FOUNDATION by Isaac Asimov

FOUNDATION

KIRKUS REVIEW

First of a three-book series covering the world of remote tomorrows, the effectiveness of this first volume is curtailed by its attempt to cover more than a century in time with its many generations of characters. Psychohistorian Seldon senses the coming crash of the galactic empire, prepares a chosen corps of his best students to colonize a remote planet where war cannot impede his work. The story of this colony's survival and eventual command of the broken empire sustains the narrative which is- this time-better science than fiction.
Pub Date: Aug. 30th, 1951
ISBN: 0553382578
Publisher: Gnome Press
Review Posted Online:
Kirkus Reviews Issue: Aug. 1st, 1951




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