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Author Name: Arthur C. Clarke

Arthur.C.Clarke is probably the world's best known and bestselling science fiction writer. He has won innumerable international awards for his fiction, for his science writing and for his inspirational role as one of the chief prophets of the space age. His collaboration with Stanley Kubrick on 2001: A Space Odyssey set new standards for SF films, and he has also presented the television series Arthur C. Clarke's Mysterious World and its successors. He was described by the New York Times as being "awesomely informed about physics and blessed with one of the most astounding imaginations ever encountered in print."

Sir Arthur C Clarke died March 18th 2008 in his adopted home of Sri Lanka.
 

     Books By Author :: Arthur C. Clarke

   
Childhood's End
 -by Arthur C. Clarke

 

The author questions the survival of mankind in this science fiction tale about Overlords from o... Read More

   
3001, The Final Odyssey
 -by Arthur C. Clarke
Now approaching the millennium, the light of Lucifer is extinguished and for the second time in four million ye... Read More

   
The Songs of Distant Earth
 -by Arthur C. Clarke

 

With the imminent death of the Sun, human beings launch embryos into space, hoping to keep the r... Read More

   
Rendezvous with Rama
 -by Arthur C. Clarke

 

In 2130, a new celestial body is discovered heading toward the Sun. Earthlings name this object ... Read More

   
Greetings, Carbon-based Bipeds!
 -by Arthur C. Clarke

The most visionary and versatile thinker of this century here gathers together in a single volume his most significant and prop... Read More



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