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Foundation's Edge (Foundation Series #4)
     

Foundation's Edge (Foundation Series #4)

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by Isaac Asimov
 

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At last, the costly and bitter war between the two Foundations had come to an end. The scientists of the First Foundation had proved victorious; and now they retum to Hari Seldon's long-established plan to build a new Empire that the Second Foundation is not destroyed after all-and that its still-defiant survivors are preparing their revenge. Now the two exiled

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Foundation's Edge 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 64 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Isaac Asimov, who had made an intermission of more than 3 decades to write the fourth title of the Foundation series, did not expect "Foundation's Edge" to become his first bestseller and above all, to win the Hugo award. I've read this book in English and in Spanish and I could not find a single imperfection; it is just a one of the most wonderful science fiction books written by Isaac Asimov. This story, which protagonists are Golan Trevize and Janov Pelorat, begins in the middle-age Terminus. There, Trevize is sent to the outer space to find the Second Foundation, for his friend Munn Li Compor had betrayed him by reporting the authorities that Trevize supported the belief that the 2nd Foundation still existed. In the spaceship, he meets his companion, the historian Janov Pelorat, an old man looking for traces of the legendary Imperial Library. The Second Foundation, dealing with squarrels among themselves, decide to send Stor Gendibal to prove his strength and return as a glorious First Orator. Intrigues about the identity and location of the Earth and the mysterious Gaia foreshadow the great decision Trevize has to make for the fate of the Galaxy: Terminus (1st Foundation), Trantor (2nd Foundation), or the living-conscience planet Gaia?
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Lulo More than 1 year ago
Personally I think that this and Foundations and Earth are the best books in the saga
Theodoric47 More than 1 year ago
As a long time Asimov fan, it had been a while since I had read the Foundation series. With the handy portable e reader I once again immerse myself in his detailed galaxy and his interesting characters. Well worth the revisit.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
the next epic challenge to returning to chaos instead of the Seldon plan for the new Empire. Has the First Foundation become too skilled and able to forcefully remove the Second Foundation from its apparent hiding place? Will the new technology cause the Plan to forestall and allow the First Foundation to become the New Empire before the appointed time. Asimov, once again, creates a riveting sequel in this series of a galactic empire being "reborn" or "remade" into a more productive form after the demise of the prior empire. See if you may discern the end prior to finishing! The Second Foundation may have a hand in inhibiting you! Ha ha ha!
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