O Jardim de Rama
Arthur C. Clarke Jorge de Castro Ramos
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No ano 2130, uma misteriosa nave espacial, Rama, entrou no sistema solar Era enorme suficientemente grande para conter uma cidade e um mar e estava vazia, aparentemente abandonada Na altura em que Rama partiu para o seu destino desconhecido, muitas maravilhas haviam sido reveladas, mas poucos mist rios resolvidos Apenas uma coisa ficara clara tudo o que os enigm tiNo ano 2130, uma misteriosa nave espacial, Rama, entrou no sistema solar Era enorme suficientemente grande para conter uma cidade e um mar e estava vazia, aparentemente abandonada Na altura em que Rama partiu para o seu destino desconhecido, muitas maravilhas haviam sido reveladas, mas poucos mist rios resolvidos Apenas uma coisa ficara clara tudo o que os enigm ticos construtores de Rama haviam concebido, tinham no feito em duplicado.Agora, Rama II est no seu caminho para fora do sistema solar A bordo encontram se tr s seres humanos, dois homens e uma mulher, ali deixados quando a expedi o partiu frente deles encontra se o desconhecido, uma viagem que nenhum humano jamais experimentara E, no fim da jornada, podia estar a verdade sobre Rama.
  • Title: O Jardim de Rama
  • Author: Arthur C. Clarke Jorge de Castro Ramos
  • ISBN: 9789721041875
  • Page: 105
  • Format: Paperback

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Lee Feb 16, 2020 - 22:33 PM
There's a scene towards the end of the sixth Harry Potter book where Harry and Dumbledore find a small basin of water with a much-needed magical item at the bottom of it. The water is cursed, though, and they can't simply reach in and grab the item, nor scoop out the water; the water has to be drunk in its totality before the item can be attained. And you just know that water's going to taste bad. Think the purified essence of a thousand Domino's pizzas and then multiply that by three. Yes, that [...]
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bsc Feb 16, 2020 - 22:33 PM
This is where the Rama series ends for me. A lot of the Rama mystery is gone. Clarke appears to be completely absent in this one and Lee is just not cut out to fly solo.The first quarter was interesting. There was still some focus on the Rama mystery. The rest of the book, however, is tedious and pointless as it focuses on the human society aboard Rama. Basically society breaks down and ridiculousness ensues.This is not what I wanted in a Rama sequel. I wanted to learn more (but not too much) ab [...]
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Si Barron Feb 16, 2020 - 22:33 PM
Loved the first Rama novel; number 2 something of a disappointment- this one is a major let down. What I liked in the first 2 is the mystery and the sense of weird erieness; the inexplicable killings and the strange surreal architecture; also the loneliness and emptiness.These elements do appear in the first half of this book- I loved the description of Nichole venturing ito the Avian lair and walking down miles of empty corridor before coming to a solitary door. Yup these bits make me tingled w [...]
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Denis Feb 16, 2020 - 22:33 PM
Unlike the first sequel, aptly titled, "Rama II", this third instalment refers less to Clarke's original novel, "Rendez-vous with Rama". This is set nine months after Rama II which is set 70 years after the first appearance of the mysterious artifact that cruised through our solar system. While Nicole des Jardins, husband Richard Wakefield and Michael O'Toole were stranded on Rama II headed somewhere near Sirius, they have between then five children. These become our new cast characters for the [...]
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Stephen T Shores Feb 16, 2020 - 22:33 PM
I don't really understand why this novel has to much negative feedback. It's true, the first third of the book does proceed rather slowly at times, but it has to in order to make sure that the entire story is set up, not only for this book, but for the books to come. If you jumped ship before finishing this novel, you shouldn't review the book. I think the main thing people don't like about the Rama series after the first book is all the human drama. Rendezvous with Rama is a good sci-fi novel, [...]
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Palmyrah Feb 16, 2020 - 22:33 PM
Vile. Clumsily written by a dullard and carelessly edited by a sluggard. Read Lee's review near the top of the list if you really are still curious.
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AnaVlădescu Feb 16, 2020 - 22:33 PM
The book is good. I still like the story. I'm still giving it 4 stars. The rest from now on will probably be spoilers. (view spoiler)[I am sticking with my 4 star rating for the third time in the Rama series, even though this book is completely different from the first two. The present work translates more like a social experiment (what would happen if you take a cross section of 2000 humans that would perfectly resemble Earth's genetic, social and cultural population and you plant them on an al [...]
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Robert Devoe Feb 16, 2020 - 22:33 PM
When I read this novel as a teenager, I loved it, as I totally enthralled with the Rama series and the writings of Arthur C. Clarke in general. As I read this book a second time as an adult, I realized that this book is really just lousy, and it was extremely evident that this was not in any part written by the master author Mr. Clarke, but instead was likely written entirely by Gentry Lee and signed off on by Mr. Clarke's agent for some quick cash. This "Sci-Fi" novel is better suited for a dri [...]
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David (דוד) Feb 16, 2020 - 22:33 PM
SUPERB!Looking much forward to read its following book.This book gave me thoughts (once again) to ponder about the human situation towards itself and its attitude towards other species. Gave me the shudders!!At another instance, it also pointed out about the pleasures (and possible rewards) of experiencing things anew.A Fantastic Book, in a Fantastic Series! :) :)
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Ed Tinkertoy Feb 16, 2020 - 22:33 PM
This is part three of the series and my second time reading it. Again, I just didn't remember things the way the book presents them. In this book the family has reached the Node, been informed by the aliens that they are to be studies as are all other species the aliens can find anywhere in the universe. Meanwhile, the family has expanded to 5 kids. They are then informed that they can all leave the Node to go back to their solar system except two must remain at the Node. The oldest person agree [...]
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Jim Razinha Feb 16, 2020 - 22:33 PM
Torn on this onee story might have gotten three stars for being a relatively mindless read with fairly good flow, it was still mightily flawed. First, two men should not presume to write first person from a female perspective - even if one of those men claims to have bounced the story off of his wife; the first quarter of the book was in the form of diary entries of a carryover female character from Rama IId reminded me of early sci-fi sexism. The second quarter was decent enough science fiction [...]
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Greg Sidor Feb 16, 2020 - 22:33 PM
This is the third in the series and I've read them one after another. "The Garden of Rama" is by far the weakest entry. The first book focused on the mystery of the craft and its absent creators. "Rama II" followed another expedition that delved deeper into the craft. The third installment gets hung up on humans who aren't that interesting, and predictable themes that don't fit into a series about enigmatic aliens.As strange as it sounds, "The Garden of Rama" needed less of a human element. Nico [...]
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Todd Martin Feb 16, 2020 - 22:33 PM
The Garden of Rama is the third installment of a four part series. It's better than the second book, but nowhere near as good as the first. On the positive side:- It accurately portrays humans as the dysfunctional assholes they are.- A bit of the mystery that can be found in the first book is re-introduced.On the negative: - The plot quite literally goes nowhere (the ship travels to Sirius only to turn right back around and return to Earth).- The characters are uninteresting.- There's quite a bi [...]
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Paul Feb 16, 2020 - 22:33 PM
Heavens to Murgatroyd and back again! Shamelessly inventive and enjoyable. Less mysterious than Rendezvous with Rama, less confined than Rama II, a grand, grand adventure. Little leggies, I'll miss you.
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Steve Schinke Feb 16, 2020 - 22:33 PM
Average pulp science fiction about the inherent evilness and goodness of humans. "Lord of the Flies" in space, with a dispassionate alien race watching.
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Tim Feb 16, 2020 - 22:33 PM
OK, here we go: This, the third of the quadrology of Rama, refers to new Eden, sort of the New Garden of Eden if you will; took me some time to get it. This one starts out with the journals of Nicole Des Jardins and her husband and companion, having kids and eking out their existence in Rama II. The first part, then, is a description of life with the scientist and the theologian, whom Nicole convinces to sire her next two kiddos, with the possibility of them kiddos hookin' up and makin' some mor [...]
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Caroline Feb 16, 2020 - 22:33 PM
So, this is the third book in a series of at least four, possibly more. I don't know though; my mom handed me this one thinking I'd like it. So I jumped in without really knowing anything that happened before the story started. It added a mystery piece to it, which was pretty cool. And they give enough information throughout that I could guess what was going on, and even get those kind of questions answered. I think they even did it in a way that the information would not have been redundant had [...]
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Laura Feb 16, 2020 - 22:33 PM
Mainly, this book was very boring and not a hard sci-fi book at all. We do learn about a new alien species, but the social/political drama overshadows it all. The main character is a woman, which usually I appreciate, but not in this book. Nicole is a over the top mary sue type character, we are expected to believe that she is a gold medal Olympian astronaut, who also had an affair with the King of England?! Several times in the book it mentions that her daughter from the affair could technicall [...]
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Miguel Feb 16, 2020 - 22:33 PM
As with Clarke's other books, I found this to be a serious page turner and got through it in a handful of sittings. He keeps the Rama mystery interesting even if events are a little bit predictable. What Clarke and Lee do wrong here is stuff the book up with flashbacks to flesh out main characters. The authors should have relied more on pages of action and dialogue, which they do better but which frequently seemed abridged. My other gripe, and this is a complaint about the series generally, is t [...]
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LKM Feb 16, 2020 - 22:33 PM
Sooo, disappointing. Enjoyed reading about the parts about Rama, totally disliked the whole human parts of it and specially towards the end. (view spoiler)[And hated how suddenly when people are found alone on strange lands/ships/planets where they might never see another living person, they immediately think "Oh my, how are we EVER gonna populate this place? Lets get it on!"Nevermind at the point they still could have explored a lot more of Rama's secrets, or minded their survival even more tha [...]
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Христо Блажев Feb 16, 2020 - 22:33 PM
Вторият том на “Рама” превръща фантастичната сага във фамилна драма”Градината на Рама” проследява приключенията на тримата космонавти, които бяха “отвлечени” от втория космически кораб, който напуска Слънчевата система веднага след безуспешния опит на земляните да [...]
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Perderders Feb 16, 2020 - 22:33 PM
Ya que hay que valorarlo en una escala sobre 5 se queda en un tres, pero bastante más próximo a un 4 que el anterior. En mi opinión, mejor narrado, con conflictos mejor planteados, y más interesante en general.
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Ata Feb 16, 2020 - 22:33 PM
Rendezvous with Rama was unquestionably brilliant.I endured Rama II because I wanted to read all four books.The writing and the characters in this book just got more and more perfect as it continued on. It got unendurable.Abandoned.
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Mahmut Feb 16, 2020 - 22:33 PM
Bu kitapla birlikte serinin sonuna kadar bir aile öyküsünü de deneyim etmeye başlıyorsunuz. İkinci kitapta okuyucuya sevdirilen ve okuyucunun önemsemesi istenilen karakterlerin motivasyonları mükemmel bir kurguyla aktarılıyor.
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TheOldWoman&TheSea Feb 16, 2020 - 22:33 PM
Two and a half stars.The first half of the books was readable. I'm not saying I particularly liked it, but it was readable.The second half of the book however There is really no point.Two thousand people are abducted by Rama III because some entity 'wants to study humanity' in a closed environment. There's some thugs that set up an Asian Cartel that ends up controlling the entire human habitat. There's the genocide of the Avians by the humans. There's the humans dying off because of a retrovir [...]
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Florin Constantinescu Feb 16, 2020 - 22:33 PM
"Rama II", "The Garden of Rama", and "Rama Revealed" are all one huge novel split into three books for publication purposes, so this review will be the same for all.I seem to be part of a very small group of readers who enjoyed Rama's sequels more than the original.There has been speculation about how much of this 'new' series has been written by Lee, and how much by Clarke himself, but I found such ramblings irrelevant to the story at hand. Which is much better written than the original, in my [...]
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Emily Feb 16, 2020 - 22:33 PM
I thought Rendezvous was great, but the second two books after Clarke passed off writing them to Gentry Lee and became basically a glorified editor were some of my least favorite books in scifi. Lee turned a series that started off as a beautiful and interesting book about exploring something unknown and vast and mysterious, and turned it into a weird character drama with Rama as a backdrop, including such fun elements as incest and the marriage of an elderly man to a child. I read the entirety [...]
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Dominic Salvucci Feb 16, 2020 - 22:33 PM
Spoiler Alert!!!! The book is good, although at times I dislike how the characters develop. This may be a sign of excellent writing since I grew to appreciate their qualities and there was a distinct change up. It was as if a friend began conducting his or herself in a fashion you were very much opposed to. This was was on and off again several times. The realistic human nature of many involved was a highlight of the book. I could see the actions taking place if this story were to become reality [...]
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Alina Feb 16, 2020 - 22:33 PM
I was a big fan of Rendezvous with Rama, and the only reason I read the next two books in the series was because I kept hoping the writing would get back to the style and approach of the 1st book. I was wrong. Gentry Lee's writing is nowhere near Clarke's and you can't miss the shift in style between book 1 and 2, where we go from proper sci-fi to a character drama that just happens to take place in the context of space exploration and alien encounters. I gave it two starts instead of one just d [...]
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Gfec Feb 16, 2020 - 22:33 PM
after "uncuted long intro in not Clarke best books standards" ( personal and family relations mainly ) books get into Rama´s exploration journey and nice questions about "who is who, what is what, what comes" like 1st part of saga, next again we jump into world of political and interhumans parts and circa in 2/3 of book starts more technological/between races conflicts which leads on background of "human evil" to opened end, so, if book have had cca 100-150 pages minus ( of offered ), could be [...]
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O Jardim de Rama By Arthur C. Clarke Jorge de Castro Ramos No ano 2130, uma misteriosa nave espacial, Rama, entrou no sistema solar Era enorme suficientemente grande para conter uma cidade e um mar e estava vazia, aparentemente abandonada Na altura em que Rama partiu para o seu destino desconhecido, muitas maravilhas haviam sido reveladas, mas poucos mist rios resolvidos Apenas uma coisa ficara clara tudo o que os enigm tiNo ano 2130, uma misteriosa nave espacial, Rama, entrou no sistema solar Era enorme suficientemente grande para conter uma cidade e um mar e estava vazia, aparentemente abandonada Na altura em que Rama partiu para o seu destino desconhecido, muitas maravilhas haviam sido reveladas, mas poucos mist rios resolvidos Apenas uma coisa ficara clara tudo o que os enigm ticos construtores de Rama haviam concebido, tinham no feito em duplicado.Agora, Rama II est no seu caminho para fora do sistema solar A bordo encontram se tr s seres humanos, dois homens e uma mulher, ali deixados quando a expedi o partiu frente deles encontra se o desconhecido, uma viagem que nenhum humano jamais experimentara E, no fim da jornada, podia estar a verdade sobre Rama.

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