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Cleon knows there are those who would see him fall those whom he would destroy if only he could read the future Hari Seldon has come to Trantor to deliver his paper on psychohistory his remarkable theory of prediction Little does the young Outworld mathematic. What I have done is to prove that it is possible to choose starting conditions from which historical forecasting does no

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Prelude to Foundation

It is the year 12020 GE and Emperor Cleon I sits uneasily on the Imperial throne of Trantor Here in the great multidomed capital of the Galactic Empire forty billion people have created a civilization of unimaginable technological and cultural complexity Yet. Unless you re just a die hard Foundation fan and have to read them all Prelude to Foundation can safely be skipped In partic

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Ian know that he has already sealed his fate and the fate of humanity For Hari possesses the prophetic power that makes him the most wanted man in the Empirethe man who holds the key to the future an apocalyptic power to be known forever after as the Foundati. Well wasn t this a dreadful little bookIt s been decades since I read any Asimov but I remember him with fondness for the o


10 thoughts on “Prelude to Foundation

  1. says:

    In the realm of science fiction Isaac Asimov’s stories have always been my woobie  This rings especially true for his Robot and Foundation series For me they’re a literary panic room where I can escape the stress storms and never ending deadlines of the day to day ruckus into a much simpler time where the ambient happy is always turned way up Yesyesbefore you say it I'll acknowledge your gripes about Asimov and ev

  2. says:

    Prelude to Foundation Foundation Preuel #1 Publication Order #6 Isaac Asimov Prelude to Foundation is a novel by American writer Isaac Asimov published in 1988 It is one of two preuels to the Foundation series For the first time Asimov chronicles the fictional life of Hari Seldon the man who invented psychohistory and the intellectual hero

  3. says:

    Unless you're just a die hard Foundation fan and have to read them all Prelude to Foundation can safely be skipped In particular I'm not sure that I would recommend reading it prior to the other Foundation novels despite the fact that it's a preuelIt's not spoiling anything to briefly explain why this is In Foundation which is really a sho

  4. says:

    “What I have done is to prove that it is possible to choose starting conditions from which historical forecasting does not descend into chaotic conditions but can become predictable within limits However what those starting conditions might be I do not know nor am I sure that those conditions can be found by any one person—or b

  5. says:

    My first Asimov book it was both wonderful and disappointing I loved the hugeness of the imagination at work here

  6. says:

    This really wasn't that bad in fact I enjoyed it uite a lot but it was very disappointing It is an entirely different kind of book to Foundation which was about concepts Not amazingly written certainly but neither was this and without the great concepts there's not a huge amount leftI think it would be a bit harsh to say that this book was written to cash in on the phenomenon that was Foundation though I suspect that is part of it What pro

  7. says:

    Well wasn't this a dreadful little book?It's been decades since I read any Asimov but I remember him with fondness for the original Foundation trilogy I read in the late 70s along with several of his other novelsI do however have no recollection of his narrative style whatsoever After finishing this travesty that actually scares the shit out of me for considering the other nine books in this seriesPrelude to

  8. says:

    I enjoyed this book than I probably should haveAs the name suggest it is the preuel to the Foundation series which is considered on

  9. says:

    Finally After all these years I have finished the first book of Foundation What exactly took me so long I will never know I really enjoyed this work it's high uality SF with all the societal elements inserted in it all the uestions about humanity posed and all of the wonders of the possible future bestowed on the reader Brilliant for someone who loves the genre and I most certainly am in love with science fiction it sparks the imaginatio

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    Why he wondered did so many people spend their lives not trying to find answers to uestions—not even thinking of uestions to begin with? Was there anything exciting in life than seeking answers?Note As with other reviews in this series spoilers to followAfter five novels spanning as many centuries one might have supposed Asimov's stepwise tinkering with his Foundation universe had come to an end The adventures of Golan