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Foundation
Foundation | Isaac Asimov
For twelve thousand years the Galactic Empire has ruled supreme. Now it is dying. But only Hari Sheldon, creator of the revolutionary science of psychohistory, can see into the future--to a dark age of ignorance, barbarism, and warfare that will last thirty thousand years. To preserve knowledge and save mankind, Seldon gathers the best minds in the Empire--both scientists and scholars--and brings them to a bleak planet at the edge of the Galaxy to serve as a beacon of hope for a fututre generations. He calls his sanctuary the Foundation.But soon the fledgling Foundation finds itself at the mercy of corrupt warlords rising in the wake of the receding Empire. Mankind's last best hope is faced with an agonizing choice: submit to the barbarians and be overrun--or fight them and be destroyed.
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Gezemice
Foundation | Isaac Asimov
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Mehso-so

Foundation is a well readable story, but it is not the big deal it is cracked up to be. There are interesting themes: civilizations fall when scientific curiosity stalls, when authoritariasm wins. Religion, technology and trade are examined as means of political power. However, the writing is mediocre, the story is a series of shorts, there is zero character development, and zero women. The science is stuck in 1951. Disappointing. ⭐️⭐️⭐️

Riveted_Reader_Melissa I‘m so glad you finally read it! And more importantly are back to reading and to Litsy!!! I agree, I was disappointed. I actually enjoyed Dune more. 3w
Gezemice @Riveted_Reader_Melissa Thanks! I actually quite enjoyed it for what it was, but waaay too simple to consider a great achievement of any sort. I am sort of semi back - post occasionally. I think this did bring me back to read print, though! I am going to read the next one as it kinda cuts off mid stream. We have 1000 years, right? We only get 150. And yes, Dune was way better - Dune lived up to its reputation. It was epic! 3w
Riveted_Reader_Melissa @Gezemice I know, the first 3 were written as a trilogy...so I‘m thinking I‘ll probably eventually read those three. Not sure I‘m interested in the later follow ups or prequels though. 3w
Gezemice @Riveted_Reader_Melissa Good point, it is supposed to be a trilogy. I liked Dune very much but was not interested in the sequel - the story is perfectly wrapped up. This one needs the sequel. (edited) 3w
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Riveted_Reader_Melissa
Foundation | Isaac Asimov
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What an odd little book...halfway through I thought it‘s a great encapsulation of the cycles human civilization seems destined to pass through & I can see why it was popular, BUT I‘m not sure if I want to read the sequels. However the end leaves you mid-story and the idea that it‘s almost impossible to overcome the inertia of society without lots of people or time is a bit chilling since it rings true and our inertia is so bad at the moment.

Riveted_Reader_Melissa One of my series on my #SeriesRead list for this summer @TheSpineView 1mo
azulaco I need to re-read this. I started the audiobook and kind of got lost. I‘m thinking e-book or print is better for this story, for me. 1mo
TheSpineView 😍 1mo
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Gezemice I have finally read it, too! I kind of felt the same. Ok but no biggie like they said it would be. Did you notice there were no women? Zilch, zero. 3w
Riveted_Reader_Melissa @Gezemice Yes! Apparently, besides the wives and children mentioned in the numbers in the way beginning, the woman all cooked at home or they started asexually reproducing without them as the generations wore on. 🤪 3w
Gezemice @Riveted_Reader_Melissa Indeed. And were never in government or science or trade. This was outdated even in 1951. 3w
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Riveted_Reader_Melissa
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When Asimov wants it clear this is going to be the bad advisor to the underage king. 🤪🤦‍♀️😂

suzisteffen Haha! I read that when I was 10 or 11 and managed to miss, uh, that subtle point. 1mo
Riveted_Reader_Melissa @suzisteffen I‘m listening on audiobook, and it‘s hard to miss then. I actually had to look it up to see if it was spelled anything like how the narrator was pronouncing it, and yep it is. 1mo
suzisteffen @Riveted_Reader_Melissa OOOOH good point. I was disappointed to learn, as an adult & after reading all of his fiction, that Asimov himself was a real Wienis to women at SF conferences. 1mo
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Riveted_Reader_Melissa @suzisteffen ugh! I‘m always disappointed when I learn things like that too! So very disappointed! 1mo
cherinium Pretty sure one of my coworkers used this word today while placing a urinary catheter in a male dog...😯😂🤣 1mo
Riveted_Reader_Melissa @cherinium 😂That works too! 1mo
Gezemice @suzisteffen Lol. Indeed. He had no women in this book (except one very unsavory example). 3w
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LauraJ
Foundation | Isaac Asimov
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Pickpick

I‘m not sure if this would be a pick if I hadn‘t read the two books in the series that occur before Foundation (which were written much later). There are basically five different stories that take place in the same “world” and there‘s not enough time spent with the characters for me to be really drawn in. I‘ll have to see how this book fits into Asimov‘s scheme.

Heideschrampf So which would you recommend startung with then? 2mo
LauraJ @Heideschrampf I'm not sure yet. I'll let you know when I finish. 2mo
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LauraJ
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Audiobooking it so we can celebrate Lola Petunia‘s 13th birthday with our traditional rotisserie chicken. It‘s even funnier hearing the narrator say #wienis repeatedly. #pugsoflitsy

rretzler Happy Birthday to Lola Petunia! You guys are listening to a great book! 2mo
LeahBergen Aww! Happy Bday to her! 🍗 2mo
Leftcoastzen Awwww,Happy Birthday!🐔 2mo
xxjenadanxx Happy Birthday Lola Petunia!! 2mo
Mynameisacolour Yayyy! Happy Birthday Lola Petunia! 2mo
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LauraJ
Foundation | Isaac Asimov
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Am I the only one who giggles every time they hear the name WIENIS? This chapter has me in hysterics. #nevergrowup

LeahBergen 😆😆 2mo
CoverToCoverGirl I wonder why that name isn‘t trending?? 😳😂😂 2mo
LauraJ @CoverToCoverGirl maybe if I make it a hashtag - #wienis 2mo
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teainthelibrary I‘ve been reading this too! It‘s so good!! 2mo
Ddzmini 🤣🤣🤣🙌🏽 2mo
LauraJ @teainthelibrary Are you reading the whole series? 2mo
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LauraJ
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Drinking my $5 cold brew and reading while waiting for a haircut at the only place in my neighborhood that charges less than $100. Fingers crossed that I don‘t end up with a mullet.

Heideschrampf I love these editions! 2mo
LauraJ @Heideschrampf Me too. Though I‘m not sure why it doesn‘t include Forward the Foundation. 2mo
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Andrew65
Foundation | Isaac Asimov
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Time for another classic Science Fiction fix, with the first published book in the Foundation series - this one was published in 1951! Pretty sure I read this around 25 - 30 years ago.

rretzler Love this book and series! I‘ve read it multiple times over the years and it never gets old for me. Asimov has been one of my favorite authors for many,many years! Happy reading! 2mo
Andrew65 @rretzler Thanks. He was a favourite of mine many years ago and the books are still very high quality (this is my third in recent months). 2mo
ScientistSam Asimov is great! 2mo
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Andrew65 @ScientistSam Totally agree! 👍 2mo
Leniverse I just read this one, and thought it suffered too much from a bad and obvious case of the 1950s. But I have the next two and I'm looking forward to them. 2mo
rwmg A great series. 2mo
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teainthelibrary
Foundation | Isaac Asimov
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I‘m very happy I start late in the morning - nothing is better than a cup of coffee and a good book in bed 😊 come join us on reddit (r/bookclub) this month! We‘re reading this fantastic and seminal classic by Asimov!

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danibel
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Leniverse
Foundation | Isaac Asimov
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I know that all SFF writers write from their own situation in time and place, but they speculate on social structures as well as technology. And it's a bit disappointing to see that tens of thousands of years from now humanity has a social structure where men work and women are simply classified as wives. (And they're not using the metric system either!)

tealwish I am reading Asimov for the first time now and thinking the same thing. He is an imaginative author who speculates on the giant leaps of technology in the future but can't see a world where men and women are equal or where social norms evolve at all. 3mo
Leniverse @tealwish I might need to read some rampant feminist sci-fi from the 70s after this, as an antidote. 😆 3mo
tealwish @Leniverse Good plan!! I may have to do the same! 3mo
twohectobooks Foundation is pretty early Asimov and I noticed the lack of women even when I read it as a non-woke teen (there is literally only one named female character which is a bit role and she is the worst). Fortunately he does better in the sequels and some of his other work. 3mo
Leniverse @twohectobooks I'll grit my teeth and bear it then. 😶 3mo
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Leniverse
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RachelO Perfect! 3mo
JennyM Enjoy guys! 3mo
batsy Lovely 😍 3mo
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Chrissyreadit Have fun!!! 3mo
Mollyanna Enjoy your getaway!! 3mo
readordierachel What a view! 3mo
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Centique
Fundacion / Foundation | Isaac Asimov
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Pickpick

The Empire is failing and a leading psycho historian knows the galaxy will fall into millennia of brutality and dark ages - so he sets up a scientific community (the Foundation) on the perimeter of human exploration to become the seeds for a new enlightened empire. This book is told in sections - each section a new epoch after the end of Empire - each with new characters facing a new crisis foretold by their progenitor ⬇️

Centique It‘s almost entirely about politics and tactics - a sci fi application of The Art of War perhaps! - a lot more talking than action, but I loved it! You‘re always at a point of tension in their history and there‘s always subterfuge at play. It lit my brain up and sparked lots of ideas. Very readable whereas I was expecting a dry classic. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5mo
Reggie I like it when you pick up an older book and it lights you on 🔥. Awesome sauce!! 5mo
Centique @Reggie here‘s to oldies but goodies! 🥂😄 5mo
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AthenaWins
Foundation | Isaac Asimov
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Pickpick

I say pick but mostly out of respect for Asimov and his legacy. The story was good, even if made almost entirely out of dialogue. In the entire book, however, there was one female character, and she was kind of a bitch. So... Yay cool story. But it's quite obvious this was written before women were seen as intellectual equals.

speljamr I do hope they do it justice in the planned TV series. Maybe they can update those outdated concepts to match today. But I cringe sometimes when I read stuff in older sci-fi books. 5mo
AthenaWins @speljamr I'm excited for a series. I'm hoping a few of the characters can undergo some serious updating, even gender swapping. Otherwise I'm not watching. Lol. The story itself is interesting, and I I love what the underlying message is. It is certainly a product of its times. 5mo
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AthenaWins
Foundation | Isaac Asimov
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I'm still learning how to use Litsy. I followed a ton of suggested members last night and a lot of you followed me back. Thank you! I decided to join Litsy so that ideas and thoughts could be shared regarding the books we love. Here's a little bit about me.
1. Sci-fi
2. Claustrophobia (not so much small spaces as low spaces)
3. Veterinarian
4. 70°
5. Hey!
And thanks @howjessreads

Libby1 I wanted to be a vet, too! Too bad that I turned out to be squeamish. 🤢 5mo
OrangeMooseReads 😱 small spaces. Cannot handle any kind of small or tight space. 5mo
TheSpineView 70 degrees! I have forgotten what that feels like. 5mo
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AthenaWins @TheSpineView lol. Yeah it's nice to be in Louisiana in the winter. Not so much summer though. 5mo
Crazeedi Welcome so glad you are here! It is a wonderful community 5mo
RadicalReader @AthenaWins had you became a veterinarian like you wanted to be as a child? 5mo
AthenaWins @RadicalReader No. Lol. I'm a bookseller and aspiring writer. 5mo
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TracyReadsBooks
Foundation | Isaac Asimov
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Another cool cover. My husband got this book from his aunt waaaaaaaaaaaay back in the day at which time it cost $2.50.

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Brooke_H
Foundation | Isaac Asimov
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Bailedbailed

I‘m not going to finish this. I just don‘t care about all these dudes and their galactic power struggles. I know that this book was first published in 1951, and I have to look at it through the messed-up backward lens of time, but I don‘t have an interest in a world set 40,000 years in the future where the women are still the unnamed secretaries to the men who are running the universe.

zembla Yikes, that does sound bleak. Life is too short to read stuff like that unless you're treating it as a primary source for research, imo. 6mo
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Lynnsoprano
Foundation | Isaac Asimov
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@Moray_Reads congratulations on this amazing milestone! And thanks for the giveaway. My choice is the tagged book. My husband urged me to read it shortly after we got married. I‘d never read any sci-fi, or anything remotely like this. It taught me that I could and should read outside my comfort zone. Litsy has reinforced that idea. There are a lot of things on my TBR that I would not have considered without all of you. #bookschangelivesgiveaway

Moray_Reads I love discovering new genres and opening up new worlds (literally!). Litsy is the best, or worst, for leading you to new things. I'm pretty sure this giveaway is going to make my tbr explode! Thanks for entering ❤️ 8mo
Lynnsoprano @Moray_Reads It‘s really been like going down the rabbit hole😂 8mo
Moray_Reads @Lynnsoprano I used to be far more fantasy than sci-fi but I seem to have shifted over the last couple of years 8mo
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razzzat
Fundacion / Foundation | Isaac Asimov
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Pickpick

I am traveling to my hometown for the festival. My train is having a halt and I just completed this book in middle of the night.
Here are some of my thoughts on this.
Liked it. The narrative has many timeskips. Each generation of "The Foundation" faces diffe
rent crisis and each generation handles it differently. From pseudo religion to trade control. Definitely reading the next one.

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razzzat
Fundacion / Foundation | Isaac Asimov
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Currently I am binge reading the Scif's. This one has been in my to-read list since long. Will be on 10 days vacation from Saturday. Let's see how much I can read during that time. #scifi #currentlyReading #kobo

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Limonotte
Foundation | Isaac Asimov

I‘m only just getting into reading Isaac Asimov (which feels like I‘ve failed to like be baptized or something considering how much I love Sci-Fi and how much of a giant he is in the genre) And don‘t get me wrong, I love this book so far BUT HOLY COW I AM 50% THROUGH AND NOT A SINGLE WOMAN HAS ENTERED A SCENE. NOT ONE. Like. Not even one named in passing. Yikes.

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LeticiaToraci
Fundacion / Foundation | Isaac Asimov
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Pickpick

One of the first sci-fi series I read. Classic space opera.

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jouzy
Foundation | Isaac Asimov
Pickpick

Violence is the last refuge of the incompetent.

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KellyMuser
Foundation | Isaac Asimov
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Pickpick

I‘m down to my last book in the 15-book series which I recently found in like-new condition at a used book store. The rest I bought or borrowed from here and there. I started the series with Foundation in 2014...and got hooked.

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nadine_swartz
Foundation | Isaac Asimov
Panpan

I can see why this is a seminal work for early sci-fi, but I bailed near the end. All the main characters are slightly different versions of two archetypes (smart science guy, limited vision guy). But more importantly, THERE ARE NO WOMEN. Why create an entire universe and only mention women in passing twice as wives?

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Schlinkles
Foundation | Isaac Asimov
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Pickpick

An interesting book that jumps dramatically in time and also from character to character. You don‘t spend a lot of time with any one of them so it‘s hard to get to know them/understand their motivations. I‘m curious to read the rest of this series because I‘m definitely drawn into the world Asimov created.

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Schlinkles
Foundation | Isaac Asimov
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A little prework reading to be ready for Sunday‘s science fiction book club meeting. Already liking this so much better than last month‘s pick, Neuromancer.

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ThatNerdyBookwyrm
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Panpan

This book is just bad. I couldn‘t tell you what happened from page to page. There‘s no character development, no real central antagonist or protagonist because everyone thinks their the pro and everyone else is out to get them and there is very little actual plot. If this was the standard of sci-fi in the 50s, I probably never would have picked up a book again.

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ThatNerdyBookwyrm
Foundation | Isaac Asimov
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Taking a break from the last Codex Alera book to get this one finished and checked off my #GoodReads shelf and reading challenge. I have this and I think 6 more books I have to finish before the end of the year. #isaacasimov

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SaraBeagle
Foundation | Isaac Asimov
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Mehso-so

I struggled with this. He does a great job detailing the world he has created. Then he introduces characters that come and go and aren't developed at all. It was confusing at times. I do love the cover, though!

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nevernotreading
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Pickpick

Foundation really took me by surprise. I was expecting it to be dense and difficult, but it read simply and quick. I was expecting a lot of science and technology, but I got a fascinating political drama. It followed a handful of characters across several centuries, and each character was clever and entertaining. However, when a new character came in it could be jarring, and it took a few chapters to figure out how they fit in. Still, great read!

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nevernotreading
Foundation | Isaac Asimov

It was childish to feel disappointed, but childishness comes as naturally to a man as to a child...

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beckygracelea
Foundation | Isaac Asimov
Pickpick

I'm usually a fast reader, but found myself slowing down just to savour this book a bit more. Always a nice feeling to fall in love with a classic.

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beckygracelea
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‪Got a lot of watching things for work to do today, but this is happening in between... ‬

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JessicaThunstromNelson
Foundation | Isaac Asimov
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Well...

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Lynnsoprano
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#maybookflowers #inagalaxyfarfaraway I'm using today's prompt to ask for help. Hubby loves science fiction of the Asimov-Heinlein-Clarke variety. Most of the sci-fi he's tried to read recently has had too much fantasy and not enough science for his taste. Any recommendations? Father's Day is not that far away and I need some ideas. I am not buying him another shirt 😊

Betty Ray Bradbury 2y
Viji My husband has similar tastes and has been enjoying the Iain M Banks Culture books. 2y
Ruri_kaichou The Ender series. It starts off pretty simple and YA like, but it gets pretty science-y and philosophical once you go further into the series. 2y
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ValerieAndBooks I don't really read sci-fi but came across this website/blog a while back. There should be some good suggestions there! http://best-sci-fi-books.com 2y
Lynnsoprano @Betty Thanks for the suggestion. I'm pretty sure he's read most if not all of Bradbury's work, but I'll check. 2y
Lynnsoprano @ValerieAndBooks I will definitely check that out! Thanks! 2y
bookwrm526 He might like 2y
bookwrm526 Or the Old Man's War series by John Scalzi 2y
JazzFeathers I read this trilogy so many years ago, but l know l lovdd it. Alwsys liked Asimov 😁 2y
Betty @ValerieAndBooks good website/blog. I haven't read most of these. Last night we watched an episode of Criminal Minds. You know how they always have a quote at the beginning/end. There was a good quote by Stanislaw Lem. Never heard of him; his name stuck in my mind as unusual. Lo! He's #3 in that blog you posted 2y
Clare-Dragonfly I haven't read much by those authors, but the Vorkosigan series has lots of good science. Start with Shards of Honor or 2y
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hlgreenfield
Foundation | Isaac Asimov
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Pickpick

So that was a quick read! Couldn't put the book down. I need to check out more of his novels - I've only read I, Robot and this one, but both were such amazing sci-fi novels. Definitely up there with the best I've read. Really good read. Recommended for sure!

Bradleygirl I remember getting absoluteness in the Foundation Trilogy one summer long ago. It's awesome. 2y
Bradleygirl Sigh. Absorbed not absoluteness, AC 2y
hlgreenfield @Bradleygirl I absolutely need to read the rest of the books in the series. This one was just soooo good! 2y
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Smarkies A friend introduced me to this year's ago. Loved the book and then read the rest of the series. 😁 2y
TobeyTheScavengerMonk I love this murder mystery/robot story 2y
hlgreenfield @TobeyTheScavengerMonk thanks :) I'll have to check that out! 2y
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hlgreenfield
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It's a lovely, sunny day so it's a perfect day to finally read this classic sci-fi novel! Half way through ( started this morning) and am devouring it. Asimov really was a master at this!

SaraFair Oh! I have the trilogy and have never touched it. Gotta get on that! 2y
8leagueboot Yeeeeees! 2y
Izai.Amorim Now that I've read a few Wells I'll move to Asimov next. 2y
hlgreenfield @Izai.Amorim Asimov is a must - this is only my second book by him, but they really are some of the best sci-fi out there! 2y
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Songsofhome
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"Mallow smiled!"

Now that I have read this, I've been trying to smile with an exclamation mark all the time and my husband is starting to look a little worried... ?

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Songsofhome
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114 pages, so many characters... and men only!

JoeStalksBeck This whole series is pretty epic though 2y
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Songsofhome
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Some escapist reading in the midst of laundry to fold, papers to sort and kitchen to clean. I'm really intrigued by this classic! #1001books

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zsuzsanna_reads
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I love this honesty shelf at our train station maintained by the NSPCC (National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children). Books can be taken in exchange for a 50p donation to the charity and many commuters drop off used books here. Today I came away with a copy of Asimov's Foundation.

LeahBergen How wonderful! 2y
RachelO That's fab! Never seen that at a train station. 2y
Cinfhen ❤️❤️❤️ 2y
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KarenUK Love this 💕 2y
zsuzsanna_reads @RachelO we have them at quite a few stations around here. Southern Rail might be rubbish, but at least we have books for sale 😃 2y
RachelO @zsuzsanna_reads Not sure how much that makes up for SR generally 😬. I rarely venture in that direction but I'll keep my eye out next time I do. They must make a decent amount from it. 2y
zsuzsanna_reads @RachelO The sign says they have made over £1100 so far at my station, which is a tiny one and they have only had this there for maybe a year or so. Other stations have had them for longer, I was very pleased when it was set up! 2y
RachelO @zsuzsanna_reads It's such a good idea! 2y
JazzFeathers That is such a fantastic idea. I wish they would do it too. Though l have to say, librarie do this kind of exchange 2y
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respekt1111
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Pickpick

As per usual, Charlotte is chill AF. Asimov manages to be both visionary and dated. What do you think? Is it worth reading the whole series? Review: https://respekt1111.com/2017/03/04/bookcano-2017-march-science-and-religion-sitt...

Suelizbeth I say, YES! I love the series and have reread it many times. My favorite is Foundation and Earth. It's science FICTION and I believe Isaac Asimov to be the master of sci-fi. Besides, the series is extremely entertaining. 2y
respekt1111 @Suelizbeth I'm sold!👍 2y
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KellyMuser
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A one word title, and a great sci-fi series.

#riotgrams #onewordtitles #isaacazimov

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BookishFeminist
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At a time when our scientific research is being politicized and censored, this quote is all too relevant.

#AlternativeFacts 🙄

lrh9 ✊✊✊ 2y
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saresmoore Wow, yes and amen. 2y
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Pickpick

Gripping. Very.

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Estherhasredhair
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Tell Eeyore to stop eating my book so mama can keep reading! #24in48

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Estherhasredhair
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Ah shoot. I forgot that it's #24in48 this weekend! I know for a fact I'm not going to get the full 24 in, but I'll still put forth a noble effort.

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suvata
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Love this quote.

jessdean That is a really great quote!👌🏽 2y
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