Since I got my kindle a year ago, I have been waiting for a larger amount of Clarke's work to become available. Much of what is available is the more recent collaborations, which I don't care for.
I found this last night, and bought it immediately. "A Fall of Moondust" has been a favorite of mine for over 30 years, I have read it at least 5 times. It is described most often as a "hard" SF story, meaning it revolves around science and technology. That is true, but not accurate. This is a great story with several compelling characters, and a few plot twists to add to the excitement. It's like watching Apollo 13 for the 20th time, you know what is going to happen, but it is still exciting.
One of the things that I have always liked about this book is how it illustrates the differences, and similarities, between what a scientist does, and what an engineer does.
Sir Arthur tells an amazing amount of story in a small space, the print editions come in at under 250 pages. More modern authors would probably use 800 pages to tell the same story.
There are two other stories in this set, both of which are vintage Clarke, and highly enjoyable. However, I think "Fall of Moondust" shines above them.
Now, if only the publisher would make "Collected Stories" available, along with the Rama and 2001 series.