Odissea due Nine years after the disastrous Discovery mission to Jupiter in a joint U S Soviet expedition sets out to rendezvous with the derelict spacecraft to search the memory banks of the mutinous compu

  • Title: 2010 Odissea due
  • Author: Arthur C. Clarke Bruno Oddera
  • ISBN: 9788817136099
  • Page: 424
  • Format: Paperback
  • Nine years after the disastrous Discovery mission to Jupiter in 2001, a joint U.S Soviet expedition sets out to rendezvous with the derelict spacecraft to search the memory banks of the mutinous computer HAL 9000 for clues to what went wrongd what became of Commander Dave Bowman.Without warning, a Chinese expedition targets the same objective, turning the recovery mNine years after the disastrous Discovery mission to Jupiter in 2001, a joint U.S Soviet expedition sets out to rendezvous with the derelict spacecraft to search the memory banks of the mutinous computer HAL 9000 for clues to what went wrongd what became of Commander Dave Bowman.Without warning, a Chinese expedition targets the same objective, turning the recovery mission into a frenzied race for the precious information Discovery may hold about the enigmatic monolith that orbits Jupiter.Meanwhile, the being that was once Dave Bowman the only human to unlock the mystery of the monolith streaks toward Earth on a vital mission of its own

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    1. Arthur C. Clarke Bruno Oddera

      Arthur C Clarke was one of the most important and influential figures in 20th century science fiction He spent the first half of his life in England, where he served in World War Two as a radar operator, before emigrating to Ceylon in 1956 He is best known for the novel and movie 2001 A Space Odyssey, which he co created with the assistance of Stanley Kubrick.Clarke was a graduate of King s College, London where he obtained First Class Honours in Physics and Mathematics He is past Chairman of the British Interplanetary Society, a member of the Academy of Astronautics, the Royal Astronomical Society, and many other scientific organizations.Author of over fifty books, his numerous awards include the 1961 Kalinga Prize, the AAAS Westinghouse science writing prize, the Bradford Washburn Award, and the John W Campbell Award for his novel Rendezvous With Rama Clarke also won the Nebula Award of the Science Fiction Writers of America in 1972, 1974 and 1979, the Hugo Award of the World Science Fiction Convention in 1974 and 1980, and in 1986 became Grand Master of the Science Fiction Writers of America He was awarded the CBE in 1989.

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    1. “Daisy, Daisy give me your answer do.”Funny that this innocuous kiddies’ tune always reminds me of a homicidal supercomputer.Arthur C. Clarke, in spite of being a sci-fi legend, is not known for his characterization, but HAL 9000 is one of the most memorable sci-fi characters ever, with his friend Dave Bowman not far behind.With 2010: Odyssey Two, we are back to “the future” which is now the past. Some people will be put off from reading this book because it is set six years ago and no [...]


    2. Space Baby's Big Day Out.After the events in 2001 (Dave becoming a Space Baby, HAL being shut down while singing), the world is left in wonder about what happened out near SaturnJUPITER! Sorry, Jupiter. Right? It was Jupiter all along.Dr Floyd, the bureaucrat who ventured to the Moon to check out TMA-1 is back and now he looks like Roy Schneider (who I see died in 2008 :( ). The Russkis are headed out to check out what happened slightly quicker than what the U.S. can manage. Oh how times don't c [...]


    3. As soon as I finished reading this I thought, man, I wish I didn't suck so badly at science, because being an astronomer would be SO FREAKING COOL.But I do suck so badly at science, so I just get to read wonders like this and wish I was half as good a writer as Arthur C. Clarke, who gets to be really friggin' smart in TWO CAREERS, which is totally unfair.There are several great things about this book. First, and one of the things that I love to read old sci-fi books for, is what Clarke in the 80 [...]


    4. 2010: Odyssey Two (Space Odyssey #2), Arthur C. Clarkeتاریخ نخستین خوانش: بیست و یکم ماه آوریل سال 2010 میلادیعنوان: 2010 : اودیسه دو؛ نویسنده: آرتور سی. کلارک؛ مترجم: رضا فاضل؛ تهران، سرش، 1371؛ در 340 ص؛ شابک: 9644350227؛آیا انسان میتواند به ماورای ماده عروج کند؟ پاسخ دکتر آرتور سی. کلارک٬ مخترع ماهواره ی مخابرات [...]


    5. The enigma of the Spaceship Discovery, lost in Jupiter's orbit ( the setting has been changed from Saturn in the original book, to match Kubrick's film).Arthur C. Clarke's sequel to 2001, has Dr. Heywood Floyd, again recruited on a joint U.S. and Soviet(written in 1982)expedition, to the giant planet.To find out what happened!The crew of the Soviet ship Leonov ,consists of seven Russians and three Americans,with both male and female members.Dr.Floyd,Dr. Chandra, builder of the malfunctioning com [...]


    6. Jedna od omiljenih stvari kod ovih knjiga su imaginacija pisca pri smisljanju novih svetova i vrsta i njihov uverljiv opis. Kada se cita prosto imas pred ocima sve ono o cemu gosn Klark pise. Prosto ne verovatno.S druge strane isto mi se svidja kolko je covek ispred svog vremena kada govori i o daleko ljudskijim stvarima ka sto seksualnost ili brak bez problema provlaceci veze izmedju vise ljudi ili ljudi stog pola. A jos veci plus je nacin na koji je prikazan da to uopste ne bode oci vec ide va [...]


    7. Boooooring. Having read the first book many years ago, one thing I remember with that story was just how dazzling and daring it felt. Much like the movie, certain images will forever be ingrained in my head. That Odyssey I loved journeying on. But this one, not so much. I mostly think it's all the characters, none of whom are interesting. Their voyage doesn't really seem all that harrowing in this story, and even if it was, I was so uninterested with the characters that I probably would have app [...]


    8. I'll suggest the reader of this review to go through plot-summary of this novel and a little familiariation with its prequel, 2001: A Space Odyssey. I'll only be expatiating here on some aspects I found fascinating.Although, the novel contains many captivating sub-plots and a driving, gripping backdrop; I want to credit Arthur C Clarke for the most wonderful depictions of the Jovian system. Within the first half, he describes the bands of Jovian clouds, the cyclonic storms, the radiation belt an [...]


    9. Recommended for fans of 2001: A Space Odyssey"The Universe isn't just stranger than you ever imagined. The Universe is stranger than you CAN imagine." This novel is a slow-build, a slowly revealed unraveling of cosmic triggers. Clarke writes a narrative that doesn't just entertain--it informs, it elucidates and it expands the mind beyond its narrowly defined corridors. And that's the point.


    10. This sequel to 2001 was fine, but it wasn't nearly as good as 2001. Heywood Floyd and a couple of other Americans join the Russians on a trip to rescue the stranded spaceship Discovery and learn what happened to astronaut David Bowman, who disappeared at the end of 2001. They also want to probe the mystery of the black monolith, which is hanging in space aroundJupiter?Yes, they end up at Jupiter, even though in the book 2001, the black monolith was sitting on one of Saturn's moons. And when Davi [...]


    11. This series started as a one-off book released in conjunction with the Stanley Kubrick movie of the same name. The series consists of: * 2001: A Space Odyssey * 2010: Odyssey Two. (Also made into a film) * 2061 Odyssey Three * 3001: The Final OdysseyThe first and second books are enthralling. 2061 is more of the same, and thus decent but somewhat pointless as part of the arc. 3001 is an attempt at closing up all the loose threads, and does so in a satisfying way.For a long time, these books frus [...]


    12. "Çok uzun zaman önce bu deneye başlamış olanlar insan ya da ona benzer bir canlı değillerdi. Ancak etten ve kandandılar ve uzayın derinliklerine baktıklarında korkuyla karışık bir saygı, merak ve yalnızlık hissetmişlerde. Güç elde eder etmez de, yıldızlara doğru yolculuk etmeye başlamışlardı.Araştırma sırasında, çok çeşitli yaşam türleri ile karşılaşmışlardı ve binlerce gezegenin evrim süreçlerini izlemişlerdi. Kozmik gecede ilk zeka pırıltıların [...]


    13. I read Stephen Baxter’s Proxima last week. And while it wasn’t the best book ever written, it is the perfect type of book for me. And by that I mean that, for whatever reason, those type of novels do something to me, deep inside, that really resonates. It’s why I’ll always love that type of Science Fiction way more than I ever will Fantasy. I’ve never found a Fantasy book, no matter how good, that can make me shut the book once it’s over, and go sit outside and stare at the stars.I [...]



    14. 2010: Odyssey Two by Arthur C. Clarke is another beautiful journey through the solar system filled with transformation and unexpected beginnings. 2010 is the 2nd in the Space Odyssey Saga and the sequel to 2001. I mention this because it's important that you've read 2001 in order to understand 2010.Dr. Heywood Floyd, chairman of the National Council of Aeronautics, makes a reappearance and is the protagonist or main character for 2010. He has been chosen to be a part of a recovery mission of sor [...]


    15. 3.75 starsI liked this sequel way more than I thought I was going to. 2001 is such a staple of pop culture and most people have at least heard of the movie but I've never heard anyone talk about the sequels to the book. For me, the first book was slightly better. I liked the body of the story of the first book a bit more but I liked the last few chapters of this book and the ending more than I liked the ending of the last book.I also liked that in this book the cast of characters was bigger. Don [...]


    16. I have mixed feelings about this book. Given that title, it should be a sequel to the novel 2001: A Space Odyssey, but it's not. It's more a semi-sequel to the movie of the same name. Where the novel and the book differ, 2010 follows the movie, expect where it changes things to make this novel more consistent. Since it's been a long time since I've seen the movie, I'm not aware of what those differences are. Clark's writing continues to be quite beautiful. He has the rare combination of being bo [...]


    17. Wow! I really can't think of anyone who can match Arthur C. Clarke in his ability to instill a sense of timeless wonder and awe that just makes your mind orgasm with joy!Clarke's writing is just beautiful to read. He makes you understand all the technical stuff, but does it in the most poetic way imagineable.The last few chapters and the epilogue reminded me of why I love Arthur C. Clarke. Just brilliant!


    18. The movie sequel is not as good as the original, but in many ways I think this might be Clarke's most polished effort. He actually takes the time to think out a plot and characters, and it's interesting to see what happens following the events in the first book/movie.


    19. Overall disappointing considering the first masterpiece. Gone is the sense of wonder, mystery and excitement. The first half of the book was pretty dry and slow and honestly I don't remember much of it. The second half was slightly better mainly because we find HAL-9000 again and what the heck happened with him.I think Clarke tried to put some characterization for his astronauts, but it didn't work, specially when most of it was to tell us who, why and how characters acted, thought and believed. [...]


    20. Wonderfully writtenHAL 9000, Dave Bowman, Flyod, Chandra, these are my favorite characters. Clarke describes the universe and the space out there with extraordinary details. Bits by bits, piece by piece. Jupiter and its satellites are miraculously presented with spectacular detailsI felt as if I am myself there in the ship inspecting the strange monolith and the abysse orange, red color of the sky is very vibrantA futuristic novel, with astonishing technology.The novel proves, man's imagination [...]


    21. I grew up watching the Peter Hymans movie adaptation of this novel. I later found a copy of the book in my high school library and read it while I was a teenager. It enjoyed it, knew I would read it again, but it has taken me about fifteen years. Amanda found a used copy at the library a few years ago, and I decided that after 2001 A Space Odyssey and Rendezvous with Rama, a little more Arthur C. Clarke wouldn’t hurt.Summary Ten years after the mysterious and disastrous events of the first bo [...]


    22. ‫بزرگ‌ترین معضل این کتاب،‌ اینه که دنباله‌ای بر فیلم‌نامهٔ اودیسهٔ فضاییه و نه بر کتابش. در فیلمی که کوبریک از این داستان ساخته، به دلیل محدودیت‌های زمانی و فنّی اون زمان، برخی روایات به گونه‌ای دیگه تصویر شدند. برای مثال، تکسنگ برادر بزرگ، به‌جای این که روی قمری از زحل ب [...]


    23. At times confusing. Rather shallow characters (it tells a lot that the most interesting one is a computer). Uneven pacingDespite these flaws, there's something about this novel that makes it feel fresh over thirty years after its publication. Maybe it's in the vagueness in describing the extraterrestrial intelligence. Or maybe it's the fact that we're finally about to enter the time of computers like HAL.In any case, this is a space adventure well worth experiencing.


    24. Kitap elimde fazlasıyla süründü diyebilirim. Bununda içinde pek heyecan ve merak duygusundan yoksun olmasına bağlıyorum. Bilim kurgu olarak ilginç eklentiler olsa da hikaye konusu olarak tek düze gidiyor. Bazı yerlerde hikaye heyecanlanıp sonra hemen sönüyor. Kitabın sonuna kadar ne için okuduğumu pek fark etmedim. En sonunda ki gelişmeler ile insanın merak duygusu artıyor sadece.


    25. "2010 - Odyssey Two" is a strong sequel to Arthur C. Clarke's renowned "2001 - A Space Odyssey". The story is well-crafted and the plot moves briskly, which makes for an enjoyable read. It's not deep on character development, and the action is infrequent, but delivered smartly and purposefully to provide the fuel for an interesting plot, expansive exposition of space, and exploration of key themes. Like the first novel, Clarke crafts his story and writing very deliberately to create a heavy and [...]



    26. Un secuela muy a la altura pero antes vamos con los peros.Es una secuela pero no del libro si no de la película. Entre el libro y la peli hay diferencias fundamentales como la localización. Mientras que en el libro era Saturno en la peli era Júpiter. Clarke parece que, tras ver el existo de la peli, lleva los cambios a la secuela de manera que altera totalmente el curso de los acontecimientos y supongo que la idea original que Clarke tenía al escribir la saga. El libro no desmerece por este [...]


    27. The second book by Arthur Clarke that I read. It's also the second book in the Odyssey series. Honestly, I didn't ask obvious questions. The who, why, where of the 'aliens' mentioned in the first part, the fate of the spaceship Discovery, fate of David Bowman needed to be asked. They are answered in this book.While Clarke continues to fascinate with the intricate details that space travel brings forth, he leaves you in awe with his descriptions of Jupiter & its moons. I was taken aback a bit [...]


    28. A little slow at the beginning but picked up nicely about a third of the way into the story. 2010 follows Heywood Floyd as he and two other US astronauts accompany a group of Russians out to Jupiter to recover the abandoned Discovery ship and learn what happened to David Bowman and the AI computer HAL. And, of course, probe the mystery that is the giant black monolith, nicknamed "Big Brother."The writing is very satisfying - Clarke's descriptions of alien worlds and life forms, his sympathic dia [...]


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