"Hope faded as his radius of vision grew and the screen remained empty. Again and again he called into the lonely silence, while grief and helplessness strove for the mastery of his soul."
FIRST EDITION, review copy.
In a departure from Arthur C. Clarke's usual medium of outer space, The Deep Range is a novel of the sea, and shows off Clarke's "impressive talents as astronomer, deep-sea naturalist, and novelist" (from the dust jacket).
New York: Harcourt, Brace, and Company, 1957. Octavo, original green boards, original dust jacket. With review slip tabbed in. Book fine, light edgewear to dust jacket.
Price: $300 .