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Rama Revealed   by Arthur C. Clarke, Gentry Lee

Read: 1986-01-01 Reviewed: 2004-04-10
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Final and ultimate expansion of the Rama universe. Arthur still manages to keep the science fiction believeable, but this one really does teeter on the edge. It turns out that Rama is a big guinea-pig experiment, but because the humans are so clever it becomes a failure and so the captors reveal themselves, and take the heroes (now growing very old) to their own world.

It is a good conclusion to the quartet, but I feel somehow would have been better to have left some questions unanswered.

Comment added 2005-07-25 by John [e-mail]
Your review was lacking any real critiques and you gave away the ending so to speak. I would suggest that you place a spoiler tag somewhere on your review or watch what you say about the final book of a series.

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