Isaac Asimov Message Board
sam posts on 5/11/2005 11:41:33 AM
this book the first part is easily understood, but i'm having trouble with the second part The Gods Themselves. the most confusing thing about it is the sexes, i can't figure out what is what and which is which. For example is the center one also called emotional and soft ones? What? i don't get these parts because they call themselves different names each time, sometimes parental as refer to tritt.i think the names given out to the sexes are too confusing. Can someone clear this out for me and sent me maybe a plot also identifieing the sexes and what each are called?
ehtele posts on 5/10/2005 8:51:51 PM
Man!! I was just looking for a review and now I ended up knowing Who is the mule and where is the second foundation, I must say you should be more carefull in the future. This just vanish any trail of surprise in the next 200 pages.
But it's in fact a very fine d. book.
traci posts on 4/1/2005 12:31:51 PM
this was my favorite book by asimov. his robots novels and scientific venture is by far the interesting to read on laymen level. his imagination astounds me. i also liked his short story nightfall. i've read so many of
his books. his robot series is my favorite.
Mark posts on 1/3/2005 8:32:52 PM
He seems to have had a love for Sci-Fi. What did he like so much about writing Sci-Fi and about weird technological items?
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