This year, many of you noticed something: I read a lot of crap. Just absolute, stinky trash books that I hated. This ranged from the Earthsea series to the Ninefox Gambit series to a few other books scattered here and there, but it also meant I spent a lot of time not reading anything good.
That changes today, my friends.
Isaac Asimov is one of my favorite authors, and it’s been a right long while since I last read his Foundation trilogy. I didn’t read the expanded series with his 1980’s self-fan-fiction writings, but now I think I’m up for it. I have, on this blog, reviewed several of the Robot stories (I, Robot, The Caves of Steel, The Robots of Dawn), as well, so I know I like his style.
So here we are, last month of the year and our last hope!
Isaac Asimov’s Foundation Series
I read the original trilogy (Foundation, Foundation and Empire, and Second Foundation) as an undergraduate. The main thing I know won’t translate well to 2021 time is the smoking, so I assume other parts won’t age well, either!
Also, I’m only presenting three of these books – the rest will only be available on my Goodreads page.
See my old reviews here