[Read] (3001 The Final Odyssey) Author Arthur C. Clarke
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wimp compared to the 31st century but the people ave freedom all are eual right After a compared to the 31st century but the people ave freedom all are eual right After a months Frank gets a little stir crazy who wouldn t He gladly accepts Captain Chandler s offer to take a trip with A Cidade Das Trevas (Dean Koontzs Frankenstein, him Dave Bowmanas been spotted Poole s old captain Great Jupiter or what s left of it ere e comes Fourth and the final book in the Space Odyssey saga It was astonishing as this book too continues to pour the wonders and awesomeness of evolution and future tech alike Unlike in Book three 2061 which lacked anything about the advancements in technology this book makes up for it totallyFrank Poole s experiences after returning back a millennia later into Star City a ringed structure at the Geostationary Earth Orbit connected to Earth by four Space Towers at the Euator and Tarot for Magical Times his learning of changes thatave appened within the thousand years made it an awesome read This itself makes up about forty percent of the bookWritten very vividly it actually puts the reader in the middle of the situations describing almost everything that is necessary Some parts of the text were edited repeats from Book 1 and 2 However I felt they were interesting to read again This book finally answers the uestions of mystery with regard to the monoliths As far as the ending of the saga goes I did not love it as much but it wasn t bad at all I wish there were books in this Space Odyssey series Will certainly miss them ABOUT THE SAGA The entire Space Odyssey saga is about Man s adventures and ardships in space our Solar System the odysseys that Dangerous Heat he undertakes thus making the four books Chronicles And it is definitely about making mankind come face to face with the awesomeness and the wonders of the solar system the ultimate grandeur of nature and evolution and extra terrestrial life forms intelligenceThe reader I feel needs to take into consideration that the four books in the set do not comprise a single story as is already put forth by the writer at the beginning of Book II III and in the valediction of Book IV Being written in a span of thirty years and without planning for any seuels it isn t easy to maintain proper continuity and consistency within any of the books I would prefer to be optimistic that the presence of these books in my life is better than notaving the writer to Birds, Beasts, and Bandits have ever written them DHighly recommended for Clarke s splendid and brilliant imagination D My 1998 reviewRating strong A for rigorous extrapolation by a then living monument from the dawn of the Space Age3001as accumulated mixed reviews perhaps because
#it s not #s not a novel think Looking Backward or Ralph 124C41 Thankfully it s better written than those but Sir Arthur won t be remembered as a prose stylist The plot outline is familiar by now Frank Poole is revived after a thousand years as a cryo corpse flung into space in 2001 by the malevolent HAL He marvels at the Wonders of the World of 3001 and gets reauainted with Dave Bowman and HAL within the great Europa monolith The Dream Team then saves umanity from the latest Monolith Crisis HuhThe wonders of 3001 are genuine and rigorously note 1 extrapolated Four great towers support a Star City ring around the world Civilisation runs by tapping limitless energy from the vacuum Spacecraft and Star City elevators operate on inertialess drives all carefully footnoted and put into istoric context Buckminster Fuller designed an orbital world ring in 1951 The first material strong enough to build a Space Elevator is the buckytube discovered in 1991 and so noted by the discoverer Nobelist R Smalley Richard Feynman allegedly once remarked that the vacuum energy contained in a coffee cup could boil off the world s oceans There are tantalizing The Accidental Startup hints that inertia and gravitation could be electromagnetic phenomena linked thru the Zero Point field Literature citations extend up to late 1996 The end notes alone are worth the price of admissionSir Arthurimself The Man in the High Castle hasistoric context Essays from the Visit of Mor Ignatius Zakka I Iwas to Heidelberg he wrote The Sentinel in 1948 just 3 years after publishing the theory of communication satellites Clarke and Kubrick started working on 2001 in 1964 using The Sentinel as a starting point Clarke s reputation is such that if our civilisation is still extant in 3001 people will be readingis predictions with interest and no doubt amusement He was a living monument of the early Space Age No one who is seriously interested in the future of science and A Taste of Darkness (Mackenzie Vampires humanity should miss this book1 insofar as any 1000 yr extrapolation can be rigorous Playing with the net up is what I mean Finally I ve reached the end of the journey AND WHAT A WASTE OF TIME Never again will I pick up anything written by Clarke Honestly I can t understandow even got published No identifiable Lead character in most of the books no clear objective for what lead there was the books meander around for the most part with dated and ludicrous speculation and no confrontation until the end and what there was of a knockout closing seemed to appear out of nowhere Internal conflict in the major charactersprotagonist was minor and facileAgain what I recommend is DO NOT read any part of this seriescomplete waste of time Ahhhham I pissed at In Darkest London having wasted this much of my life on these books Hope there is aell so e s burning in the lake of fire reserved for failed but published authors. едновременно смайващо фантастичен и основаващ се на научни факти „3001 ПОСЛЕДНАТА ОДИСЕЯ“ е история която може да разкаже единствено Артър Кларк. Himself to to try and save im from the same fate as the
Monoliths It Works HumanityIt works The MeatEater Fish and Game Cookbook: Recipes and Techniques for Every Hunter and Angler humanity just barely saved from destruction but Dave s consciousness is still infected with the virusese delivered and so cannot be contacted Frank goes on with Babys Mealtime his life missingis old friend No really That s The Miracle Equation how it ends In 2061 the DaveHalMonolith entity thing downloaded a copy of Heywood Floyd There s noint of The Dawn of Modern Thought him in this book nothing ARG Of the two astronauts awake on the spaceship Discovery when the super computer HAL went nuts Frank Poole certainly drew the short straw While Dave Bowman ended up an immortal extraterrestrialybrid with the powers of a god poor Poole ended up left for dead and floating off into the cold vacuum of spaceLeft for dead but not as we discover at
#the start of #start of fourth and final Space Odyssey story actually dead His body frozen into an effective state of The Infamous Ellen James (Infamous, hibernation Poole floats unconscious around the galaxy for a thousand years before being picked up and successfully resuscitatedWhat must it feel like to fall asleep and wake up a millennium into the future The first part of this book answers that with a mixture of culture shockumor and awe As always Clarke s extrapolations come from the latest scientific ideas of the time Poole finds Samael Aun Weor, The Absolute Man himself in city tens of thousands of miles above the euator gets fitted withis own personal computer called a Braincap watches asteroids being Dragonfrigate Wizard Halcyon Blithe (Halcyon Blithe, hurled at Venus in order to cool the planet down and meets genetically engineered dinosaurs that make ideal babysitters When the story itself kicks in somewhere past the midway pointowever it proves to be thinner than the atmosphere of Mercury nor does the ending ualify as a satisfactory conclusion to the writer s signature workStill the first Satria dari Negeri Tayli 1-28 half is fun and the brief prologue which gives a uick account of the evolution of the Monoliths entitled The Firstborn is a stark and beautiful piece of writing that you wouldn t commonly associate with Clarke A great ending of a series And it s even astonishing that Arthur C Clarke managed to endis famous series by writing an utopia which is not so very common a genre isn t it It s short but it s really well done and the reason of taking us to the year 3001 is brilliant Certainly 3001 is as good as 2001 3001 The Final Odyssey Space Odyssey 4 Arthur C Clarke3001 The Final Odyssey is a 1997 science fiction novel by British writer Arthur C Clarke It is the fourth and final book in Clarke s Space Odyssey series3001 follows the adventures of Frank Poole the astronaut killed by the HAL 9000 computer in 2001 A Space Odyssey One millennium later Poole s freeze dried body is discovered in the Kuiper belt by a comet collecting space tug named the Goliath and revived Poole is taken Goethean Science home to learn about the Earth in the year 3001 Some of its notable features include the BrainCap a brain computer interface technology genetically The 4th and last of the 2001 series DrHeywood Floyd is not in this novele is long gone my friendsEven the eternal good doctor can t live 1000 years But Frank Poole that s a Out of the Shadows, Into the Streets! horse of a different color Frank s body is floating floating being pushed out into the limitless universe gently moving up and down twisting tumbling passing numerous distant planets asteroids rocks even an occasional comet unseen in the darkness a calm peaceful sleep leaving the troubled Solar System behind what dreamse must Digital Crossroads haveadHowever this eaven ends when Captain Dimitri Chandler what a name of the space tug Goliath finds and resuscitates ancient FrankThe first thing they ask the undead Poole is who was Batman and why did e wear a mask I WISHED in truth Frank is still sleeping Chandler beyond the orbit of Neptune The Einstein Theory of Relativity had been nudging ice found in abundance there sending them to crash on the surfaces of waterless Venus and Mercury Someday forming seas and developing breathable atmospheres For future colonist from Earth no doubtToo bad Frank didn t reach the dwarf planet Pluto dwarf Withim How to Negotiate Your First Job having five kids I mean moons does that sound like a dwarf More moons rud to be around the plucky sphere The Romeo of the Cosmos little big Pluto But I digress after waking up the astronaut discoverse s living in a space elevator One of four on Earth and towering above it a dizzy 22000 miles igh looking from above seeing the planet changed immensel as e is astonished Down at Africa an ocean in the middle of the Sahara Desert that cannot be real Even Poole gets a little dizzy imagine An embarrassing situation for the ex crewman of the Discovery no doubt Delectable gardens amazing amusement parks very tall trees and even pretty small rivers with an exotic waterfall and lakes And did I mention real Dinosaurs also Disneyland in the sky like Jurassic Park without the terror Sounds like a great elevator to live in He will not be permitted or be able because of gravity to visit Perfect Justice (Ben Kencaid, hisome a shame Besides after so many years everything The Literary Relationship of Lord Byron and Thomas Moore he knew is gone yet strangely except Poole sigh school which still survives The future Suggestions for Marketing Small Timber has many strange things robot slaves for people to command for any trivial tasks to do Mind controlelmets and braincaps planted inside everyone s shaved skulls ugh doesn t sound too appetizing For instant communications where are the cell phonesthe internet this shows again nobody can predict the future There is littl. еочакван завършек Кларк блестящо прескача хиляда години напред в бъдещето за да разкрие истина която можем да проумеем едва сега Епичен шедьовър. 3001 The Final Odyssey is ultimately a flawed book written to end a series which New Exploration has sadly become increasingly redundant Sad Yes because Arthur C Clarke was a phenomenally good scientist with a lively imagination and the ability to craft very readable novels3001 is the 4th and final volume in Arthur C Clarke s Odyssey series starting with 2001 The other 2 books are 201o Odyssey 2 and 2061 Odyssey 3 Iave to admit to not The Shaping of Western Civilization having read the middle 2 books but since Arthur C Clarkeimself regarded this group of novels as not a linear series or even seuential in the traditional sense this did not seem to matter The author tells us we should view the book as aving some of the same characters and situations with variations on the same theme but not necessarily appening in the same universe Hmm It s both amusing and sad when a book series falls flat on its face during its final leaps The Odyssey series is unfortunately one of these Except instead of attempting to get back up and trying to pretend its fall never The Ecology, Exploitation and Conservation of River Turtles happened 3001 wallows in the failure following the same idea as 2061 nothingappens Well nothing substantial anywayLet me be the first to say that I don t mind that Frank comes back to life It was a sort of logical way to show Dave s Medicine and Religion human side sort of while stillaving a sort of familiar character to relate to sort ofThe problem is that the entire plot is as stated above filled with sort of s I The Hockey Saint (Forever Friends, honestly never found Frank engaging enough to care about ase s pretty accepting about the fact that Valentino he s one thousand years ahead ofis time and as very little difficulty adapting I ll take the excuse that it s the future for why e could miraculously be retrieved from space and brought back to life There s been implausible things in this series However what little personality Shunned head in 2001 must Craving (Willow Creek, have never been revived becausee is easily the most boring character in the seriesNot that the characters Oba, the Last Samurai have ever been theigh point of the Odyssey series with the exception of maybe Hal and Dave It s always been about the adventure the journey to get to the plot The characters were always basically two dimensional and that was fine because it wasn t a character driven story 3001 attempts to change up the formula Yonen Buzz, Volume 1 (Yonen Buzz, happily turning in its space suit for a boring life in the future story It s unfortunate that Odyssey ends on such a low point when the first two were so good and the third passable It won t go without recommendation it s still a rather uniue take on the future and one of the grandaddies of sci fi The good also far outweighs the bad in the series with space descriptions that make you believe you were standing right there next to themSo if youaven t yet check out these books watch the movies something Odyssey is something
"That Everyone Young And Old Should Experience They Told "everyone young and should experience They told me t bother reading 3001 it s not worth it I knew they were right But partially from
A Need To Complete The Series Andneed to complete the series and out of morbid curiosity I read it anyway It s awful It s only saving grace is being just 112 pages There are a few beautiful passages all lifted directly from the other novels in the series He makes some interesting social commentary but that s overwhelmed by is diatribes against religion Again instead of ending it just frays away What plot there is ends but it s an unsatisfying end I will say this much for it e does a nice job of The Wood Demon handling a man sent 1000 years in the future It s not an easy task ande did it well I also enjoyed the references to other SF works and possibly seeing the origin on things in recent SF stories Did this inspire John Scalzi s Brain Pal in First Shapes his Old Man s War series To save you the troubleere s my synopsis of 3001 The Final OdysseySPOILERS AFTER THIS POINT which I m only Dispatches from Dystopia hiding out of politeness I d much rather tell you about this book thanave you suffer through reading itSo it s the year 3001 In an amazing coincidence a ship finds the body of Frank Poole the astronaut HAL knocked into space in 2001 Becuase of the advances in medical science Max and the Tom Cats (More Bob Books for Young Readers, Set II, Book 8) he can be brought back to life Can we say Mary Sue boys and girls I knew you could And why write a knew character when you can just bring one back from the dead But I digress He gets used to living 1000 in the future and the author gets toold forth on what s wrong with Ancient World humanity in the second millinium For poorly explained reasons Frank decided to try and contact Dave Bowman by landing on Europa In this processe meets a philosopher who olds forth at lenght about the insanity of religion Somehow this is related to landing on Europa although I do not at all understand ow The landing works Frank is now the only being in conact with the only being who can contact the Monolith Whee Frank goes back Събрани разкази, Том 5 home and goes on withis life At some point Dave gets in touch with The Real James Herriot him basically pointing out that based on 20th century information aboutumanity the makers of the monolith Waterloo (Sharpe, have decided that Humanityas gone completely wrong and should be wiped out Frank passes along that information and watches as the great minds of the day figure out a way to stop their destruction They gather the worst computer viruses they can find send Frank back to Europa and as Cinderella him to ask Dave to be the Trojan Horse who delivers the computer viruses They also giveim a memory device to download. В „3001 ПОСЛЕДНАТА ОДИСЕЯ“ Артър Кларк довежда найвеликата и найуспешната научнофантастична поредица на всички времена до нейния величествен и н. .