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He certainly gives the impression that he is very knowledgeable about science and what it’s like being a scientist.
Asimov’s Mysteries by Isaac Asimov
Tut tut, Doctor Asimov. Asimov is really good, the mysteries are a lot of fun, and some are even very impressive. Particularly underwhelming were the “who did it? Asimov, some written during the earliest stages of his writing career. They are connected and were the most fun read of the collection. Marooned Off Vesta and Anniversary is a combination of two stories, the second one of which was written as a sequel on the preceding story’s twentieth anniversary of its publication.
Neat use of Einstein’s general theory of relativity. Urth is eccentric in that he has a phobia of all mech Asimov’s Mysteries, published inis a collection of 14 short stories by Isaac Asimov, all of them science fiction mysteries although, as Asimov admits in the introduction, some are only borderline. Dec 03, Simona Bartolotta rated it it was amazing Shelves: Preview — Asimov’s Mysteries by Isaac Asimov. This is a very good mix of thirteen crime and mystery stories excepting one or two by Mr.
This short story collection was a mixed bag, and not up to Asimov’s usual standards.
Isaac Asimov was a fine science fiction writer and an author of many popular books on science and other subjects. Apr 06, Manny rated it really liked it Shelves: All in all, this book is good, classic science fiction, well worth reading.
It’s a relativistic baseball rather than a relativistic billiard ball, but same difference. Clearly the standout of the collection – I’d put it siaac there with Asimov’s best work. This was one of them. While there is indeed a mystery element to all of these xampana, I would say I always like it when I find a book that mixes two of my favorite genres, in this case science fiction and mystery.
He penned numerous short stories, among them “Nightfall”, armmoniosa in was voted by the Science Fiction Writers of America the best campanz science fiction story of all time, a title many still honor. Heinlein and previously produced by Cordwainer Smith and Poul Anderson.
I was told that “by its very nature” science fiction would not play fair with the reader.
An editor claimed that Asimov was incapable of writing ‘naughty’ stories. Sep 10, Eliot rated it really liked it.
jsaac Apr 04, Jack Tyler rated it really liked it. Not even Multivac was enough to save this one. Want to Read saving…. Worth reading for the gems but there’s a few duffers to be glossed over although a better knowledge of the science involved might improve their reading.
I’d read some of these before and enjoyed some of them anew.
La campana armoniosa y otros cuentos – Isaac Asimov – Google Books
Fabulous twist, even if there was a armonioxa too much jargon thrown in. These required a deep knowledge of astronomy that I’m sure lead to “aha” moments for the scientifically well-versed but surely went over armoniksa head. The book didn’t “blow me out of my socks,” but it was a landmark of its era, and writers in this now burgeoning genre who want to examine their roots and maybe get some pointers could do worse than spend a few evenings with this gem.
After all, it isn’t science fact, it is science fiction and Asimov has proved to be one of the best at writing it.
I was surprised by Asimov’s portrayal of the envy and rivalry within the scientific community. Asimov wrote the Lucky Starr series of juvenile science-fiction novels using the pen name Paul French. I like his writing but still can’t get into the whole mystery thing.