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Science fiction books I love

Isaac Asimov’s Foundation novels

These books are so much fun to read: action-oriented, old-school, history-infused science fiction. I have a big soft spot for the initial trilogy especially, but the rest of the series is a great read as well. 849 more words


The Foundation Trilogy Readalong: Foundation and Empire

Moving on in our Foundation readalong, today we’re going to discuss the second book, Foundation and Empire. Last time, with Foundation, I speculated about how Asimov had written the book, and the answer was given to me in a forward that Asimov wrote in my edition of this book. 514 more words


Science Fiction 9: Isaac Asimov - The machine that won the war

Original title: Nightfall and Other Stories.

Title of this edition: Science Fiction 9 Isaac Asimov – La máquina que ganó la guerra.

Author: Isaac Asimov. 890 more words


A Guy Born In 1920 Made These Predictions About Robots That Are Coming True Today

One of the most important people in the world of robotics isn’t a conventional roboticist at all, but a science fiction author.

Isaac Asimov, visionary sci-fi author and polymath… 348 more words


A Brief Blogging Interlude

Yesterday was not the greatest day I’ve ever experienced, and I kind of shorted all of you, my keen and lovely readers, out of a decent post. 196 more words


Current Scenario and Asimov

Isaac Asimov wrote a series of novels from 1942 through 1993 – the story of The Foundation. With the help of Wikipedia, here is a synopsis of the relevant part of the series, which will help me to put forward a tendril of an Idea. 463 more words


The Final Frontier

To Boldly Go (5)

So what is the future for space opera?

With modern developments in cinematography and CGI, movies and television seem to have become the favoured media for science fiction. 522 more words

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