One Sentence Book Review: “Foundation” by Isaac Asimov

Foundation by Isaac Asimov


Someone predicts the end of a galactic empire by using math, but you won’t care because the characters are paper dolls.


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One thought on “One Sentence Book Review: “Foundation” by Isaac Asimov

  1. Believe you might be helped to read That Hideous Strength by C.S. Lewis in which he names a conspirator who actually lived, Cecil Rhodes. Then read Carroll Quigley’s Tragedy and Hope and Cleon Skousen’s The Naked Capitalist, plus a whole lot of other works. Asimov, knowingly or unknowingly wrote about a conspiracy that ran things from behind the scenes, something he might have learned at Columbia University where a friend of mine was invited to join the conmmunist conspiracy. There is more, but I am aching in my back. and have other things to do before bed.

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