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|Length: 304 pages||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled||
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I expected a novel, but the connected short stories were fine.Published 9 days ago by Nicki Haberland
This was my first (and as of this writing, only) step into Isaac Asimov, and only my second look into classic science fiction. Read morePublished 21 days ago by Glaublich
Isaac Asimov is really the father of sci-fi novels. It's no surprise that a lot of Hollywood movies are based on his novels.Published 24 days ago by Michael Blair
A true classic. I have read this a couple of times and still love it.Published 24 days ago by Amazon Customer
Asimov was such a brilliant writer-- it's amazing to read his stories; you can literally visualize the story as it unfolds and that speaks to the talent of the writer I was... Read morePublished 26 days ago by crazymom
I enjoyed the movie and was eager to read the book - which turned out nothing like the movie. At all. The only thing the same was the name Susan Calvin. Read morePublished 1 month ago by empress8411
I love how the book is set in the "future". But, that time is Now!Published 1 month ago by Happyvegi60
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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
The name Amazon.com was chosen because the Amazon River is the largest river in the world, and so the name suggests large size, and also in part because it starts with 'A' and therefore would show up near the beginning of alphabetical lists.
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