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2010: Odyssey Two (Space Odyssey, Bk 2)
2010 Odyssey Two - Space Odyssey, Bk 2
Author: Arthur C. Clarke
When 2001: A Space Odyssey first shocked, amazed, and delighted millions in the late 1960s, the novel was quickly recognized as a classic.  Since then, its fame has grown steadily among the multitudes who have read the novel or seen the film based on it.  Yet, along with the almost universal acclaim, a host of questions has gr...  more »
ISBN-13: 9780345303066
ISBN-10: 0345303067
Publication Date: 1/12/1984
Pages: 332
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3.8 stars, based on 132 ratings
Publisher: Del Rey
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 4
A little slow, but better than most sequels.
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Helpful Score: 4
Good Sequel. Answers questions, asks more. It's a good scifi read from one of the masters of the genre
reviewed 2010: Odyssey Two (Space Odyssey, Bk 2) on + 18 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 3
Clarkes follow-up to his classic 2001. Fun and well thought out if a bit slow moving.
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Helpful Score: 2
If you like Clarke, it's the follow-up to 2001; vintage Clarke!
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A fitting sequel, though a little disjointed, since it carries on where the movie left off. A gripping, quick read.
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One of the most amazing books I've ever read!!
I really look forward to reading the next books and watching the films.
One of the greatest surprises were the parallels that can be drawn to so many modern pieces of science-fiction, the Mass Effect trilogy being just one.
Arthur C. Clark really outdid himself, and I like it even better that 2001, even if there were a few inconsistencies.


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