Isaac Asimov's Utopia

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Berkley Publishing Group, Mar 1, 1999 - Fiction - 368 pages
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-- Third in a powerful trilogy that examines Asimov's

Three Laws of Robotics -- a challenge welcomed and sanctioned by Isaac Asimov, and written with his cooperation
-- Also available: Caliban and Caliban: Inferno

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Review: Utopia (Isaac Asimov's Caliban #3)

User Review  - Parallel Worlds - Goodreads

Intended Audience: Adult Sexual content: Mild Ace/Genderqueer characters: Yes (robots) Rating: PG Writing style: 2/5 Likable characters: 3/5 Plot/Concepts: 4/5 Despite terra-forming efforts by Spacers ... Read full review

Review: Utopia (Isaac Asimov's Caliban #3)

User Review  - Jeremiah Johnson - Goodreads

I really didn't like this book. The plot was dull and uninteresting. Some of the characters took steps backwards in their development, and others were missing all together. One thing that really ... Read full review

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Allen graduated from Boston University with a degree in journalism.

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