Corners bumped, slight edge wear, covers bowed out slightly.
Includes a special post-Apollo preface by the author, plus the foreward to the 1962 edition.
"Prometheus. . . the man who stole the gift of fire from the gods. . . the ship that would steal the gift of space from the universe. . . Arthur C. Clarke's world-wide reputation as a master of science fiction is unmatched since the days of Jules Verne and H. G. Wells. In a time when science is daily outstripping science fiction, Prelude To Space stands as his most prophetic novel."; 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall