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Isaac Asimov

Isaac Asimov (1920-1992) was a prolific science fiction writer. Russian born but raised in the United States, he studied and taught chemistry before he became a full-time author. Asimov devised the Three Laws of Robotics, perhaps his most well-known contribution to science fiction literature.

Book Reviews

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The Rest Of The Robots
4 star rating
In this collection of stories Isaac Asimov examines the implications of a future dominated by sophisticated robots.
Released in 1964.


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Earth Is Room Enough
5 star rating
A collection of short science fiction and fantasy stories.
Released in 1957.


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The Currents of Space
4 star rating
A man with amnesia remembers that the planet is doomed. But will anyone believe him?
Released in 1955.


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I, Robot by Alex Proyas
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Destination: Universe! by A. E. van Vogt
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Away And Beyond by A. E. van Vogt
Aliens, time travel and fantastic machines feature in this collection of short stories.


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The Collapsium by Wil McCarthy
The sun is encircled by a device made of matter created from miniature black holes. What could possibly go wrong?