Publish date: 2003
Pages no: 432
Edition language: Thai
Series: Foundation (Chronological Order) Prequel 1
And with this volume, I bring to a close the Foundation series by Asimov (sort of; I'm still planning on reading the Benford-Bear-Brin books, since those at least have a pretty devoted following, too). I'm partly glad to be finished, since the stories tended to be somewhat repetitious and lacking i...
The story itself was good, and the writing wasn't bad. However, the short, awkwardly divided chapters and the cornball, George Lucas-esque dialogue prevented this from being amazing. Still, I look forward to finishing the series and reading some of Asimov's other works.
the immediate prequel to the Foundation Trilogy [which I shall now have to reread]. Seldon is on Trantor and trying to get psychohistory ready in time. This book covers about 30+ years. Not really interesting unless one was a big Foundation buff, which I am not. Founds the first Foundation and uses ...
I came to the original Foundation books rather late, so it was lovely for me when all the other books came along tying the Robot and the Foundation series together. And I guess it's time for a reread, because I don't remember what happens in any of them any more.
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