The lion of Comarre & Against the fall of night

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Harcourt, Brace & World, 1968 - Fiction - 214 pages
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A novella set at the close of the 26th century and a novel set in a remote future both center around human evolution

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This is an omnibus of two of Clarke's novellas. The second was later turned into a novel, The City and the Stars. I can't say these are Clarke's best works. I read them years ago but have never had the slightest urge to reread them. Read full review


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Arthur C. Clarke is considered to be the greatest science fiction writer of all time. He is an international treasure in many other ways: An article written by him in 1945 led to the invention of satellite technology. Books by Mr. Clarke--both fiction and nonfiction--have more than one hundred million copies in print worldwide. He lives in Sri Lanka.

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