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The Foundation Trilogy is my favorite sci-fi book series, and also my favorite work by asimov.
While I have noted a few complaints about the second of these two stories, this book is still very well written, with action and suspense as good as any I've read.
On the surface, Foundation and Empire will seem like an uninspired playing out of Hari Seldon's vision for the future.
The ink is weak on many of the pages to the point of them being unreadable. This is orthogonal to the author of course, but this instance of his work was disappointing for that... Read morePublished 8 hours ago by Hayg Astourian
The Fondation series is one of the most important in SF. I first read what later became parts in this book in the early '50s, then I read the book along with other books in the... Read morePublished 16 hours ago by Joseph M. Firestone
Slow start ends with a band to segway into the next installment of the foundation series. Sufi classic.Published 19 hours ago by Steve
I found this book dull and lifeless at first, but there was something about Asimov's writing that pulled me to keep reading. Read morePublished 2 days ago by zach
Good SF. Though a classic, seemed dated. Good character development. Enjoyable.Published 3 days ago by Duane Johnson
Probably the worst Asimov ever. I am not sure why it is so highly rated by others. It seems disjointed and random... Read morePublished 5 days ago by Aaron
Arrived okay and as described cheaply made. reminds of reader's Digiest books.Published 6 days ago by Lonnie Stepp
Classic. I love the pacing and the story. Not deep character development, but the story keeps moving and I find I want to pick up the book again and again to see how things are... Read morePublished 6 days ago by James J Blumberg
Haven't read this for 50 years but a pleasure to revisit this classic. We could use the socio metrics model now!Published 6 days ago by Alan S. Ells