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I thought Asimov introduced too many characters in such a short book, too.
It's been about 15 years since I've read an Asimov book and I grabbed this one from the library on a whim (audiobook actually, and well done at that).
It is really an enormous tragedy that so many of Isaac Asimov's great Science Fiction works remain out of print.
I’ve read other Asimov books, and I feel there are others that are better than this one. But even "okay" Asimov books are still leagues better than a lot of other sci-fi... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Brian Driver
Not Isamov's best, but still a good read. The story moves fast and is never boring. Far superior to most current science fiction novels.Published 5 months ago by Omer Ilahi
and are reading this, STOP READING THIS AND ORDER THE BOOK.
You obviously know who Isaac Asimov is. This is among his best. Read more
Classic science fiction. Hard science foundation with a full bore story where interplay of character dominates over all else. Light engaging read.Published 6 months ago by Mark Daniels
Another book you will enjoy if you like Asimov or just enjoy a good story. It is not necessary to read the books in this series in ordetr because they are not very closely related.Published 7 months ago by Prinz Eugen
If you enjoy science fiction, you will find Asimov is one of the masters! "The Currents of Space" is no exception
of his genius.
It's been about 15 years since I've read an Asimov book and I grabbed this one from the library on a whim (audiobook actually, and well done at that). Read morePublished 8 months ago by Rocketman
Another terrific non-series Asimov novels, though it is in the context of his Galactic Empire. This one is set on a remote planet, Florina, where most of the population work as... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Anne Mills