Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: January 22nd 2002
Publisher: Plaza & Janes Editories, S.A.
Pages no: 264
Edition language: Spanish
Series: Foundation (#1)
Really, Asimov?The future painted in Foundation, a future 10,000 years from now, has male emperors, scientists, thinkers, officials, warriors. Male humans. And they all have Western or Russian-sounding names. And they have the same life-expectancy as today, create conspiracies, fight, build monarch...
Foundation is another novel where two styles clash. Unlike others, though, Asimov manages to make them merge. It’s especially impressive because these are two styles which shouldn’t work together. Asimov is a much better writer than people give him credit. He may not understand human beings, but few...
I have to ask...What is the big deal with this series???I have read Foundation, and honestly, it left me flat. I have geared myself up for an epic SciFi novel, and found myself reading something resembling an instruction manual instead. The novel revolves around psychohistorians who successfully app...
This book was such a pleasure to read. I loved the time jumps between chapters and seeing how much the Foundation had changed during those times.Great descriptions and wonderful language. Asimov has such a gift for writing and telling a story. I can't wait to read the next book.I will admit the powe...
Sometimes the story was a little slow, but it is well worth the read.