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De los Robots a la Fundación 09. Los…
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De los Robots a la Fundación 09. Los límites de la fundación (original 1982; udgave 1994)

af Isaac Asimov, María Teresa Segur

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8,53463730 (3.8)1 / 93
Science fiction-roman der foregår ude i galaksen, hvor en person drager ud for at søge efter et imperium, man mener er blevet udslettet.
Medlem:yaxtor
Titel:De los Robots a la Fundación 09. Los límites de la fundación
Forfattere:Isaac Asimov
Andre forfattere:María Teresa Segur
Info:Barcelona Círculo de Lectores [1994]
Samlinger:Dit bibliotek
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Nøgleord:Ingen

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While this series still shows its age (especially this one, I think simply due to all the explanations of how computers work, etc.), I have to say I enjoyed this one a bit more.

While still displaying all the hallmarks of a typical Asimov Foundation>/i> novel, which is to say, at least three people engaged in at least one discussion of "Haha! I've outsmarted you!" "Haha! You only believe you have! But had you considered X, you would see that it is I that has outsmarted you!" "Bwha-haha! You are both fools! I have outsmarted both of you!", this one seemed to open up an already large, yet strangely claustrophobic universe through the additions of both Asimov's Robots and his Eternals.

Yes, the robots, if you read the books in series order, were added in one of the prequel books, but this gives them a place in the proceedings. A seat at the table, as it were.

Overall, I've accepted the fact that Asimov will never be a great writer, yet, this book, written three decades after the first trilogy, is much better written (even if latter books became dreadful to read). Now that I'm well into the back half of the series, this one gives me a bit of hope that the next four books won't be quite as painful as the first ones were.
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  TobinElliott | Sep 3, 2021 |
3.25 ( )
  DanielSTJ | Aug 26, 2021 |
This is the first sequel to the original Foundation trilogy:

1988 Prelude to Foundation
1993 Forward the Foundation
1951 Foundation
1952 Foundation and Empire
1953 Second Foundation
1981 Foundation's Edge 1986 Foundation and Earth ( )
  RFBrost | Jul 8, 2020 |
one of the few Asimov stories with strong female characters. ( )
  LindaLeeJacobs | Feb 15, 2020 |
Golan Trevize is convinced the second Foundation is controlling events on the planet Terminus. Instead of having him imprisoned or executed for treason, Mayor Harla Branno sends him on a quest - find the second Foundation if you are so convinced it exists. I dare you. The catch is he cannot return until he finds evidence one way or another. To help him with this quest Trevize is assigned a partner, professor of Ancient History, Janor Pelorat. Only Pelorat has another motive. He wants to discover the mythical planet of Earth...which sets up the next book in the series.
Trevize and Pelorat discover the second Foundation does exist on the planet Trantor. Turns out, Trantor has similar fears about the first Foundation. So the battle of misconceptions starts. ( )
  SeriousGrace | Aug 24, 2019 |
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Now, 33 years later, Mr. Asimov has written a new Foundation book. And I am relieved to report that it is a worthy sequel in every way. As before, the First Foundation wields the power of the physical sciences and technology, and the Second Foundation has the power to cloud men's minds and predict mass behavior through the statistical insights of psychohistory. Also as before, the fate of all humanity is at stake as these mighty adversaries clash - and the focus is on the actions of a handful of people who are earnest and articulate and likable even when they do bad things (for what seem to them good reasons). Mr. Asimov gives us adversaries but no villains; this is future history portrayed as a great game. The danger of such a concept is that the reader will cease to care who wins or loses. Mr. Asimov sustains interest by keeping us guessing just which side each player represents. He writes much better than he did 33 years ago - yet he has lost none of the verve that he brought to this series when he and the galaxy were much younger. What more could one ask?
tilføjet af jimcripps | RedigerNew York Times, Gerald Jonas (Dec 19, 1982)
 
Rare is the author who can resume a story after a pause of three decades, but Asimov has never been predictable in anything but fecundity. This is his 260th book and one of his best. Given the master's past history, it may be a prelude to a pentalogy.
tilføjet af Shortride | RedigerTime, Peter Stoler (Nov 15, 1982)
 
After a slowish start, then, the rather talky narrative here develops into grippingly effective drama - with oodles of twisty-turny plot, an engaging cast, and some enjoyably mellow humor (Asimov whimsically manages to work in references to all his previous novels). A grandmasterly performance.
tilføjet af jimcripps | RedigerKirkus Reviews
 

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