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Robots in this book are very close to human beings; far closer than any SF novel or movie I have ever read or seen. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Hyokun Yun
i'm partial to Asimov, bad i,Robot is one of his best works. Love the way he tied the short stories together into a nice cohesive unit. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Tony L. Smith
Def not what I was expecting. Found it tedious to get thru. I've only seen bits of the movie, I'm not sure if this book had anything to do with the moviePublished 4 days ago by Omar Restom
I was only familiar with the movie by the same title. If you are looking for that story you will be disappointed. Read morePublished 25 days ago by Michael D. Haberman
It had been awhile since I read this collection of short stories by Dr. Asimov. Still enjoyable reading even after forty years!Published 28 days ago by Tom
For the era of when it was written it was pretty ground breaking sci fi. Now not so much...a little dated.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Isaac Asimov is the one who caused me to continue reading science fiction as a kid and then as an adult. I still consider his theories about psycho-history today. Read morePublished 1 month ago by S. Shannon
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Essentially a collection of stories tracing humankind's future with the development of robots. "I, Robot" begins by introducing the earliest robots, who cannot yet speak but already hold enough superhuman abilities to earn them the distrust of many humans. Also in the very first pages,... Read More
May 13, 2006 by Gary S | See all 2 posts
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