prevail to you during or at the end of this book. Apr 16, Riju Ganguly rated it it was ok. The wonders of are genuine, and rigorously extrapolated. But partially from a need to complete the series, and partially out of morbid curiosity, I read it anyway. Sep 05, David rated it did not like it Shelves: D Brilliant, biting, painful, and wonderful. Clarke himself regarded this group of novels as not a linear series, or even sequential in the traditional sense, this did not seem to matter.
Odyssey is something that everyone – young and old – should experience. Preview — by Arthur C. The plot is very dry and sterile, with little emotion or the sense of wonder and discovery that the first two books managed to imbue.
Clarke didn’t aim to dazzle here; he was happy to let the Space Odyssey go out in gentle reverie. On the whole, though, this seems like more of an exercise in narrating interesting scientific papers, than in providing a compelling story.
Literature citations extend up to late What p They told me – don’t bother readingit’s not worth it. I’m giving it 3 stars instead of 2 because of Clarke’s presentation of future humanity, an Copy pasting from previous books instead of writing new descriptions, progressing the story only on the last pages and closing this awesome series with a bland ending.
It’s only saving grace is being just pages. As far as the ending of the saga goes, I did not love it as much, but it wasn’t bad at all. Aug 10, Peter Tillman rated it it was amazing Shelves: A purely aerial culture might develop, but in an environment where fire was impossible, and solids scarcely existed, it could never even reach the Stone Age.
Archived from the original on 27 June The series is more like a fantasy documentary then an action packed sci-fi thriller. Space Odyssey 4 books.
Meanwhile, the monoliths—implied to have been forgotten by their creators when they ascended funal a higher state of being—continued to watch over their subjects. I’ll take the excuse that ‘it’s the future’ for why he could miraculously be retrieved from space and brought back to life. Few of its constructs were more substantial than soap bubbles; its most awesome predators could be torn to shreds by even the feeblest of terrestrial carnivores.
This novel begins with a brief prologue describing the bioforms — dubbed the First-Born — who created the black monoliths. Looking down at Africa,seeing an ocean 3010 the middle of the Sahara Desert! Ipak knjiga daje dosta odgovora ne mnoga pitanja iz prethodnih delova u nekom smislu kraj je takav da je na citaocu da razmisli sta je moguce, mada licno nisam fan takvih krajeva. I would have had the monolith trip into some secondary killbot protocol where it idyssey finished off the human race old school style, with a violent bloodbath, but that’s just me ; Except Poole’s high school which still survives!
But Frank Poole, that’s a horse of a different color. As Frank adjusts to his life in this new world it would seem that the monolith is become th again. Chandra and the Russian crew of the Leonov are also long gone.
He gladly accepts Captain Chandler’s offer to take a trip with him. The characters were always basically two-dimensional, and that was fine because it wasn’t a character driven story.
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Robot slaves for people to command for any trivial tasks,to do. As with all of Clarke’s work it has some great ideas and it does tie up the series successfully but given the quality of the first four books, this final one is quite the let down. Poole finds himself in city tens of thousands of miles above the equator, gets fitted with his own personal computer called a Braincap, watches asteroids being hurled at Venus in order to cool the planet down and meets genetically engineered dinosaurs that make ideal babysitters!
With him having five kids,I mean moons.
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His faith in a technological ascension was so strong that it becomes detached here from humanity; so many of his conceptions of this year future society are inc Can a whole civilization be a Mary Sue?
A Space Odyssey Technologies in How can there be any consistency in the characters and situations when real-life events have overtaken them in so many ways?
So, it’s the year Soon Halman — the merged consciousness of Dave Bowman and the computer HAL — is being spotted again in various places. In between the old-man-tries-to-keep-up-with-the-times future speculations, he would sometimes again lay out technological visions over which to marvel.
Heywood Floyd is not in this novel.