The Currents of Space
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: April 12th 1983
Publisher: Del Rey Books
Pages no: 232
Edition language: English
Series: Galactic Empire (#2)
Last month you may recall that I reviewed Isaac Asmiov's first novel, Pebble in the Sky, which was part of the Galactic Empire series. Now here's where it gets interesting because even though he wrote this one first it wasn't actually the first book of the series...it actually started with The Curre...
I enjoyed this book for the mystery and because I liked watching Rik muddle and struggle through. Even though simple country Lona didn’t understand much of what Rik was trying to remember, she stuck with him throughout. The class differences between the Florina workers and the Sark nobility threw in...
The book is basically a spy thriller set in space, but Asimov works a little civil rights commentary into it as well.
So he's lost his memory, but he's sure there's some terribly important thing he knew that he just has to tell people. And as his mind starts coming back, he finds that the black hats are chasing him and want to make sure they can shut his mouth permanently before he...I know. It's been done so many ...
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