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Editorial Reviews. olhon.info Review. When an enigmatic monolith is found buried on the Kindle Store; ›; Kindle eBooks; ›; Mystery, Thriller & Suspense. Novels. This collection comprises the Science Fiction novels A Space Odyssey by Arthur C Clarke and its three sequels - Odyssey. , a space odyssey: a novel 13 editions. A colaboration of ideas with director Stanley Kubrick in the late 's it begins at "the dawn of man" and then leaps to the year where a mission to Saturn (Jupiter in the film) is mounted to try and answer questions raised by the.
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Knowing that there was also a novel, I had always wanted to read it, but never got around to it…upon seeing this Kindle version on sale, I decided to give it a go. First of all, it was very interesting reading Arthur C.
Much of the book is very similar to the movie, but the way it is written adds many details without being bogged down…this is a very fast-paced read. The writing is focused on the big picture more so than the characters, but the main characters involved in each individual section get fleshed out well enough that it is very gripping to read.
I enjoy stories involving space travel and a lot of times the era something is written can occasionally take you out of the story by laughable concepts or dated science. I likely will at some point, but this book is great as a stand-alone title.
I certainly thought it had a good story and plot to tell, and I thought many of the concepts in it were good. Unlike the first film, I did not think it was slow, and it was a lot clearer, and cleared up a lot of the mysteries left at the end of the first film.
Then I decided to read the novel, and I think the novel is even better than the film. There are some distinct differences between the film and the novel, most of them I think made the novel better.
Our characters have more emotion in this novel rather than being almost completely emotionless as in the film.
The novel is a lot clearer than the actual movie. It goes into more detail about the race who constructed the Monoliths. And I found the part where the computer Hal malfuntions and starts killing the crew more suspenseful than in the film.
The only thing I actually liked better in the film was the part were Hal overhears Bowman and Poole ploting against him. I really enjoyed reading this and I think any other sci-fi fan will too.
I read this book because I absolutely was riveted by the movie, and I had been wanting to see what was left out.
I especially liked how the period where the two astronauts are just going about their business. It has this great feeling of boredom, even though they come across things that make the long journey eventful. Personally, I think anyone that can should read this book. Not only is it a fantastic novel, but it also inspired so much of what we think about as science fiction as a genre.
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