3001: The Final Odyssey (Space Odyssey, #4) Arthur C. Clarke

3001: The Final Odyssey (Space Odyssey, #4) Arthur C. Clarke

In 3001: The Final Odyssey, Arthur C. Clarke brings the greatest and most successful science fiction series of all time to its magnificent, stunningly unforeseen conclusion. As we hurtle toward the new millennium in real time, Clarke brilliantly - daringly - leaps 1,000 years into the future to reveal a truth we are only now capable of comprehending. An epic masterpiece at once dazzlingly imaginative and grounded in scientific actuality, 3001 is a story that only Arthur C. Clarke could tell.

In 3001: The Final Odyssey, Arthur C. Clarke brings the greatest and most successful science fiction series of all time to its magnificent, stunningly unforeseen conclusion. As we hurtle toward the new millennium in real time, Clarke brilliantly - daringly - leaps 1,000 years into the future to reveal a truth we are only now capable of comprehending. An epic masterpiece at once dazzlingly imaginative and grounded in scientific actuality, 3001 is a story that only Arthur C. Clarke could tell.

Book Review - 3001: The Final Odyssey

Book Review – 3001: The Final Odyssey

3001: The Final Odyssey (Space Odyssey, #4)

3001: The Final Odyssey (Space Odyssey, #4)

3001: The Final Odyssey

3001: The Final Odyssey

The adaptation of Arthur C. Clarke's "3001: The Final Odyssey" has been commissioned by Syfy, and will be adapted by Pirates of the Caribbean screenwriter Stuart Beattie.

Ridley Scott to produce '3001' Space Odyssey sequel miniseries

The adaptation of Arthur C. Clarke's "3001: The Final Odyssey" has been commissioned by Syfy, and will be adapted by Pirates of the Caribbean screenwriter Stuart Beattie.

3001 THE FINAL ODYSSEY  by Arthur C. Clarke - 1st Print (HC DJ)

3001. The Final Odyssey by Arthur C. Clarke (1997, Hardcover)

3001: The Final Odyssey. In the finale of the 2001 series, Clarke cleverly illustrates his "third law":  Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.

3001: The Final Odyssey. In the finale of the 2001 series, Clarke cleverly illustrates his "third law": Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.

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