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Neshomeh
(( Oh, I have! ))
Fri May 22, 2015 09:12
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I thought about picking it as a favorite of Nume's, actually, but see above.

I would love to have a long, confusing debate with you. The problem there is that I do not, in fact, have perfect recall, and it's been ages since I read it, and my brother made off with my copies at some point. {= (

I recently read "The Caves of Steel" and "The Naked Sun," though, and I can say that the more I read of Asimov, the more I think he's awesome. He's really good at getting the human voice in there, and describing stuff so you can see it. ^_^

~Neshomeh

  • ((OMG, you have to read Foundation!))doctorlit, Thu May 21 17:33
    ((The original trilogy, at least; the four novels published later got a bit Star Wars prequel-ish for my tastes. But the original trilogy is very fuax-historical sounding, and the sci-fi details... more
    • (( Oh, I have! )) — Neshomeh, Fri May 22 09:12
      • ((AHH, I love Asimov!))Iximaz, Fri May 22 11:39
        ((I got my hands on a copy of I, Robot back when I was ten and it's still my favorite of his works to this day. Especially the first story, it still makes me cry a little.))
        • ((I tried to read I, Robot...))Voyd, Sun May 24 11:06
          ((I'm sorry, but it's just not for me. This seems to be a common problem I have with really, really old works of literature: I get bored of them. Lovecraft's about the only one I like. I've tried... more
        • (( Haven't gotten to that one yet. ))Neshomeh, Fri May 22 18:18
          And admitting things like that are why I sometimes feel like I need to hand in my geek card. Call myself a sci-fi fan, will I, when I haven't even read I, Robot ? Pshaw! ~Neshomeh
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