Publish date: 1995
Pages no: 240
Edition language: Spanish
Series: Robot (#0.1)
Well it turns out that other than having robots and the idea of the Rules for robots, the movie had little else in common with the book. It reminds me of World War Z and how other than having zombies, the movie had nothing in common with the book except the title. The book was not what I expected....
Scroll down for the English version --- Pur amando la fantascienza, devo confessare di non aver mai letto nulla di Asimov prima d'ora, e quello che sapevo di lui lo conosco principalmente per sentito dire, e sempre per sentito dire, ho pensato che questo fosse il libro migliore per cominciare a ...
Well, that ended on an eerie note. And dovetails nicely into Foundation I guess (I'm always telling myself I have to read it, and balk at the commitment). Also, extra points for... is it irony? I mean, given who (and what) are the ones having this "laying it out and guessing" chat, and who each blam...
Isaac Asimov’s I, Robot deserves it’s place in the Hallowed Halls of Classic Science Fiction. This collection of short stories, which showcases the development of artificial intelligence, is exquisitely well-crafted. I can only imagine how groundbreaking these piece must have been when they were wri...
Another case where the movie was good, but the book was better (coincidently my top "book beats movie by a mile" had Will Smith in the leading role - the top one was "I am legend"...)