Re: 2001 on the Big Screen
Mr. Laser Beam wrote:
All of Clarke's novels are excellent, of course, but I sure as hell wouldn't want to live in the future society he envisioned in 3001
When this thread started a few weeks back, after watching 2001 again, I decided that I wanted to refresh my memory of 3001, and found a hardcover at Half-Price Books. Just started in reading it last night; haven't gotten much past where Frank is brought back and has met Dr. Wallace. Although I know I enjoyed the book when it was first published sixteen years ago, I can't recall much about it.
At least now I have a complete collection of the Space Odyssey series.
I started to re-read it also because of this thread. I haven't read it in over 20 years, its funny all the stuff you forget.
Itís funny how some distance, makes everything seem small and the fears that once controlled me, canít get to me at all
Elsa - Frozen
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