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Nor do I have a problem with Sagan being an Agnostic. Clarke is one of my favorite authors and he was an Atheist. I also could not believe how bitchy the five chosen got on the trip.Like most books of this time and authors from the Age of Aquarius, there is much talk about Vietnam and Racism. I would give part one, four starts, Part two, three stars and Part three, four stars. 15 of 17 people found this review helpful I loved the glimpse into how scientific discovery unfolds and the fantasy. There are a couple glitches though where it jumps ahead randomly. I am writing this review to mainly focus on the major differences between the movie and the book. My favorite book, written by one of my favorite people (Carl Sagan).I had struggled with whether to choose the abridged, with Ms. So if you’d rather focus on the main plot line, the abridged might be a better choice. Only one of the accents annoyed me, the New York street accent. Putting those questions of existence up against love and faith, an interesting and confusing basket.

If I can pick another, the way Ellie's position is flipped about at the end is fab and I enjoyed the reversal.

In summary, excellent book, and not only because of the writing but due to the narrator's great performance as well.

Lefkow did an outstanding job as a true Voice Actor.

As far as I can tell, belief, faith and respect for each other's views is the heart of the book. If you like lots of technical detail and science alongside your philosophical debate, then you'll really enjoy this story.

I don't know much about Carl Sagan, but I get the sense he didn't believe in absolute certainties and he handles both viewpoints fairly and with an open mind in the book. Personally, I tend to focus on the latter, but I didn't find the science overwhelming or overly uninteresting and zoning out on the odd detail didn't detract from what was an excellent book. 1 of 1 people found this review helpful The narrator's impeccable reading style brought this great book to life.

If I can pick another, the way Ellie's position is flipped about at the end is fab and I enjoyed the reversal.

In summary, excellent book, and not only because of the writing but due to the narrator's great performance as well.

Lefkow did an outstanding job as a true Voice Actor.

As far as I can tell, belief, faith and respect for each other's views is the heart of the book. If you like lots of technical detail and science alongside your philosophical debate, then you'll really enjoy this story.

I don't know much about Carl Sagan, but I get the sense he didn't believe in absolute certainties and he handles both viewpoints fairly and with an open mind in the book. Personally, I tend to focus on the latter, but I didn't find the science overwhelming or overly uninteresting and zoning out on the odd detail didn't detract from what was an excellent book. 1 of 1 people found this review helpful The narrator's impeccable reading style brought this great book to life.

I think the Internet initially showed this might be possible but as the Internet of 2016 and the attitudes to climate change show us the public at large and the media are impatient and easily distracted and wouldn't have time for this despite the perspective it should have given them.