Les Robots de l'aube (Robots of Dawn)
Publish date: 1988
Pages no: 522
Edition language: French
Series: Robot (#3)
I would rate it some where between 4 and 4.5 stars.Even though the story is good, but the story-telling is not on the par of other Asimov books.May be it is because he was changed by the time he wrote these books and other books in the series.
“I cannot say what I feel in any human sense, Partner Elijah. I can say, however, that the sight of you seems to make my thoughts flow more easily, and the gravitational pull on my body seems to assault my senses with lesser insistence."Ahh.. good old R. Daneel Olivaw, how I have missed you.It has b...
Asimov is known as a prolific author--but not particularly in terms of adult science fiction novels. Really, less than a couple of dozen--and he's best known for his Foundation and Robot novels. There was almost three decades between the first three Foundation books and Foundation's Edge. There he l...
This is the third full length Elijah Bailey SF mystery, set on the world of Aurora. Asimov has truly outdone himself in terms of world building (consistently top notch throughout his lengthy career) and characterisation, the latter of which was fairly week during his early years.He has captured extr...
This book lays the founding bricks for 'psychohistory' for the foundation series and as usual Elijah Bailey and R.Daneel Olivaw together ...liked this book 3-4stars
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