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By Mark W. Tiedemann | Comments: ( 742 ) | Date: ( Oct 14, 2019 )

The Third Law of Robotics states that a robot must protect its own existence, as long as such protection does not conflict with the First or Second Laws After the diplomatic failures of the Spacer mission on Earth, Ambassador Ariel Burgess and roboticist Derec Avery are recalled to their home planet, Aurora Their situation only worsens when they arrive, as they become suThe Third Law of Robotics states that a robot must protect its own existence, as long as such protection does not conflict with the First or Second Laws After the diplomatic failures of the Spacer mission on Earth, Ambassador Ariel Burgess and roboticist Derec Avery are recalled to their home planet, Aurora Their situation only worsens when they arrive, as they become suspects in another murder one that could only have been committed by a non human On a world with a 20 to 1 robot to human population, is it possible a robot could have violated the Three Laws governing its behavior and if so, why Or is something far sinister at work


  • Title: Aurora
  • Author: Mark W. Tiedemann
  • ISBN: 9781596872158
  • Page: 105
  • Format: Paperback

About Author:

Mark W. Tiedemann

Also credited as Mark Tiedemann and M William Tiedemann.Mark W Tiedemann has published ten novels three in the Asimov s Robot Universe series, Mirage, Chimera and Aurora three in his own Secantis Sequence, Compass Reach, Metal of Night, and Peace Memory as well as stand alones Realtime, Hour of the Wolf a Terminator novel , and Remains , plus Of Stars Shadows , one of the Yard Dog Doubledog series As well, he has published over fifty short stories, all this between 1990 and 2005 Compass Reach was shortlisted for the Philip K Dick Award in 2002 and Remains was shortlisted for the James Tiptree Jr Award in 2006.For five years he served as president of the Missouri Center for the Book books.missouri from which position he has recently stepped down He is now concentrating on writing new novels, a few short stories, and stirring a little chaos in the blogosphere at DangerousIntersection and his own blog at MarkTiedemannShould anyone be interested, he is represented by Jen Udden and Stacia Decker of the Donald Maass Literary Agency.Oh, he still does a little photography and has started dabbling in art again after a long hiatus.



Comments Aurora

  • Jeffrey Ogden Thomas

    Though the title is misleading (our inexperienced librarian filed it under author=Asimov), the plot is standard science fiction, a nicely written page-turner. Yes, the author makes some use of Asimov's Three Rules of Robotics and the subtle variants that can result after living with the Rules for a thousand years. But the main attraction to the book is the vivid scenery of an unusual dystopian planet and characters who bumble through their quests for liberation. I wanted to read more, but the la [...]


  • Paul

    Although Tiedemann's writing doesn't feel at all like Asimov's, this book (more than Chimera or Mirage) feels like it's set in Asimov's universe. I especially appreciated the way that some of the plot elements helped to tie together pieces that came before or after. Once again, the robots are perhaps most important.


  • Martyn Lovell

    This third in a trilogy (with Mirage and Chimera) concludes Tiedemann's exploration of the Asimov Robot/Foundation universe. This book is quite different from the first two. While there is still a locked room mystery contained within, Tiedemann finally gets to tying up many of the threads from the first two books. Stylistically this feels more like the first book, but this one is more interesting as more plot threads are running at once and many more issues are resolved.Taking the action off-pla [...]


  • Jeremiah Johnson

    There was so much going on in this book that nothing really ever happened. 4 separate story lines were completely pointless in my opinion. It seems as if there was an epic adventure planned, but we just get the boring outline in this book. Coren & Hofton's story on Earth served virtually no purpose. Derec & Avery's stories were boring and irrelevant even though thy are supposed to be main characters. (I'm still not sure why they were used instead of bringing in new ones) Mia & Masid' [...]


  • Luc Pro

    Great story as usual


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