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A worthwhile read for fans of the master. The book didn’t “blow me out of cmpana socks,” but it was a landmark of its era, and writers in this now burgeoning genre who want to examine their roots and maybe get some pointers could do worse than spend a few evenings with this gem.

Pero en general me han gustado mucho, sobre todo por los aportes del propio Asimov al principio o al final de cada relato. Back in the late s, this was finally explained to me. Anyone who says Asimov can’t write should give these a go and it might change their mind. There campaha no discussion topics on this book yet.

The four stars are for originality and readability. As a result, some of the stories are probably not technically feasible, but it doesn’t really detract from the stories for me. Oct 27, Franks V. They take place on Earth, in orbit, and on the near planets, and the solutions all involve scientific principles that, much in the manner of the Sherlock Holmes stories, seem so obvious after they’re explained that you wind up doing a potentially dangerous face-palm.

Preview — Asimov’s Mysteries by Isaac Asimov.

And if we want to reverse things, are there not mysteries that make use of the “scientific mind? While there is indeed a mystery element to all of these stories, I would say I always like it when I find a book that mixes two of my favorite genres, in this case science fiction and mystery.


Asimov loved jeux de motsand had a tendency to be a little too silly with them, but here he gets it right; Asimov enjoyed showing off his versatility, and even though he’s best known for his SF and popular science, he could do other things too. Marooned Off Vesta and Anniversary is a combination of two stories, the second one of which was written as a sequel on the preceding story’s twentieth anniversary of its publication.

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Asimov enjoyed showing off his versatility, and even though he’s best known for his SF and popular science, he could do other things too. Asimov is completely wrong. They are connected and were the most fun read of the collection.

Their stories were always based on fundamental, potential, real science, making their work interesting in many ways. Pese a tener un final bastante previsible, es nu relato muy bueno y que no ha envejecido casi nada, lo mismo que ocurre en todos los cuentos de este libro.

First, let me excerpt from This is an anthology of thirteen mysteries with a science-fiction theme first published in by one of the giants of the 20th Century.

It gets dragged down by his inane forwards, his cringy attempts at humour, and his love of puns. The tension between the practical and the theoretical – in the Billiard Ball – I could see but I didn’t expect to read of such egos in academia.

Obituary deals with murder using armonlosa experimental time-travel phenomenon. These are a collection of his sci fi mystery shorts, none robot related. One would think that science fiction would blend easily with the mystery. Asimov in this slim volume offers tales in this huge family tree set in futuristic cityscapes.

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When my living quarters were flooded in the El Nino event of the early s, pretty much everything on the floor or on bottom shelves was damaged beyond recognition or destroyed outright. The Dust of This short story collection was a mixed bag, and not up to Asimov’s usual standards.

Typical Asimov, which campanq only a good thing. I got this book from a used book give away and thought I would give it a try. How came Juan Lopez, then, to speak those significant words in Spanish? One tale, “Marooned Off Vesta”, isn’t a mystery tale, but rather it’s included because its sequel, “Anniversary”, is one.


There are no convoluted plots nor larger-than-life characters for even in space, Asimov’s characters retain an earthly touch. It talks about the rigid nature of their emotions, lacking empathy, and their incapability to connect very well with other people’s emotions. There’s murders and regular mysteries. Todo lo que puedo decir es: Asikov end result is positive. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. He has works published in nine o Isaac Asimov was a Russian-born, American author, aarmoniosa professor of biochemistry, and a highly successful writer, best known for his works of science fiction and for his popular science books.

Thorndyke is an example of a well-known and successful fictional scientist-detective. Worth a read for those who enjoy sci-fi mystery. Worth reading for the gems but there’s a few duffers to be glossed over although a campaan knowledge of the science involved might improve their reading. I can imagine Asimov giggling to himself as he wrote this.

Asimov’s Mysteries

A common theme throughout illustrates the politics, rivalry and egotism that the scientific establishment is riddled with if Asimov is to be believed. The Key is a well devised mystery tale, which also discusses about a certain group of extremists with their idea about of reducing the global population by ninety-nine percent through killing. Heinlein and Arthur C. It’s still out there, and still an entertaining read.

There’s no standout stories in this collection from Asimov. Loved him as a 10 year old, before even science was taught at all, so everyone can enjoy. At times it felt like reading Sherlock Holmes, albeit based in a science-fictional scenario.