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Rama Revealed (1993) is a science fiction novel by Arthur C. Clarke and Gentry Lee. It is the last in a four-book series of Clarke's Rendezvous with Rama by these authors.

The book picks up the story immediately after the end of The Garden of Rama. The book follows the story of Nicole Wakefield and her escape from imprisonment left at the cliffhanger of the previous book.

They are both better than book two but not as good as book one.

Each book in the series is a whole story with a beginning and an ending, however the plot of each book relies heavily on the prior books in the series. Each book in the series is a whole story with a beginning and an ending, however the plot of each book relies heavily on the prior books in the series.

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Publisher: Gollancz, 1993. The book picks up the story immediately after the end of The Garden of Rama. The book follows the story of Nicole Wakefield and her escape from imprisonment left at the cliffhanger of the.

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Written by Clarke’s longtime collaborator Gentry Lee, Rama Revealed marks the climax of the popular and critically acclaimed Rama series-in which humans finally encounter the advanced alien intelligences behind the vast and mysterious spaceships. Sci-fi & Fantasy Aliens.

Rama Revealed ( Rama - 4 ) Arthur C. Clarke Gentry Lee Rama Revealed (1993) is a science fiction . The book follows the story of Nicole Wakefield and her escape from imprisonment left at the cliffhanger of the previous book

Rama Revealed ( Rama - 4 ) Arthur C. Clarke Gentry Lee Rama Revealed (1993) is a science fiction novel by Arthur C. It is the last of three sequels t. As the human colony continues to degenerate with respect to living conditions and human rights, the members of Nicole's family escape to the region nicknamed New York, where they come into contact with the third alien species, known as Octospiders living in the Rama spacecraft.

Scholars and ARTHUR C. CLARKE AND GENTRY LEE RAMA REVEALED politicians alike proclaimed that a new era in human history had begun. The International Space Agency (ISA), working with the Council of Governments (COG), developed careful procedures for handling the next visit from the Ramans. All telescopes were trained on the heavens, competing with each other for the acclaim that would come to the individual or observatory who first located the next Rama spacecraft.

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A massive alien starship carries its human passengers to the end of their generations-long odyssey and toward an epic confrontation with the mysterious Ramans

Comments: (7)

Kulalas
I read first book in Rama series long time ago and found it fascinating (5 stars). Second book was so disappointing (2 stars) that I gave up on the series and only recently decided to read reminding two books. They are both better than book two but not as good as book one.

The book reads like it was written by two different people (as it actually was), each of them concentrating on different aspects of the plot. The first one deals with alien civilizations and human reactions to the contact. The second describes a bunch of personal stories and relationships. I enjoyed the parts dealing with aliens, the most fascinating being a society of octospiders. I also liked to read about isolated 2000 humans building their society on Rama. But I found most of the other human-oriented plots boring, repetitive and bordering on cheesy. The African and Japanese heritages of protagonists were brought up too often, reading for the 20-th time about Prince Henry made me almost gag and I would gladly omit all dreams of the main heroine. I was strongly tempted to just skip these parts but I was afraid I will miss something important to the main plot (I would not). So I plodded through them and was always eventually rewarded; the story switched to the other track and became interesting again. Except for the very ending that was dragging forever.

Bottom line: Science fiction parts were great; I will never forget octospiders (5 stars). The in between parts dealing with human personal relationships were just 3 stars. It makes 4 stars average.
Nilabor
Having been burnt by buying co-authored sequels of popular works, I should have stopped with the first Rama novel, but I bought all three. I found the beginning of Rama II unreadable and put them all aside. Crediting a reviewer who said it improves after the first 100 pages, I returned. I didn't find it tolerable until about 150 pages had been skimmed, but I continued after that.

Neither Rama II nor Garden of Rama are bad enough to trash (a personal threshold difficult to satisfy), so I intend to give both to the local library. Rama Revealed (hopefully the final installment) is, however, worth keeping even though at least one other reviewer finds the works of ever-dwindling value, It summarizes a prolix tale that, taken as a whole, contains interesting ideas. Yet, if I get desperate enough to reread Rama Revealed, I hope to recall that it should end several chapters before it does.
I love Mercedes
I liked the fact that the novel covered many concepts that I either had only heard of in real science fairly recently, or those I had never heard of and seemed like much more than science fiction, but more like natural concepts. Even ideas like the big bang and supreme beings were covered. About the only things I didn't like to some extent were the ones that went way into the past and revealed things that happened in early life for the main participants. It was tempting to just scan those pages and not really retain them. I especially had those thoughts in the second book. But even those had a role in this final book. The octospiders were able to scan the brains of humans and any other intelligent beings, and create actual videos of events in their past. They also were able to biologically replace human body parts and restore an aged person to a much younger age. These concepts are certainly predictable. The number of reasonable future concepts that were revealed was huge, and very interesting. The concept of many universes that each were created in less than one second was new to me for example. Just think about that. We can't even rationalize the size of our own galaxy, not to mention the whole universe, and then where would another universe go? In this 4th book in the series, there were many things that got answered but were still not revealed in any of the other three books. It makes me want to read more, because there has to be more to this story.
Morlunn
Actual rating: 3.5
Before picking up Rama revealed, I finished Rendezvous with Rama. I skipped the middle two books in the Rama series based on the negative reviews. I think that was a wise decision. I didn't feel any sense of discontinuity and was able to follow the plot completely.

While Rendezvous with Rama is a sci-fi classic in every sense of the word, this book is not. It is interesting, Yes. I am glad I read it because it gives me closure. What's missing from the this book is the sense of grandeur and mystique that was present in Rendezvous. I wish Clarke himself had written the complete series. But Kudos to the author of this book for developing the idea further and wrapping it up.
Majin
The fourth book in the Rendevoux with Rama brings the entire saga to a well crafted and sensitive conclusion. Extra Terrestial intelligence studies a captive humanity in a realistically recreated earth like habitat as reader sees the warts and blushes of the population. Thread is carried by a single extended family of humans whose matriarch navigates challenges with grace and wisdom. My second time thru the series 35 years after the first and very impressed even more so this time how creative and thoughtful its author is. Highly recommend this tale.
Mikale
As much as I love all four book in the series, Rama revealed does not reveal anything important. We are still left not knowing who made Rama and all the other amazing technology’s. For this reason I would have given it four and a half stars if I could.
Kegal
She died happy. She kept that human-ness and refused to be put back together like some biot being. She knew her time had come and departed with grace and dignity; she had accomplished more in one lifetime than you or I might in many. Rama is revealed (but then again, there could be more than one viewpoint about the Creation and Destruction of universes), and more than that, human nature is revealed. All questions from the preceding books are answered. Loads of philosophy, religion, family management and tough decisions. Violence, death and heartbreak but also compassion, courage and love. This is the last of the Rama Series and you should read it if you want to know what ultimately happens to Nicole, her family, Rama, the Node, the humans, the avians, the octospiders...
Rama Revealed download epub
Science Fiction
Author: Arthur C. Clarke
ISBN: 0606192840
Category: Science Fiction & Fantasy
Subcategory: Science Fiction
Language: English
Publisher: Demco Media (October 1, 2000)