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The Rest of the Robots

Ine for a legal robotic charter in Korea ROBOT TONY is the first robot designed to perform domestic duties by the US Robots and Mechanical Men Corporation Is it Tony's fault that the lady of the house where he's field tested falls in love with himROBOT AL was intended for shipment to a mining outfi. Another collection of short stories listed below along with my rating Robot AL 76 Goes Astray 2 Victory Unintentional 5 superbe story my favorite in this collection First Law 35 very short Let s Get Together 45 Satisfaction Guaranteed 45 Risk 35 although Susan Calvin was as usual exuisite Lenny 4 Galley Slave 45

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The Rest of the Robots is the third timeless amazing and amusing volume of Isaac Asimov's robot stories offering golden insights into robot thought processes Asimov's Three Laws of Robotics have since been programmed into real computers the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and used as the outl. You know exactly what you are going to get from an Isaac Asimov science fiction story a locked room mystery The locked room mystery was to Asimov what the chess puzzle was to Nabokov fortunately the two never collaborated to write a locked room chess puzzle mystery with robots and sexually active childrenAsimov s robot stories are particularly devilish as Asimov reasonably imagines that in order to avoid powerful mechanical beings running rampage that they would be programmed with standing orders to protect people I write no Golem stories you can imagine him saying arms folded across his chest Instead using his own three laws of robotics he makes certain scenarios in his world impossible in a typical story he explains the laws tells you that an impossible thing has happened and then invites you to sit back and watch how he makes this possible literary Houdinism The collection I Robot is the best set of his robot stories this collection The Rest of the Robots are as the title suggests the also runs The book includes a story with a cold war like setting Lets get together and a Susan Colvin story on the Moon base view spoiler or a moon base perhaps I ought not be narrow minded about the future moon in Asimov s imagination hide spoiler

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T on the moon Instead he's loose in the mountains of Virginiabuilding from scraps of junk his very own very dangerous disintegratorROBOT LENNY answers workaday uestions in babytalk So why is Dr Susan Calvin the world's top robopsychologist fascinated by this messed up specimen of an industrial robo. This second collection of Asimov s robot short stories contains 8 stories that were originally published between 1941 and 1956 Asimov has written and introduction and a short preface to each story Like I Robot this collection is meant to provide an historical background for Asimov s robot novels which start with The Caves of Steel followed by The Naked Sun The Robots of Dawn and Robots and EmpireCertainly some of these stories fit easily into that timeline particularly the Susan Calvin stories which make up 4 of the 8 stories but some of them don t fit so well most notably Victory Unintentional and Let s Get Together They really don t seem to fit with the timeline from the other storiesIf this were just an anthology of unrelated or semi related robot stories I would have given it 4 stars Asimov is rightly regarded as one of the greats of Golden Age science fiction and these stories are good examples of his work The two stories that don t really fit into his Future History are actually two of the better stories in the book As a stage setter for what was to follow it doesn t gel as well as I Robot did


About the Author: Isaac Asimov

Isaac Asimov was a Russian born American author a professor of biochemistry and a highly successful writer best known for his works of science fiction and for his popular science booksProfessor Asimov is generally considered one of the most prolific writers of all time having written or edited than 500 books and an estimated 90000 letters and postcards He has works published in nine o



10 thoughts on “The Rest of the Robots

  1. says:

    You know exactly what you are going to get from an Isaac Asimov science fiction story a locked room mystery The locked ro

  2. says:

    I frankly don't have the capability to review this book or any of Asimov's book any further I am tired of finding newer ad

  3. says:

    Robots do it allthey mine they spy they proofreadthey flirt with your wife

  4. says:

    I enjoyed The Rest of the Robots Robot #02 much than I enjoyed I RobotI found parallels to the movie AI in this novel in the form of the robot Tony A pleasure bot in the making that one isI found the short story a

  5. says:

    Another collection of short stories listed below along with my rating Robot AL 76 Goes Astray 2 Victory Unintentional 5 superbe story my favorite in this collection First Law 35 very short Let's Get Together 45 Satisfaction Guarantee

  6. says:

    As the title saysie The rest this book contains short stories related to robots that couldn't fit into I Robot I was initially somewhat reticent about the uality of the stories; the title made me think they'd be like discarded stuff that someone thought they could monetizePerhaps it was the stories in a story scenario which ended up changing my mind about these short stories The book reads sort of like an interview wh

  7. says:

    More Stories About the Mechanical Men21 February 2019 For those who are interested I have finally located that list which suggests the order that one should read all of Asimov’s books and short stories or at le

  8. says:

    This second collection of Asimov's robot short stories contains 8 stories that were originally published between 1941 and 1956 Asimov has written and introduction and a short preface to each story Like I Robot this collection is meant to provide an historical background for Asimov's robot novels which start with The Caves of Steel followed by The Naked Sun The Robots of Dawn and Robots and EmpireCertainly some of these

  9. says:

    First published in Britain in 1963 this collection contains some of the most classic robot stories ever written in science

  10. says:

    Issac Asimov is a master of the art of narration Not even one story in the book is just ok In fact all the stories are uniue and catchy

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