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2010: Odyssey Two (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 3. November 1997

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The Leonov is beaten to Jupiter by a Chinese mission which lands on Jupiter's moon, Europa, and falls victim to its unknown terrain. The last astronaut to die on the alien surface broadcast a message - there is life on Europa.

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"A daring romp through the solar system and a worthy successor to 2001."
*Carl Sagan


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 wrong . . . and 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 . . .


"Clarke deftly blends discovery, philosophy, and a newly acquired sense of play."
*Time


"2010 is easily Clarkes' best book in over a decade."
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Persönlich finde ich, dass der Vorgänger eindeutig spannender war. Alles war dort noch neu und unbekannt.
Da man den durch durch 2001 schon von der ausserirdischen Macht weiss, stellt sich kein richtiger Überraschungseffekt mehr ein. Die Story schleicht sich an den offengebliebenen Fragen des ersten Bandes entlang und beantwortet sie langsam Zug um Zug ohne aber richtig interessante Akzente zu setzen.
Für mich ist dieser Werk zusammengestückelt aus - wie oben geschildert- offenen Fragen des ersten Bandes und einigen neuen aber nicht besonders spannenden Elementen, wie z.B. das neuentdeckte Leben auf dem anderen Jupitermond oder das Wettrennen mit den Chinesen.
Wer gerne Fortetzungen liest, ist hier richtig beraten, aber wer eine spektakulär neue Storyline erwartet, setzt hier auf den falschen Dampfer.
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This is, in my opinion, the best sequel ever written. Most sequels are just poorly written cash-ins on a successful first book, but this is different. It is just as good as, and perhaps superior to (yes! you read that right) 2001. However, you MUST read 2001 before you read this, it is not really meant to stand on it's own. If you have read that awesome book (and/or seen the awesome movie) then this will be a real treat for you. Many of the questions left unanswered in 2001 (the whole monolith thing, the ending, etc.) are explained or partially explained here (somewhat to the chagrin, one might think, of Kubrick). This is simply a tour-de-force of fiction, it is at once technical and yet hard to put down. The descriptions of the various parts of the solar system (particularly Jupiter) are great, and leave one yearning for more. That said, what really makes this book shine is the awesome ending, which is, I belive, the best ending I have read in any book ever, (and in view of the next two good but not great Odyssey books, almost makes one wish that Clarke had ended the series here). I gurantee you it is not what you expect, and if you try to guess it (as I did) by the title of the last chapter you will be thrown off. It is a very poetic ending, a la Childhood's End. Okay, enough of my preaching, JUST READ IT.
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There is not doubt that 2010 is the greatest of all the Space Odyssey Series. The reason is really because here it is a space race, mixed with discovery and intrique. The characterization is better than any of the others books. Instead of just a Frank Poole, Indra Wallace, Dave Bowman or Hal you have a plethora of characters with defined personalities. They include the almost insane Chandra, the genious but realistic Curnow, the powerful captain Tanya Kirbuk, a Heywood Floyd out to redeem himself at the cost of his family and even a Dr. Chang of the Tsien willing to aid scientific "discovery" even in the last minutes of his life. The Chinese are also decribed well by Clarke. The Chinese military tactics in modern times have used massed, risky human wave assaults like in Korea which risk life and waste it without remorse. The same is true of the Tsien, it is sent to beat the Leonov and see Europa at the cost of everyone on board it. It even is meant to be rescued at a later time again at the cost of a hybernating lost years crew. Even in a space race the Chinese government tactic of wasting life is fully explored and perfectly analyzed by Clarke. Clarke is also quite realistic in his predictions, almost like a 21st Century HG Wells or Morgan Robertson. This is seen first by Clarke realizing in his book that many nations have nuclear weapons by now not just China, Britain, the US, France, and Russia. When he wrote it in the early 1980s these were some of the few countries that had nuclear weapons but Clarke predicted many more would get them but never use them. Look what has happened, now today India and Pakistan have nukes. Other countries near developing them or already allegedly possessing include Israel, South Africa, North Korea, Iran, and even Iraq.Lesen Sie weiter... ›
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I must admit, 2010 is a very interesting book.
The book seems to be more interested in explaning its cryptic predecessor rather than being its own book with its own storyline. The author apparantly wanted to leave the reader in wonder by leaving open many parts of the first book.
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2001: A Space Odyssey was written at a time when the outer planets of our solar system were only known as fuzzy discs, and their satelites as tiny dots of light. Arthur C. Clarke had to rely on his imagination to create the evocative outer solar-system vistas of 2001. This all changed when the Voyager probes flew past Jupiter in 1979, and the world marveled at the magnificent views of the Jovian system they beamed back to Earth. The dynamic, colorful atmosphere of Jupiter itself, the newly discovered Jovian ring system, the active volcanoes of Io, and the icy worlds of Europa, Ganymede and Callisto inspired the imaginations of millions, including Clarke's. It was time for Clarke to write what his fans had been waiting for for over a decade: a sequel to 2001 that would finally answer the many questions that 2001 had left unresolved, among them, why did HAL fail, and what happened to Dave Bowman?
Often, sequels turn out to be little more than just dull rehashs of the original work, but not this time. 2010 is as fresh and breathtaking as the first part, and, as we have come to expect from Clarke, is packed with surprises, plot twists and awe-inspiring revelations. The technically sophisticated reader will enjoy discussions of orbital mechanics, as well as richer character development and more complex social interactions than those in the previous work.
To my knowledge, this is the book where Clarke started to add gay or bisexual characters on a regular basis, and I cannot praise him enough for that. In the early 1980s, a bold statement like this took courage and moral integrity, and by making this statement, Clarke established himself as a social visionary, as well as a scientific one.
Unlike the movie adaptation, 2010 is a worthy successor to 2001, and a must-read for anyone who has enjoyed the original novel or movie.
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