Foundation's Edge

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Ballantine, 1982 - Life on other planets - 426 pages
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Now, 498 years after its founding, the Foundation seemed to be following the Seldon Plan perfectly. Too perfectly. Now an impossible planet -- with impossible powers -- threatens to upset the Seldon Plan for good unless two men, sworn enemies, can work together to save it!

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This book takes off a few hundred years after the adventures of Arkady Darel, almost 500 years after Harry Seldon, and halfway through the interregnum set out in the Seldon plan. The plan, and thus ... Read full review

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Reviewed March 1998
Well it's over 500 years sense the establishment of the Foundation and fans forced Asimov's publishers to make him continue the series. Again the characters are better
developed an there are more roles with women in power. In this installment we meet the mayor of the 1st Foundation and the hero, Councilman Trevize. Also, we see the interactions of the 2nd Foundation and its soon to be first speaker, Gendibal. Adding to the mix we have a new world, Gaia whose residents remind us of what much have happened to all those satellite worlds in the Robot Books. All in all the plot is interesting and leaves you needing another sequel, which I already possess and should be the next entry. 

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About the author (1982)

Isaac Asimov began his Foundation Series at the age of twenty-one, not realizing that it would one day be considered a cornerstone of science fiction. During his legendary career, Asimov penned pver 470 books on subjects ranging from science to Shakespeare to history, though he was most loved for his award-winning science fiction sagas, which include the Robot, Empire, and Foundation series. Named a Grand Master of Science Fiction by the Science Fiction Writers of America, Asimov entertained and educated readers of all ages for close to five decasdes. He died, at age of seventy-two, in April 1992.

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