- HarperCollins Publishers
- Publication Date:
- 28 March 1994
- Science Fiction
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I've lost count of the times I've read the [Foundation] series, but it doesn't matter. They hold up. Asimov never seemed to trip over his creation; it holds together--seamlessly for the most part. He even later on ties the Foundation series to the Robot series.It isn't that he creates a Utopia--far from it. He writes of a future with possibilities, populated with humans complete with human foibles, human greed, human love, and yes, humans' ability to envision new possibilities, new solutions.On to #2...[Foundation and Empire]....
Although the concept of psychohistory breaks down in an era post chaos theory, this book is still a great collection of heroic story telling.
I have just re-read this for the first time in 35 years. Outstanding. I can't wait to re-read the rest of the series.
I love the foundation series! This is my favorite of the books in that series, extremely easy to read and a wonderful story idea. One of Asimov's best!
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