Arthur C. Clarke's Venus Prime Volume 3

Arthur C Clarke s Venus Prime Volume Dare Chin responsible for the safety of the Martian Plaquethe priceless artifact which proves that intelligent beings existed on Mars a billion years ago and Dr Morland a visiting scientist to the L

  • Title: Arthur C. Clarke's Venus Prime Volume 3
  • Author: Paul Preuss Arthur C. Clarke
  • ISBN: 9781588243669
  • Page: 281
  • Format: ebook
  • Dare Chin, responsible for the safety of the Martian Plaquethe priceless artifact which proves that intelligent beings existed on Mars a billion years ago and Dr Morland, a visiting scientist to the Labyrinth City of Marsinterested in experimenting on the plaque are both found dead and the plaque stolen Sparta alias Inspector Ellis Troy is sent on an interstellar huntDare Chin, responsible for the safety of the Martian Plaque the priceless artifact which proves that intelligent beings existed on Mars a billion years ago and Dr Morland, a visiting scientist to the Labyrinth City of Mars interested in experimenting on the plaque are both found dead and the plaque stolen Sparta alias Inspector Ellis Troy is sent on an interstellar hunt to retrieve the plaque and trace the killers Will she be able to overcome the life threatening pain she frequently experiences and the evil designs of the killers, is the ultimate question

    Arthur C Clarke Biography, Works, Facts Britannica Dec , Arthur C Clarke, in full Sir Arthur Charles Clarke, born December , , Minehead, Somerset, England died March , , Colombo, Sri Lanka , English writer, notable for both his science fiction and his nonfiction. Arthur C Clarke Arthur C Clarke was born in the seaside town of Minehead, Somerset, England in December , In he moved to London, where he joined the British Interplanetary Society There he started to experiment with astronautic material in the BIS, write the BIS Bulletin and science fiction During World War II, as a RAF officer, he was in charge Arthur C Clarke Author Biography Born on December , , in Minehead, England, Arthur C Clarke established himself as a preeminent science fiction and nonfiction writer during the mid th century. Arthur C Clarke Official Website Arthur C Clarke was an author, undersea explorer, science populariser and so much He first proposed the communications satellites and promoted space travel His science fiction and TV shows have sparked the imagination of millions worldwide. Arthur C Clarke Author of Arthur Charles Clarke was one of the most important and influential figures in th 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 . Arthur C Clarke s July th SFFWorld Jul , Arthur C Clarke s July th Mark Yon July , Comments With the upcoming th anniversary of the first Moon landing, I thought that it might be fun to look at a book that, first published in , tried to imagine what it would be like on July th . The Arthur C Clarke Foundation Unleashing imagination to UNLEASH IMAGINATION SHAPE THE FUTURE Washington, DC, Oct , Click here to watch With Brian Lamb, founder of C SPAN, George R.R Martin, author of Game of Thrones and Lord Martin Rees, British cosmologist and astrophysicist. Arthur C Clarke Any sufficiently advanced technology is The first rule of any technology used in a business is that automation applied to an efficient operation will magnify the efficiency The second is that automation applied Clarke s three laws Rendezvous with Rama

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    1. Better than part 2, but still felt a bit empty. Characters finally flesh out some more character (heh), and I'm starting to dig the main story arch. Still, the substory of this book felt far fetched and the ending rather forced.


    2. This book, and this entire series of books, is just annoying. This book is not great. It's not good literature. It's not even good sci-fi. There's nothing really innovative in them and the writing is not sterling.And yet the damn things are very engaging , very compelling, and I'm enjoying reading them. A good mix of sci-fi and adventure, with mystery/whodunnit pieces thrown in as well, this book is well-paced and fun. Some of the characterizations are a little superficial and its somewhat pred [...]


    3. Esta obra ya no es un puente entre un libro y otro de la saga, al contrario de lo que pasaba con el segundo libro. En esta historia nos encontramos un argumento completo con un final relativamente cerrado. Se desentraña un nuevo misterio y seguimos descubriendo más de los personajes y de las fuerzas que actúan sobre los mundos.Decir que esperaba que el final fuera algo más sonado, con más acción dados los acontecimientos. Pero, aún así, esto ayuda a dar pie a las nuevas aventuras. Por lo [...]


    4. by Paul Preuss, published in 1989.This, as you can tell from the title, is volume three of the Venus Prime series. A rather neat series of books based on some of Arthur C. Clarke’s shorter works. This one is based off of his short story “Hide and Seek”.Part mystery, part science fiction and part action adventure, I’m finding this series quite enjoyable. In this, the third installment, we find Sparta (Ellen Troy) traveling to Mars to investigate the theft of an alien plaque, and two murde [...]


    5. Clarke's view of Mars through the eyes of Paul Preuss: I first read this series when it came out in the late 1980's. They are highly entertaining and among my favorite books, it is high time they got a second printing. This third installment which takes us to Mars is as enjoyable as the rest, though my favorite is the second installment, "Maelstrom". Over the years I've had a lot of fun with Sparta and "The Free Spirit". I just wish I knew how to get my hands on one of those "Snark" attack helic [...]


    6. A detective story set on Mars during the early days of terraforming the planet. It is more about the surgically enhanced detective than about solving the theft and related murders. There is a fair bit of detail about the technology used on Mars (including a bunch of wire frame diagrams of various vehicles and buildings that are only incidentally related to the story).The crimes are solved quite easily but only one or two layers of detail are exposed about the people behind the crimes and about w [...]


    7. Another excellent book in the Venus Prime series. Murder, mystery detective novel all wrapped up in a sci-fi environment with real world physics and with a story arc that is only revealed a bit of a time in each book. What's not to like? Sparta / Ellen / Linda is a superbly written character; kick-ass yet vulnerable and sometimes naïve. Not quite up to the second book but still excellent. On to VP4!


    8. This novel seemed a cut above the first two. Multiple suspects, each with their own motivations, and an intriguing murder on Martian soil. The plot is again fairly simple, a mystery. We learn about the secret society only that they are immensely wealthy and consider themselves expendable. What is new is the development of a relationship between SPARTA and her friend.


    9. This was a pleasure to read beginning to end. The story, and mystery keep your attention. I can't go into much more detail because I read this a long time ago. I can say that I remember bits and pieces sometimes, so it has affected me on some level.


    10. Excellent Clarke scifi read. Stimulating and imaginitive. What happened to dreaming of science and space? Oh yeah, TV.





    11. Not a bad book in the series, but not the most stellar - it's the book that ties the beginning of the story to the complex ending.


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