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Arthur C Clarke Books in Order (51 Book Series)

2001 A Space Odyssey1984 Spring2010 Odyssey Two

Arthur C Clarke is a series of 51 books written by 6 authors. Here, you can see them all in order! (plus the year each book was published)

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    Total: 51 books
    1. 3

      Prelude to Space

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    2. 7

      Childhood's End

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    3. 8


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    4. 13

      The Deep Range

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    5. 18

      Dolphin Island

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    6. 24

      Into Space

      Robert Silverberg

    7. 26

      Imperial Earth

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    8. 34


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    9. 43

      Richter 10

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    10. 46

      The Trigger

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    • I'm interested in starting to read some science fiction. Could you guide me on Arthur C Clarke books in order?

      Absolutely! Arthur C Clarke is a titan in the world of science fiction. He has authored numerous books, all deeply engrossing with a keen sense of detail. To start, I would recommend reading his novels in publication order, starting with "The Sands of Mars" published in 1951. It's always interesting to see how an author's style and themes evolve over time.

    • How many books did Arthur C Clarke author during his career?

      Clarke authored over 70 books during his career! This includes a range of novels, short story collections, and non-fiction books. Each one is a testament to Clarke's imagination and his incredible ability to blend factual science with fantastical ideas.

    • I heard that Clarke was not just a science fiction author, but also an inventor. Is that true?

      Indeed it is! Aside from his science fiction novels, Clarke was also a futurist and inventor. He is credited with the idea of geostationary satellites, which are vital for modern communications. So, while you are reading his books, you can also appreciate the scientific genius of the author.

    • I am a big fan of Isaac Asimov. Will I enjoy reading Clarke's books?

      If you love Isaac Asimov's work, you are likely to enjoy Clarke's books. Both authors are part of the "Big Three" in science fiction, alongside Robert A. Heinlein. They both have a knack for creating immersive worlds filled with intriguing scientific concepts. So, if Asimov's work appeals to you, Clarke's should too!

    • Are there any annual collections of Clarke's books I can invest in?

      Yes! "The Collected Stories of Arthur C Clarke" is an annual collection you can consider. This collection includes a vast array of Clarke's short stories, giving you a comprehensive look at his work in this format.

    • Apart from novels, what other types of books did Clarke write?

      In addition to his novels, Clarke authored several non-fiction books and numerous short story collections. These delve into various scientific concepts and theories, demonstrating Clarke's profound understanding of these topics.

    • How were Clarke's books received by the science fiction community?

      Clarke's books were well-received by the community. His meticulous attention to scientific accuracy, combined with his gripping storytelling, earned him a place among the greatest science fiction writers of all time. His work continues to influence and inspire authors and readers alike.

    • Is there a book by Arthur C Clarke that is considered his best work?

      Many fans and critics consider "2001: A Space Odyssey" as one of Clarke's best works. It's an iconic science fiction novel, and its impact continues to resonate in the genre. However, Clarke has authored numerous books, each with their unique narrative and themes, and your favorite might just be among them!

    • I prefer fantasy to science fiction. Will I still enjoy Clarke's books?

      While Clarke's books are predominantly science fiction, they are written with a deep sense of wonder and exploration, elements often found in fantasy as well. You might find that you enjoy his books even if you generally prefer fantasy. Plus, reading Clarke might also open up a whole new genre for you to explore!