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The Medusa Encounter. 1990 Arthur C. Clarke's Venus Prime 4:
The Medusa Encounter

by Paul Preuss
1st Edition 1990.
Avon Books.
New York.
ISBN 0380753480.
Paperback.
Cover illustration by Jim Burns.
Interior artwork by Darrel Anderson.

280+16 pages.
Price: $3.95.

Notes
The Medusa Encounter, a novel by Paul Preuss based on Arthur C. Clarke's 1971 novelette, A Meeting With Medusa.

Volume 4 of Arthur C. Clarke's Venus Prime.

Includes an essay by Arthur C. Clarke and a set of technical "blueprints" drawn by Darrel Anderson.

The image opposite and the blurb below are from the first printing of the 2001 ibooks paperback edition, ISBN 0743412850. Cover illustration by Jim Burns.

Publisher’s Blurb – Lower Cover
The fourth volume in a series of science fiction thrillers evolving from the works of Arthur C. Clarke, grandmaster of science fiction and author of 2001: A Space Odyssey.

Her code name is Sparta. Her beauty veils a mysterious past and abilities of superhuman dimension - the product of advanced biotechnology.

Recovering from her mission on Mars, Sparta finds herself the guest of the Space Board. But relaxation is short-lived as she sets out on an interplanetary investigation-of the Space Board itself!

Members of the Free Spirit, a religious cult intending to gain control of all the worlds of our galaxy, have infiltrated the Space Board. As the date of the manned mission into the clouds of Jupiter approaches, Sparta’s suspicions grow. She is certain the mission has fallen into the hands of the cult, and she is determined to stop it.

This breathtaking adventure brings together the genius of Arthur C. Clarke and the talents of distinguished science fiction writer Paul Preuss.

Introduction by Arthur C. Clarke

Cover art by Jim Burns, with a special section of computer-generated tech specs and blueprints of the spacecraft and hardware from Venus Prime by Darrel Anderson.

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