Books by I F Clarke

2001 A Space Odyssey

by Arthur C. Clarke

4.27 avg rating
A classic. Highly influential and all that.

2001: A Space Odyssey

by Arthur C. Clarke

4 avg rating
2001: A Space Odyssey is the classic science fiction novel that changed the way we looked at the stars and ourselves....

2001: A Space Odyssey inspired what is perhaps the greatest science fiction film ever made--brilliantly imagined by the late Stanley Kubrick....

2001 is finally here....

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2010: Odyssey Two

by Arthur C. Clarke

Hugo
Locus Science Fiction

A Fall of Moondust

by Arthur C. Clarke

Time is running out for the passengers and crew of the tourist cruiser Selene, incarcerated in a sea of choking lunar dust. On the surface, her rescuers find their resources stretched to the limit by the mercilessly unpredictable conditions of a totally alien environment. A brilliantly imagined story of human ingenuity and survival, A FALL OF MOONDUST is a tour-de-force of psychological suspense and sustained dramatic tension by the field's foremost author. Shortlisted for the Hugo Award, 1963.
Hugo

Against The Fall Of Night

by Arthur C. Clarke

The 10-billion-year-old metropolis of Diaspar is humanity's last home. Alone among immortals, the only man born in 10 million years desperately wants to find what lies beyond the City. His quest will uncover the destiny of a people—and a galaxy. This book also includes the classic short story Jupiter V.

Childhood's End

by Arthur C. Clarke

4.6 avg rating

childhoods end

by Arthur C. Clarke

4.38 avg rating

Childhood\'s End

by Arthur C. Clarke

4.67 avg rating
The Overlords appeared suddenly over every city--intellectually, technologically, and militarily superior to humankind. Benevolent, they made few demands: unify earth, eliminate poverty, and end war. With little rebellion, humankind agreed, and a golden age began.

But at what cost? With the advent of peace, man ceases to strive for creative greatness, and a malaise settles over the human race. To those who resist, it becomes evident that the Overlords have an agenda of their own. As civilization approaches the crossroads, will the Overlords spell the end for humankind . . . or the beginning?

Dolphin Island

by Arthur C. Clarke

Fountains Of Paradise

by Arthur C. Clarke

2 avg rating
This Hugo and Nebula Award-winning novel is reissued in this trade paperback edition. Vannemar Morgan's dream of linking Earth with the stars requires a 24,000-mile-high space elevator. But first he must solve a million technical, political, and economic problems while allaying the wrath of God. Includes a new introduction by the author.

Rama

by Arthur C. Clarke

3.5 avg rating

Rendevous With Rama

by Arthur C. Clarke

4.5 avg rating

rendezvous with rama

by Arthur Charles Clarke

3.79 avg rating
Nebula
BSFA
Hugo
Locus Science Fiction
John W. Campbell

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Sand of Mars

by Arthur C. Clarke

Vinatge science fiction story set on Mars

Space Odyssey Series

by Arthur C. Clarke

4.5 avg rating
2001: A Space Odyssey is the classic science fiction novel that changed the way we looked at the stars and ourselves....

2001: A Space Odyssey inspired what is perhaps the greatest science fiction film ever made--brilliantly imagined by the late Stanley Kubrick....

2001 is finally here....

The City And The Stars

by Arthur C. Clarke

3.25 avg rating
Men had built cities before, but never such a city as Diaspar; for millennia its protective dome shutout the creeping decay and danger of the world outside. Once, it held powers that rules the stars. But then, as legend had it, The invaders came, driving humanity into this last refuge. It takes one man, A Unique to break through DiasparÂ’s stifling inertia, to smash the legend and discover the true nature of the Invaders.

The Deep Range

by Arthur C. Clarke

It is the 21st century and humans have finally conquered the sea. Professionals now harvest plankton to feed the world. However, the sea has not given up all its secrets, but men like Walter Franklin are determined to find them out.

The Light Of Other Days

by Arthur C. Clarke

4 avg rating

The Pattern of Expectation, 1644-2001

by I. F Clarke

First U.S. edition. Book is fine, dj has light fading to the upper edges else fine.

The Sands Of Mars

by Arthur C. Clarke

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