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La campana armoniosa y otros cuentos – Isaac Asimov – Google Books
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.
The stories are more or less very simple in their structure. This short story collection was a mixed bag, and not up to Asimov’s usual standards.
Thanks for telling us about the problem. I think that Isaac Asimov tries to use factual science in his stories, but all of these stories were written before anybody had even actually walked on the moon, and few satellites had been beyond the moon. There is also another reason why I liked this duo for they are never interested in each other’s company beyond the lifetime of the mystery, a purely professional working arrangement is how they proceed.
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. These required a deep knowledge of astronomy that I’m sure lead to “aha” moments for the scientifically well-versed but surely went over my head. The eccentric detective caricature here is bestowed upon Dr.
Here’s what I thought of it: Clearly the standout of the collection – I’d put it up there with Asimov’s best work. Dec 28, Justin Chan rated it really liked it. The Key is a well devised mystery tale, which also discusses about a certain group of extremists with their idea about of reducing the global population by ninety-nine percent through killing. All the stories are wonderful, although some need to be given special admiration.
Asimov’s Mysteries by Isaac Asimov
This book collects together his best mystery short stories, the greater part of which have an Isac theme. Wendell Urth, the eccentric solver laa the crimes, albeit often only appearing on stage in the final couple of pages.
There’s murders and regular mysteries. Maybe he should have written more of them. One would think that science fiction would blend easily with the mystery. Their stories were always based on fundamental, potential, real science, making their work interesting in many ways. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. 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. The end result is positive.
Sep 09, LeAnn rated it liked it Shelves: Miguel rated it really liked it Shelves: I was told that “by its very nature” science fiction would not play fair with the reader. These are the stories that are collected here. Asimov siempre me ha parecido un escrito algo vanidoso, se cree el mejor que hay 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.
The two combine together to exhibit the element of mystery. Here, he tries his hand on science fiction mysteries.
I am not sure why, but I have never read any Asimov books before. At times it felt like reading Sherlock Holmes, albeit based in a science-fictional scenario. Asimov was a long-time member and Vice President of Mensa International, albeit reluctantly; he described some members of that organization as “brain-proud and aggressive about their IQs” He took more joy in being president armonioosa the American Humanist Association. This collection ends with a few really good stories but quite a few are mediocre which drags down my rating of this book.
The other stories are all stand-alone and quite thought provoking. Asimov wrote the Lucky Starr series of juvenile science-fiction novels using the pen name Paul French.
Apr 06, Manny rated it really liked it Shelves: How came Juan Lopez, then, to speak those significant words in Spanish? Seton Davenport who while being pragmatic and duty bound cannot help but being a baffled albeit pale shade of Dr.
Mass Market Paperbackpages. Asimov loved jeux de motsand had a tendency to be a little too silly with them, but here he gets it right; Zsimov enjoyed showing off his versatility, and even though he’s best known ,a his SF and popular science, he could do other things too. Anyone who says Asimov can’t write should give these a go and it might change their mind. Y encima se come uno de los mejores, si no el mejor de todos los cuentos del libro: A very recent review on this site by Nandakishore on a work by Agatha Christie explains the dilemma in trying to review mysteries.
They take place on Earth, in orbit, and on the near planets, and the solutions all involve scientific principles that, much in the manner of the Sherlock Holmes stories, seem so obvious after asimob explained that you wind up doing a potentially dangerous face-palm.