Reach for Tomorrow

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Vista, 1996 - Science fiction - 166 pages
7 Reviews
Arthur C. Clarke is acknowledged as one of the finest living writers of science fiction. The twelve tales in this collection, which include ┐Rescue Party┐, Arthur C. Clarke's first published short story, display the unique blend of scientific realism and soaring visionary imagination that have made him the world┐s best-loved writer of science fiction.

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User Review  - DM - Goodreads

Simple and engaging short stories. I always love reading Clarke's stuff. I miss this style of sci-fi writing in today's world. It's all about emotions and explosions and not what it's supposed to be about, exploration of possibilities. The celebration of science. Read full review

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User Review  - Bob - Goodreads

A superb collection of stories with creepy overtones. The scientific imaginings are first rate and given the age of the stories, they hold up well. Read full review

About the author (1996)

Arthur C. Clarke was born in Minehead in 1917. During the Second World War he served as a radar instructor for the RAF, rising to the rank of flight-lieutenant. After the war, he entered Kings college, London taking, in 1948, his Bsc in physics and mathematics with first class honours.One of the most respected of all science-fiction writers, he has won Kalinga Prize, the Aviation Space-Writers Prize and the Westinghouse Science Writing Prize. He also shared an Oscar nomination with Stanley Kubrick for the screenplay of 2001: A Space Odyssey, which was based on his story, The Sentinel. He has lived in Sri Lanka since 1956.

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