Trilogia della Fondazione
Publish date: 2004
Pages no: 628
Edition language: Italian
Series: Foundation (Publication Order) (#1)
IntroductionBibliographical NoteSelect BibliographyChronology--Foundation--Foundation and Empire--Second Foundation
An iconic sci-fi trilogy that no sci-fi fans should miss. For anybody who want to get into reading sci-fi novels this trilogy is one of the best starting points.Below are links to my reviews of the individual volumes (I doubt this omnibus edition is still in print):1. Foundation2. Foundation and Emp...
going in I wanted to like this more. An all-time SF Classic, I'd last tried to read it all the way back in the early 80's in the Brooklyn Tech Library and then its being a collection ( a "fix-up") of short stories and not true novels kept me from getting very far.The short story aspect stills drags ...
In 1974 I was twelve years old. I had been reading on my own for close to eight years, and had been reading "grown-up" books--with varying degrees of understanding (oh, how I blushed for my younger self when I reread some of them years later)--since I was ten. At some point my dad--who always relate...
The trilogy of books Foundation, Foundation and Empire and Second Foundation are among the best Asimov ever wrote among his science-fiction novels and among his most influential. I've read it was based on Gibbon's Rise and Fall of the Roman Empire. Only this empire spans the galaxy. Hari Seldon pred...