Unfortunately, Arthur C. Clarke has very little in common with a ballpoint pen - a pity, since he spends so much of his time under water. Writing memorable novels might might be enough in itself for an ordinary man, but for Clarke these represent only interruptions in that dominating area of his life which was spent with goggles and aqualung, competing with fish and porpoises on their own premises. Still, let us be thankful for what fate gives us; for it is unlikely that anyone without at least a trace of dolphin blood could have delighted us with this story.
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