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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.
I can see why this is considered a sci-fi classic. The true "star" of this series (no pun intended) is the galaxy itself, particularly the frontier area of the galaxy... Read morePublished 11 hours ago by M. Gaffey
Read this more than thirty years ago, and this time I paid more attention. Certainly the main characters act like products of the 1940s, somehow placed in the far future. Read morePublished 12 hours ago by Friends Haverford Library
one of the classic science fiction stories of all time. It is the first of a series. Wonderful book.Published 1 day ago by PJ Ponder
I read it decades ago -- had to read it again. Psychohistory is an ingenious invention and inspired my sci-fi writing.Published 1 day ago by John beavers
See above. I wrote the evaluation in the first box available, mirroring the boy at the mailbox.
I am sorry!
Certainly a classic. I have read it many times and it is still fun to stack up the series and re-read them every 10 or 12 years. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Jerome Crawford
Fantastic book. Hard to believe it was published in the 1940's.Published 3 days ago by Justin Benson
I was a huge fan of Isaac Asimov and Arthur C. Clarke as a teen in the 1970s, but I never got around to reading Foundation — I had this impression that it was a big, epic, dense... Read morePublished 4 days ago by readergal