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"'There has been nothing like it for years' C. S. Lewis; 'The Colossus Of Science Fiction' New York Times"
CHILDHOOD'S END and 3001: FINAL ODYSSEY
A couple of years ago, at the national television syndication convention, I was chatting with Stan Lee (of Marvel Comics). He was asking me what was up at Del Rey, and I mentioned 3001: FINAL ODYSSEY, as well as the new mass market edition we'd just done of CHILDHOOD'S END. Stan stated enthusiastically that, if there was one thing he most wanted to do in this world, it was make a movie of CHILDHOOD'S END, one of his favorite novels. He apparently loves Clarke's work.
So when I got back to the office, I dropped a copy of the two books into the mail. About a week later I was listening to my lunchtime voice mail messages, and there were Stan's unmistakeable tones, sincerely thanking me for the books. This guy deals with the James Cameron's of the world, yet a gift of Arthur C. Clarke causes him to make the time to express his gratitude.
--Steve Saffel, Senior Editor --This text refers to the Mass Market Paperback edition.See all Product Description
Arthur C Clarke at his finest. This is one of my favourite books of all time. Believe it or not, this book was written in 1952! Wow.......... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Bootsy Bass
It's a good novel, but I thought the ending would have been better.Published 9 months ago by Anthony Sakalauskas
Loved the book, especially as a metaphor for the changes that will happen on this earth soon. Great book:-)Published 10 months ago by Nicholas Maxheleau
This is the first Arthur C. Clarke book I've read and I became an instant fan.
Clarke does an amazing job of building mystery and awe from the very start. Read more
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