Sitzbook Review: ‘Childhood’s End’ by Arthur C. Clarke

Hi again! We’re back with another quick 100-word review, this time of Childhood’s End by Arthur C. Clarke.

Surprisingly, this was the first Clarke book that I’d read, but I really enjoyed it. It’s influenced countless books and movies in terms of style and plot. The story–don’t worry, no spoilers–is instantly engaging and kept my interest throughout the entire quick read.

The Kindle version is also on sale on Amazon for $1.99 a week or so, which is why I’m mentioning it now. I’ve you’ve not read it and are looking for an entertaining sci-fi story, look no further.

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