#30 – Arthur Clarke’s Comeback

After the New Wave era drew to a close, the older authors of the Golden Age continued to produce new works, but Arthur C. Clarke made the strongest comeback, with some of his most famous books coming from his later years. In this episode, we look at an overview of these works.

Book recommendation: Rendezvous with Rama

Other books discussed:
The Fountains of Paradise
2010: Odyssey Two
2061: Odyssey Three
3001: The Final Odyssey
The Songs of Distant Earth

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1 Response to #30 – Arthur Clarke’s Comeback

  1. Wyrd Smythe says:

    I remember them fondly. A bit of synchronicity here: I just finished reading a (complete?) collection of his short stories topped off with The City and the Stars (courtesy of Amazon Prime; I wish they offered his other novels).

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