This is the very first short story written by one of the world's most prominent science-fiction authors.
Hi-fi sci-fi: don't miss The Collected Stories of Arthur C. Clarke: 1937-1999 (Unabridged Selections).
©2004 Bob E. Flick; (P)2004 Ziggurat Productions
Very short story that could have been an excellent novel. Unfortunately the audio engineers have added several very long tracks of foreboding music to lengthen the title unnecessarily.
Don't know, only had the audio version and I enjoyed it.
When the aliens finally find that the earths population saved itself!
He was very good in his interpretations of the written material.
Again the realization that the earths population saved itself.
I enjoyed it a lot!
This short story, while a little dated in some aspects (Bradbury wistfully predicted humans will soon abandon cities because we will all learn to fly helicopters) is still one of my all time favorite sf short stories, mostly because Bradbury manages to brag about humans without having a single one in the cast. I knocked it down one star because of the datedness.
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