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I did not realize I, Robot was a collection of stories! I also didn't know it was written in 1950. Holy cow, what an imagination Mr. Asimov had! Read morePublished 10 hours ago by Elyse L
What a disjointed piece of work. New to science fiction genre. If this is any indication of what scy fy is all about, then no wonder it is read by a select few. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Jeffrey W Mudge
Asimov broke the 'mold' for SF writing about robots in the 1940's - 1950's - these were the first robots that were not villains, that actually really helped humans. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Jay Warner
To each his own taste - Asimov was certainly a popular and influential scifi author, but I find his stuff awful -
Plastic characterizations, dated social conventions,... Read more
Asimov is brilliant.
And this edition is built to withstand most anything.
Read this book of you want to engage with the entire sci-fi cannon. The writing is ok and the stories mediocre; I really didn't get super into it until the last quarter of the... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Andrew Beck
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 1 month ago by Hyokun Yun
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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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