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His most effective piece of work. Asimov's exemplary clarity in plotting is precisely suited to the material at hand. (Locus)
By literary standards, this tale of time travel from the 95th century is generally rated Asimov's best. (Entertainment Weekly)
Asimov's flirtation with the tropes employed by A.E. van Vogt and Charles Harness is startling for an author deemed ultra-rational and scientific.…The effects of this influential, seminal book echo to the present, in the works of such writers as Greg Egan, John Varley, Kage Baker, and Greg Bear. (SciFi.com)
Isaac Asimov lived in Boston and in New York City most of his life. He died in 1992 at the age of seventy-two.See all Editorial Reviews
i found this to be a very tough read for the majority of the book. It just seemed very dry, confusing, and pretty boring. About 90% through, however, it gets intresting. Read morePublished 20 days ago by ED209
The book is so engrossing that I read the entirety of it in less than two airplane rides less than three days apart. Read morePublished 25 days ago by Carlos Gonzalez
I got started in science fiction with Azimov's robot stories. This is even better than those.Published 27 days ago by Chet Haibel
One of the finest works of science fiction I have ever read. It is absolutely worth the $5 it costs as a Kindle download. Do it.Published 1 month ago by Tim P Rogers
Nightfall is said to be Asimov's greatest short story: I have a substantial collection of his books, and have never been in any doubt that this is his best novel. Read morePublished 1 month ago by John Anderson