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 the British filmmakers AL and AL. It was written by Greene and the playwright David Henry Hwang, with an original score by Philip Glass, and narrated by LeVar Burton.
- "Jackets Required: Icarus at the Edge of Time". Fwis. Publishers Weekly. August 8, 2008. Archived from the original on January 7, 2009. Retrieved 2008-10-29.
- "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[permanent dead link]
- Chip Kidd on designing the book
- Trailer for the film adaptation
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