The nine billion names of God: the best short stories of Arthur C. Clarke

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Harcourt, Brace & World, 1967 - Fiction - 277 pages
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A salient and iconic work that is as much a mystical meditation as it is an S.F. short story. Not merely memorable, but *unforgettable.*

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Classic SF short stories chosen by Clarke himself. Makes me sad that it is already 2014 and we still haven't colonized Mars or visited Mercury. Read full review

Contents

Rescue Party
32
The Curse
62
Dog Star
78
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