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Childhood's End Review

‘The newspapers of utopia … would be terribly dull.’ – Arthur C. Clarke, 2001: A Space Odyssey


Arthur C Clarke’s ‘Childhood’s End’ is the subject of this weeks post. 733 more words


In Arthur C. Clarke’s science fiction novel Childhood’s End,  aliens suddenly appear and announce they are here to help steer humanity clear from the brink of annihilation and bring peace to the world. 275 more words


Childhood's End (1953) by Arthur C. Clarke

To my continued bafflement, it seems like every SF recommendation list and message board suggests Arthur Clarke’s Rendezvous with Rama as a highly enjoyable and critical must read. 889 more words

Science Fiction

The Mote in God's Eye (1974) by Larry Piven and Jerry Pournelle


The Mote in God’s Eye tells the tale of a group of humans who travel to a stellar system to find and meet with the first sentient alien race to be found. 312 more words

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Childhood's End (1953) by Arthur C. Clarke

It has happened folks! This is my 15th review since beginning this project and this is the first time I haven’t enjoyed reading the story I chose. 287 more words

2014 100 Reviews In 365 Days.