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My introduction to Isaac Asimov was to read the first 5 Foundation novels.
I started reading the series in the order he wrote them and this book is by far the very best I have read in the foundation series.
His focus on morality and irritating, one-dimensional characters who talked way too much made for a very tedious-reading novel.
Brings the Robot, Empire, and Foundation series to an epic conclusion in a satisfying way with a great cameo at the end.Published 8 days ago by Marcus Vowell
As with all Asimov's I've read, and I've read a good number, its simple sentences and vocabulary make this not only an easy read, but also a relaxing one. Read morePublished 10 days ago by CentreRite
Extraordinary! An insight into our humanity, our failures, our potential. Should be required reading through out higher all earth bound educational institutions.Published 1 month ago by Larry Quickel
Have much admiration for
Asimov is a great Sci Fi writer. Have many of his books in my Kindle
I am a big Asimov fan. To cut right to the chase, this book held my interest, and for me, if a book does that, it gets 3 stars. Read morePublished 1 month ago by LF
Too wordy. I.E. Feels like Asimov was being paid by the word.
Good book... but no better.
I have returned after many years to re-read the robot and foundation series back to back in their I entirety. Asimov was a master of the genre...Published 1 month ago by Shoe