Icarus at the Edge of Time
|Subject||Retelling of Icarus' tale.|
|Publisher||Alfred A. Knopf|
|Preceded by||The Fabric of the Cosmos|
|Followed by||The Hidden Reality|
Publishers Weekly review said, "Attractive on the shelf as both contemporary and science-focused, it is exactly what the author is trying to accomplish with his re-told fable, as well as a fine treatment of already beautiful imagery; not a lot of pushing and pulling is needed." A Trashotron review said, "fiction space opera as well as a new kind of children's book. It really does hold up with an appeal for anyone who is interested in science, storytelling or fathers and sons. That might add up to a sizable audience. They'll be well-rewarded, and it's good that the book can withstand multiple readings. It will get read and re-read; it is, after all, a myth." Booklist in their review called the novel "clever, charming, and mind-expanding, the perfect vehicle for conveying the astonishingly supple nature of space, time, and the human mind." 
In 2010 Icarus at the Edge of Time was made into a film by British filmmakers AL and AL. It was written by physicist Brian Greene and playwright David Henry Hwang, with a score by Philip Glass, and narrated by LeVar Burton.
- "Jackets Required: Icarus at the Edge of Time". Fwis. Publishers Weekly. August 8, 2008. Retrieved 2008-10-29.[dead link]
- "Icarus At the Edge of Time". Rick Kleffel. Trashotron. August 28, 2008. Retrieved 2008-10-29.
- Seaman, Donna (August 1, 2008). "Icarus at the Edge of Time". Booklist 105 (1): 48.
- "Icarus at the Edge of Time". See Further Festival. July 3, 2010. Retrieved 2010-07-11.
- "Icarus at the Edge of Time". World Science Festival. June 6, 2010. Retrieved 2015-11-27.
- "Icarus at the Edge of Time" Opens the 2012 World Science Festival, WNET, New York, May 21, 2012
- Official website, icarusattheedgeoftime.com
- A reading of the abridged version
- New York Entertainment
- Pittsburgh Tribune
- Chip Kidd on designing the book
- Trailer for the film adaptation
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