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Read the book, skip the movie.
When Dr. Susan Calvin tries to use the Three Laws to determine whether he's human, she can't tell if he's a robot, or just a "very good man."
With the upcoming I, Robot movie with Will Smith, I figured it was about time to read the book before I ruined it by seeing the movie first.
Some of the stories are compelling, and some interesting questions are raised, but I kind of expected it to be more dense. This is probably better suited to teens.Published 11 hours ago by Amazon Customer
Isaac Asimov has a eye into the future of history. I Robot is an amazing book of short robot story's!Published 13 hours ago by Erik
With the same title as the movie I was expecting a story similar to it, but that wasn't the case. The short stories were interesting and some better than others. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Caleb Kruger
There are many on Earth who are unsure if robots should exist at all. But for many, the three laws of robots that keeps them from harming humans is enough to see them as just... Read morePublished 6 days ago by Megan
What was most unexpected was the format of the book. It's not a traditional novel, following one or more characters through a series of events. Read morePublished 7 days ago by StapleyJohnson
Had always wanted to read the series, and finally got there. It was different than I expected, but it is vintage Asimov. He delves into the details of ideas as well as anyone.Published 8 days ago by Jerry Bassett
Essential science fiction, pivotal, a book without which what followed would not be the same. Central to the stories is Robopsychologist Susan Calvin, one of Asimov's few... Read morePublished 12 days ago by Amazon Customer