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What the community says about The Foundation Trilogy
- "A must-have for every science fiction reader. Not only that but for a collector, I would say go for it and add this to your collection while you can still get them at this price! Good 'ol Isaac Asimov. His books are famous for a reason. These are all great reading."
- "I remember reading this book about 15 years ago and still after all these years I remember all the characters, events and plots of the book. Back then, a friend of had the first two books of the series and I borrowed it from him to read it, just to pass the long hours of summer holiday. But after reading the books I was so hooked that I specially asked my cousin to get the third book for me from another town ( Since we didn't have Amazon back then and I lived in a small town that had only one or two bookstores )."
- "Isaac Asimov is the father of modern science fiction. The Foundation trilogy is a classic for a good reason! But with that said, I should warn you that Asimov is a rather obtuse writer. He has a very dry style that is not everybody's thing. If that doesn't deter you, this book has fascinating ideas behind it, but it isn't exactly a page-turning thriller."
- "Not quite up there with his classic "I, Robot", but Foundation Trilogy is a solid entry into the world of sci-fi by none other than its creator -- Isaac Asimov. The plot moves briskly along as we follow Hari Seldon and his band of psychologists. The worldbuilding is second to none. The only thing I was disappointed by was the ending; it ends abruptly and is rather unsatisfying. "
- "I am an absolute nerd in general. One of the things I like the best is classic 1950’s science fiction books. I know it’s a bit old fashion to like these type of books. Recently, I have been looking for the best books in this genre from this period. The best one I have read so far is The Foundation Trilogy by Isaac Asimov. "