Series: Rama Universe

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Rendezvous With Rama by Arthur C. Clarke1
Rama II by Arthur C. Clarke2
The Garden of Rama by Arthur C. Clarke3
Rama Revealed by Arthur C. Clarke4
Bright Messengers by Gentry Lee5
Double Full Moon Night by Gentry Lee6
The Tranquility Wars by Gentry Lee7
Rendezvous with Rama / Rama II by Arthur C. ClarkeOmnibus, 1-2
The Garden of Rama / Rama Revealed by Arthur C. ClarkeOmnibus, 3-4
Rama: The Omnibus by Arthur C. ClarkeOmnibus, 1-4

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This series contains the original Rama novel by Arthur C. Clarke and the followups that were primarily penned by Gentry Lee.

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