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The Robots of Dawn by Isaac Asimov
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Aug 02, 2010

really liked it
bookshelves: sci-fi

Merge Sci Fi and a decent detective story together by one of the three big SF Golden Age legends for the third installment of Clothesman Elijah Bailey's adventures with robots and you get all and all a great book, The Robots of Dawn. despite Asimov's acquired in social matters he comes up with some interesting directions for plot and story. Honestly (and not supplying any spoilers) I don't think Aurora civilization would be stable (1. regimented sexual fidelity tend to be inversely proportionate to populations densities, not the other way around 2. the dissolution of family units destroy civilizations, even if you had robot nannies) but since Asimov was creating a dichotomy between Solaria, earth and the first spacer world.

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