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2010: Odyssey Two par Arthur C. Clarke
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2010: Odyssey Two (original 1982; édition 1984)

par Arthur C. Clarke

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Titre:2010: Odyssey Two
Auteurs:Arthur C. Clarke
Info:Del Rey (1984), Mass Market Paperback, 352 pages
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2010 : Odyssée deux par Arthur C. Clarke (1982)

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    2001 : l'Odyssée de l'espace par Arthur C. Clarke (ksk21, philAbrams)
  2. 30
    Jupiter par Ben Bova (jseger9000)
    jseger9000: Both books imagine a journey through the atmospheres of Jupiter
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2010: Odyssey Two
Author: Arthur C. Clarke
Publisher: Del Rey Books
Publishing Date: 1982
Pgs: 291
Dewey: F CLA
Disposition: Irving Public Library - South Campus - Irving, TX
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REVIEW MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS
Summary:
9 years after Discovery’s mission to Jupiter, a joint US-Soviet expedition sets sail for the mysteries left behind by HAL and Dave Bowman. Their mission to rendezvous with the Discovery and search the memory banks to determine what happened out there. Though while they are searching something comes looking for them and the people of Earth. The Monoliths return. The future...the past...humankind...and others. New life. Old life. The future.
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Genre:
Science Fiction
Space Opera
Exploration
Hard Science Fiction
Aliens

Why this book:
As a primer, along with 2001, for reading the next two books in the series.
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Cover Art:
Reminiscent of 2001.

Least Favorite Character:
Dr. Chandra is nuts. The fear that he will side with his creation is palpable.

Favorite Scene:
Ground Control to Major Tom: The horror of what happened to Professor Chang on Europa. At least the others died. He was left alone. With no hope. A million miles from the nearest humans and hundreds of millions of miles from home.

Graveyard watch with HAL on the reborn Discovery would be creepy as hell.

Hmm Moments:
Is the subtext between Haywood and Orlova intentional? And with her husband as part of the flight crew. If there was subtext it was never touched on again. Heywood Floyd's mentioning in a message to his wife whether she was wondering how he's getting along with Orlova just seems odd, in light of that aforementioned subtext. Of course, maybe that’s one of the things that the wife picked up on and that’s why she left him while he was across the Solar System.

Wondering if Irina the last-minute addition to the crew, replacement dietitian, is actually a KGB agent?
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Last Page Sound:
It's a satisfying read.

Questions I’m Left With:
Uncertain at the purpose of having Bowman's first girlfriend lie to him when he came back to her as a ghostly alien presence or whatever the hell he is.
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  texascheeseman | May 13, 2021 |
https://nwhyte.livejournal.com/3559291.html

There's nothing terribly wrong with the novel, but nothing terribly right about it either. Having spent the 1970s working on the three books from what was then the biggest book deal in science fiction history, Clarke came back to 2001 partly because he was interested to follow the story, but also I'm sure partly because he realised he could make a lot of money from it. There are some good bits that are not in the film - the relationships between the astronauts, and Floyd's marriage, are all given a lot more detail, the tragic story of the Chinese expedition is a well-judged interlude, and we actually get to see the alien life of the Jupiter system. But it's also clearly written not to end the story but to continue it. I rushed out and bought this when it came out, but did not do the same for the later books in the series, and I don't think I was alone in reacting that way. I love almost all of Clarke's work, partly for teenage nostalgia and partly for genuine sensawunda, but this is not at the top of my list. ( )
  nwhyte | Dec 27, 2020 |
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  lcslibrarian | Aug 13, 2020 |
With 2010, Arthur C. Clarke's ability to write interesting, believable, and likable characters has improved dramatically, particularly compared to the cardboard cutouts from Rendezvous with Rama, and the similarly bland characters (with the exception of HAL) from 2001. The book also does a great job of answering the remaining questions from the novelization of 2001.

As far as the book to the movie goes, it's something of a 50/50 split. The book is better at providing the answers then the movie is, and there are some stupid decisions that the characters make in the film which aren't made in the book (like sending Max in a manned pod out to the Monolith, instead of using an unmanned pod operated by remote). Also, the book manages to be semi-prescient by having giving China a space program that would have been somewhat unimaginable when the first film came out. However, the movie manages to be more reasonable by increasing the danger to the Leonov when Jupiter becomes a star.

All in all, 2010 is one of my favorite Arthur C. Clarke novels, and is definitely a worthy companion to 2001. ( )
  Count_Zero | Jul 7, 2020 |
Great book. It's Arthur C. Clarke. What more can you say? ( )
  Graduate | Jun 28, 2020 |
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MEMO TO: Sr. Jorge Luiz Calife of Rio de Janeiro RE: Advisability of sequel to ''2001: A Space Odyssey.'' According to a note at the end of Arthur C. Clarke's new novel, you are partly responsible for persuading the author that a sequel to ''2001'' would be a good idea, long after Mr. Clarke had concluded that such a sequel would be ''clearly impossible.'' I don't know exactly what you said to him in your letter, Sr. Calife, but I wish you hadn't.
ajouté par stephmo | modifierNew York Times, Gerald Jonas (Jan 23, 1983)
 
Clarke deftly blends discovery, philosophy and a newly acquired sense of play that manifests itself in references to films like Alien and Star Wars, and snippets from recent headlines. If, by the end, he leaves readers as bewildered as his astronauts, they can at least claim to have been better entertained.
ajouté par Shortride | modifierTime, Peter Stoler (Nov 18, 1982)
 

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