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Nemesis

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 30, 2008

    Amazing - Asimov's Greates Achievement!!

    I have yet to read one Asimov novel that I was truly disappointed in. They are always entertaining, unsually thought-provoking, and astoundingly real. Yet Nemesis transcends even the greatest of the Foundation and Robot series. The story transpires in the era approximately one hundred years prior to the Robot series, when humans are progressing in their colonization of the nine planets (I guess there's eight now that they kicked Pluto out). One young girl, endowed with telepathic powers, realized the threat posed by the Nemesis, the nearest star. What ensues is a stunning journey through action, intrigue, suspense, and pure Asmiov science fiction.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 4, 2003

    good book

    this book is excellent. some ppl dont like how asimov was very wordy at times, and i admit i got a little bored once or twice for a few mins, but this book is so good. i like how it talks about traveling faster than light, and how the story went back and forth between situations between the different main characters. it was a very good book, i read it in 3 days, and it was like 400 pages. i recommend this book to anyone that likes astrology and science fiction.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 18, 2000

    Great book, really in depth characters.

    Asimov has his most original book in a long time right here. Not a member of any of his well-known series (Foundation, Empire, Robot), it stands alone and, much like the original Foundation, exceeds all expectations. His focus on Marlene (that's mar-LAY-nuh ;) read it...) and development of both her and her father is extremely impressive and the end leaves the reader with a satisfying outcome with a twist, as usual. Worth the read, by far.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 31, 2000

    Great book!

    Loved the book, greatest ever

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