Publish date: 1971-03
Publisher: Doubleday & Company, Inc.
Pages no: 191
Edition language: English
Series: Foundation (Publication Order) (#3)
The completion of the original Foundation trilogy sees the masterplan of Hari Sheldon righted by his secret safety valve. Second Foundation by Isaac Asimov sees first the Mule and then the First Foundation itself looking for Sheldon’s second institution because they felt it was a threat, while the ...
There are two sayings about reading literature that I hear often. The first is that the person just can’t get into the book. The second is that I should wait 1000 pages until the character killed in the epilogue for A Storm of Swords for a cheap twist, is connected to the larger picture. True, these...
This was by far my favorite book in the original trilogy. This book was much easier to follow in comparison to the first two books, because instead of covering over a hundred years, the events all take place relatively close to each other and the narration focuses on the same characters. There were ...
Great ending to the original trilogy.
I'm starting to realize that the lasting appeal of this series is less with the stories themselves and more with the ideas they represent. Psychohistory and all of its ramifications is fascinating, but the characters and conflicts that are going on in the stories themselves are less so. Part of it, ...
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