The Robot Novels: The Caves of Steel / The Naked Sun / The Robots of Dawn
10 best books like The Robot Novels: The Caves of Steel / The Naked Sun / The Robots of Dawn (Isaac Asimov): 2001: A Space Odyssey, Time Enough for Love, The Songs of Distant Earth, Have Space Suit—Will Travel (Heinlein's Juveniles, #12), Play Their Hearts Out: A Coach, His Star Recruit, and the Youth Basketball Machine, Lucky Starr and the Oceans of Venus, Inferno, Foundation's Friends, Odyssey, Suspicion
|Author||Arthur C. Clarke|
On the Moon, an enigma is uncovered.
So great are the implications of this discovery that for the first time men are sent out deep into our solar system.
But long before their destination is reached, things begin to go horribly, inexplicably wrong...
One of the greatest-selling...
Was Robert A. Heinlein a dirty old man?
But he was also a visionary who saw the trends of Western Civilization and expounded out into a foreseeable future, not just in terms of science fiction but also in regard to cultures, morals, sociology and ideology. Time Enough for Love demonstrates...
|Author||Arthur C. Clarke|
Just a few islands in a planetwide ocean, Thalassa was a veritable paradise—home to one of the small colonies founded centuries before by robot Mother Ships when the Sun had gone nova and mankind had fled Earth.
Mesmerized by the beauty of Thalassa and overwhelmed by its vast resources, the...
|Author||Robert A. Heinlein|
My first Robert A. Heinlein work read and still one of my favorites.
Heinlein produced his juvenile books for Charles Scribner's Sons mainly in the 1950s and these were what many consider to be some of his finest work. I’ve always thought that the period between 1957 and 1966 was his zenith,...
Play Their Hearts Out: A Coach, His Star Recruit, and the Youth Basketball Machine
Eight years of unfettered access, a keen sense of a story’s deepest truths, and a genuine compassion for his subject allow Pulitzer Prize–winning journalist George Dohrmann to take readers inside the machine that produces America’s basketball stars.
Hoop dreams aren’t just...
Lucky Starr and the Oceans of Venus
Lucky Starr and the Oceans of Venus (Lucky Starr #3), Isaac Asimov
Lucky Starr and the Oceans of Venus is the third novel in the Lucky Starr series, six juvenile science fiction novels by Isaac Asimov that originally appeared under the pseudonym Paul French. The novel was first published by Doubleday...
|Author||Roger MacBride Allen|
When a key politician is murdered, suspicion falls on Caliban...the only robot without guilt or conscience, with no need to obey or respect humanity... a robot without the Three Laws.But the stakes go deeper than one man's life. Caliban is challenging long-held ideas of a robot's place in society....
|Author||Martin H. Greenberg|
Robots request that Dr. Asimov remove the Three Laws of Robotics
A delegation of robots
WE WANT TO SEE DR. ASIMOV, “ THE BLUISH-SILVER ROBOT said.
“Dr. Asimov is in conference,” Susan said. “You’ll have to make an appointment.” She turned to the computer and called...
|Author||Michael P. Kube-McDowell|
Me es complicado reseñar este libro, ya que ADORO la ficción, pero tengo un pequeño problema con algunos de sus géneros: Denme un libro con 10 razas de dragones y seré capaz de describir con gran detalle cada tipo, denme 2 tipos de robot y seré incapaz de distinguirlos.
A man without memory, stranded in a city of robots gone wild. At his side, a woman who claims to know who he is, but who refuses to tell him. On a planet whose other inhabitants are entirely robotic, these unwilling allies are the only logical suspects in a case of murder. The young man calls himself Derec;...
I've been wanting to read Jane Austen for a few years now, partly because I want to have some knowledge of her books when I finally get around to watching The Jane Austen Book Club, and partly out of curiosity. The only movie adaptation that I've ever seen is Emma (which I LOVE!).
It took me a good...
Impending personal tragedy is dimming the brilliant light of Dr. Benjamin Knowlton's world. On the threshold of their greatest achievement, the renowned astrophysicist's beloved wife and partner — ex-astronaut-turned astronomer — is dying.But something looms alarningly on the far edge...