The Caves of Steel
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: October 12th 1986
Publisher: Del Rey Books
Pages no: 272
Edition language: English
Series: Robot (#1)
"There were infinite lights, the luminous walls and ceilings that seemed to drip cool, even phosphorescence; the flashing advertisements screaming for attention; the harsh, steady gleam of the 'lightworms' that directed:THIS WAY TO JERSEY SECTIONS, FOLLOW ARROWS TO EAST RIVER SHUTTLE, UPPER LEVEL FO...
A while back, Audible did this thing that I think they called “blind date with an audiobook” or something like that. I got matched up with Isaac Asimov’s The Caves of Steel. I opted not to buy the audiobook, but the idea of a sci-fi mystery starring a human cop and a robot partner intrigued me, so I...
I would rate it around 4.5.It was depressing in the initial part, but later on it was interesting enough to cloud that.It was more of a thriller and really loved it for that.
Read as part of The Rest of The Robots. See that review.
The Caves of Steel made me feel like a kid again. Which is funny because when I was a kid, I had no interest in reading it. I didn't say I was a smart kid. It's a book that transports us to another world -- Earth, in the far future -- and even as it tells us how rotten that future is, fills us with ...
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