Perihelion (Isaac Asimov's Robot City, #6)
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Perihelion (Isaac Asimov's Robot City #6)

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A man without memory, in a city of robots gone wild. At his side, a mysterious woman whose own identity he has reconstructed, and whose memories of him may be true or false. The young man calls himself Derec. In the shattering climax to his quest he discovers the shocking secret of his true identity. Tormented by a nightmarish disease, Derec must face the genius Dr. Avery,...more
Paperback, 170 pages
Published June 1st 1988 by Ace Books
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Jeremiah Johnson
This was a decent but very anit-climactic end to the series.
For some reason, Wu really likes separating the characters for no good reason. In my mind, all this does is add unneeded drama.
Mantiene un buen ritmo que se agradece, sobre todo comparado con las novelas centrales de la saga. Finalmente se resuelven la mayoría de misterios, encajando las piezas de una forma bastante simplista, sin espacio a la sorpresa realmente. En un par de párrafos se explican las motivaciones, que te dejan bastante frío, de los personajes y no puedes evitar preguntarte en qué estaba pensando el autor en algunos pasajes pero al menos es entretenida y plantea algunas cuestiones interesantes en la robó...more
What happens in the story are some really amazing things. I like the the book so much a little old but
Still awesome. This book is of wonder, a guy named derec doesn't know where he is he probably thinks that he like got hit by something. Their are so many Robots some can be good and some can be bad. Derec is try to change things or weater he should stay or not.

The problem is that derec doesn't remember nothing because he got memory lost, he is try to find out wearer if he is the right place o...more
All the questions are finally answered in this one - great finish to the series!
Six books lead to this masterful piece of crap. What a disappointment.
Found it a very disappointing end to the series
Philip Athans
What a fun series--who says space opera is dead?
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