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by Arthur C. Clarke
Stephen Baxter & Arthur C. Clarke. The Light Of Other Days
Stephen Baxter & Arthur C. The Light Of Other Days. Is it not possible-I often wonder-that things we have felt with great intensity have an experience independent of our minds; are in fact still in existence? And if so, will it not be possible, in time, that some device will be invented by which we can tap them?.
Home Arthur C. Clarke The Light of Other Days. Some said this was a good thing. that people were being frightened into decency. The light of other days, . 3. Perhaps in a couple of electoral cycles the only survivors among those in office, or prepared to run for office, would be the pathologically dull with no personal lives to speak of at all. No doubt the truth, as usual, would be somewhere between the extremes.
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The Light of Other Days is a 2000 science fiction novel written by Stephen Baxter based on a synopsis by Arthur C. Clarke, which explores the development of wormhole technology to the point where information can be passed instantaneously between poin. Clarke, which explores the development of wormhole technology to the point where information can be passed instantaneously between points in the spacetime continuum. Wormhole technology has advanced to the point where information can be passed instantaneously between points in the spacetime continuum.
The Light of Other Days. Authors: Arthur Clarke, Stephen Baxter. Publisher: Tor Books, 2000. While it’s specious to accuse Stephen Baxter and Arthur C. Clarke of this, fans of both authors will definitely notice some striking similarities between Light of Other Days and other recent works by the two, specifically Baxter’s Manifold: Time and Clarke’s The Trigger. The Light of Other Days follows a soulless tech billionaire (sort of an older, more crotchety Bill Gates), a soulful muckraking journalist, and the billionaire’s two (separated since birth) sons.
I received the kindle version of it with my purchase and after hearing my friend rave about it for a few days I dove in. It has a slow start but the promise of the storyline and where it offers to take the reader is too tantalizing to ignore. I still find myself thinking about this book and its conclusion, almost 2 months after having finished it!
Clarke has written better books than this one, and I suppose Baxter has too. I just couldn't stick with it, and skipped to the en. Born in Minehead, Somerset in 1917, Arthur C. Clarke is perhaps the most celebrated science fiction author alive today.
Clarke has written better books than this one, and I suppose Baxter has too. I just couldn't stick with it, and skipped to the end. Funny, I've read books written earlier, and they haven't felt particularly dated, but this one did. It's okay. He is the author of more than sixty books with more than 50 million copies in print, and the winner of all the field's highest honors. He was named Grand Master by the Science Fiction Writers of America in 1986.
In the most exciting SF collaboration ever, Arthur C. Clarke and his acknowledged heir Stephen Baxter pool talent and unprecedented cosmic insights as well as.Humanity encounters itself in the light of other days. Clarke and his acknowledged heir Stephen Baxter pool talent and unprecedented cosmic insights as well as page-turning plotting skills and breathlessly good writing to produce the most awesome novel of the future since 2001: A Space Odyssey. Space is what keeps everything from being in the same place. We witness the life of Jesus, go to the premiere of Hamlet, solve the enigmas that have baffled generations. Blood spilled centuries ago flows vividly once more – and no personal treachery or shame can be concealed.