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Reach for Tomorrow. 1956
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Reach for Tomorrow. 1956 Reach for Tomorrow
by Arthur C. Clarke
First Edition 1956
Ballantine Books
New York
Publisher Code: H-135
Hardback in dust jacket
Cover illustration by Richard Powers
166 pages
Price: $2.00

Reach for Tomorrow, a collection of short fiction by Arthur C. Clarke.

  • Rescue Party
  • A Walk in the Dark
  • The Forgotten Enemy
  • Technical Error
  • The Parasite
  • The Fires Within
  • The Awakening
  • Trouble with the Natives
  • The Curse
  • Time's Arrow
  • Jupiter Five
  • The Possessed
The image opposite is from the 1968 printing of the Gollancz hardback edition. The blurb below is from the 1970 printing of the Corgi Books paperback edition, ISBN 0552084999. Cover illustration by Bill Botten.

Publisher’s Blurb – Lower Cover
From Arthur C. Clarke - "The colossus of science fiction" - come a spectrum of stories as wide and varied as the universe itself. Stories of swirling nebula and eons of time, of man's frailties, and man's mightiness, of strange gods and beings from other times and other worlds who come to haunt man or to challenge him . . .


Twelve stories of the universe . . .

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