Isaac Asimov's Caliban Hardcover – 12 Aug 1993
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Despite having Asimov's name on the cover this book was actually written by a different sci-fi author, Roger Macbride Allen, and what a fantastic job he does. Not only does this feel exactly like an Asimov robot book but Allen also throws in unique ideas that actually challenge the legendary three laws of robotics resulting in a clever and gripping novel.
The book is set on one of the 50 spacer worlds Inferno where a robot powers up over an unconscious woman in a pool of blood. His name is Caliban and he is different from other robots, he leaves the lab to discover where he is, who he is, to learn. Sherrif Kresh is called in to investigate the attack, Dr. Leving, the victim is suffering from amnesia due to the head blow and all Kresh knows is there is a possibility, though he thinks it's impossible, that a robot did it and he must find Caliban.Read more ›
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This was for my fiance for his birthday - he loves it, and it's another added to his Asimov collection!Published 17 months ago by Debbie B
Having read many an Asimov book, I decided to read this to see if I would like it or not - I couldn't put it down! Read morePublished on 16 Jan. 2005 by Katathome