Childhood’s End, by Clarke, Arthur C.

Arthur C. Clarke I think is one of those authors who has a fantastic back catalog, but for the most part has not produced anything significant in the genre for at least twenty years now (this review was written before A.C. Clarke's passing in 2008). Though I can hardly fault him for that. Clarke has to be in his 80's by now. But for that reason, I think that some people don't really know that in his day, he was not only one of the most visionary authors out there, but also a p[…]

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