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Isaac Asimov - Robots & Empire (2nd Hand Paperback)

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Robots and Empire is the fourth and last novel about robots from the legendary sci-fi author Issac Asimov and is centred around the decline and fall of Solaria.

Gladia Delmarre's homeworld, the Spacer planet Solaria, has been abandoned - by its human population. Countless robots remain there. And when traders from Settler worlds attempt to salvage them, the robots of Solaria turn to killing . . . in defiance of the Three Laws of Robotics.

Pax Robotica - Long ago, Gladia's robots Daneel and Giskard played a vital role in opening the worlds beyond the solar system to settlers from Earth.

Now the conscience-stricken robots are faced with an even greater challenge. Either the sacred Three Laws of Robotics are in ruins - or a new, superior Law must be established to bring peace to the galaxy.

With Madam Gladia and D.G. Baley - the captain of the Settler traders and a descendant of the robots' friend Elijah Baley - Daneel and Giskard travel to the robot stronghold of Solaria . . . where they uncover a sinister Spacer plot to destroy Earth itself.

  • Format : Standard 2nd Hand Paperback
  • Condition : Good
  • Category : Fiction - Science Fiction
  • Published : 1985 (This Ed. 1996 - Voyager)
  • ISBN : 9780586062005
  • SKU : B001642
  • PPC : LL270gm
  • RRP : £6.99
  • Quantity Available : 1 only.
External Reviews

"An interesting and exciting novel, this was Asimov's last and it ties together two of his earlier series, the Robot series and the Galactic Empire/Foundation series." _ Amazon Review.

The Author

Isaac Asimov was an American writer and professor of biochemistry at Boston University. He was known for his works of science fiction and popular science. Asimov was a prolific writer, and wrote or edited more than 500 books. He also wrote an estimated 90,000 letters and postcards. Asimov wrote hard science fiction.

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