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Foundation and Earth by Isaac Asimov
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On reaching this closing of the Foundation series from 1986, we are left with a work of fiction that is stylistically and ideologically different from the original Foundation books. It manages to leave the universe that it was originally placed in an...more
Foundation and Earth by Isaac Asimov
" I loved the first 3 foundation novels. But this one, and to a lesser but still significant extent, the previous one, were awful.

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It follows various characters through 24 straight hours of an action p... " Read more of this review »
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Through the Woods by Emily Carroll
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Cannibals with Forks by John Elkington
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I would give this between a three and a four. The underpinnings and structure of the story are strong. However the dialogue and characterization at times was lacking. At times the characters weren't differentiated enough, followed by a swing in the o...more
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