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Librarian s note There is an Alternate Cover Edition for this edition of this book here.A stunning testament to his creative genius Forward The Foundation is a the saga s dramatic climax the story Asimov fans have been waiting for An exciting tale of danger, intrigue, and suspense, Forward The Foundation brings to vivid life Asimov s best loved characters hero HariLibrarian s note There is an Alternate Cover Edition for this edition of this book here.A stunning testament to his creative genius Forward The Foundation is a the saga s dramatic climax the story Asimov fans have been waiting for An exciting tale of danger, intrigue, and suspense, Forward The Foundation brings to vivid life Asimov s best loved characters hero Hari Seldon, who struggles to perfect his revolutionary theory of psychohistory to ensure the survival of humanity Cleon II, the vain and crafty emperor of the Galactic Empire,

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  • Author: Isaac Asimov ยรรยง เต็งอำนวย วศิน เพิ่มทรัพย์
  • ISBN: 9789747823493
  • Page: 439
  • Format: Paperback

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Isaac Asimov ยรรยง เต็งอำนวย วศิน เพิ่มทรัพย์

Isaac Asimov was a Russian born, American author, a professor of biochemistry, and a highly successful writer, best known for his works of science fiction and for his popular science books.Professor Asimov is generally considered one of the most prolific writers of all time, having written or edited than 500 books and an estimated 90,000 letters and postcards He has works published in nine of the ten major categories of the Dewey Decimal System lacking only an entry in the 100s category of Philosophy.Asimov is widely considered a master of the science fiction genre and, along with Robert A Heinlein and Arthur C Clarke, was considered one of the Big Three science fiction writers during his lifetime Asimov s most famous work is the Foundation Series his other major series are the Galactic Empire series and the Robot series, both of which he later tied into the same fictional universe as the Foundation Series to create a unified future history for his stories much like those pioneered by Robert A Heinlein and previously produced by Cordwainer Smith and Poul Anderson He penned numerous short stories, among them Nightfall , which in 1964 was voted by the Science Fiction Writers of America the best short science fiction story of all time, a title many still honor He also wrote mysteries and fantasy, as well as a great amount of nonfiction Asimov wrote the Lucky Starr series of juvenile science fiction novels using the pen name Paul French.Most of Asimov s popularized science books explain scientific concepts in a historical way, going as far back as possible to a time when the science in question was at its simplest stage He often provides nationalities, birth dates, and death dates for the scientists he mentions, as well as etymologies and pronunciation guides for technical terms Examples include his Guide to Science, the three volume set Understanding Physics, and Asimov s Chronology of Science and Discovery.Asimov was a long time member and Vice President of Mensa International, albeit reluctantly he described some members of that organization as brain proud and aggressive about their IQs He took joy in being president of the American Humanist Association The asteroid 5020 Asimov, the magazine Asimov s Science Fiction, a Brooklyn, NY elementary school, and two different Isaac Asimov Awards are named in his honor Isaac Asimov 2007, November 29 In , The Free Encyclopedia Retrieved 21 50, November 29, 2007, from enpedia wiki Isaac_As

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  • Luca Ambrosino

    ENGLISH (Forward the Foundation) / ITALIANO"Though Isaac Asimov was a remarkable scientific divulgator, we cannot forget that one of the most fascinating cycles of ancient science fiction, i.e. the Foundation series, was born from his pen. Thanks to his work, Asimov can be rightly considered one of the earliest and most direct inspiring of Hari Seldon, the founder of Psichohistory, the science of human behavior reduced to mathematical equations" ENCYCLOPEDIA GALACTICA Second prequel of the Found [...]

  • Eric

    The critical reviews of this book are astounding."The breathtaking conclusion to the greatest science fiction epic of all time" is a strange thing to say about a book that serves as a second prequeld not the last of the series either. "The Foundation series has enthralled readers for more than 40 years, and this work is a dramatic climax." Again, for a prequel, and, frankly, it's not particularly dramatic."A moving valedictory performance" which meansI'm not sure whatLittle known fact: Asimov ge [...]

  • Stephen

    4.0 to 4.5 stars. Excellent book and another good installment to the Foundation series. Not quite up to the level of the original trilogy, but still an excellent read. Recommended!!!

  • Peter

    "Forward the Foundation", Asimov's last novel (written just before his death, published just after), suffers from all the problems of "Prelude to Foundation" only magnified tenfold. Once again, Hari Seldon is transmogrified into an action hero to save the crisis of the day in a prequel to the older and vastly superior Foundation novels. Unlike Prelude, however, there's not enough going on outside the short-term arc to make this one worthwhile. It's just plain silly. Part of what makes the Founda [...]

  • Sesana

    Varies from not bad to pretty good. It almost feels more like a trio of connected novellas than one cohesive novel, which is not necessarily a bad thing. But for the most part, the sequences of events seem a little too convenient. That said, the characters are pretty decent, and the female characters are significantly more capable and well-rounded than I'm used to seeing from these Great Old SF Masters, and indeed from some of Asimov's own older works. Maybe I would have appreciated it more if I [...]

  • Simona Bartolotta

    "Credo che a un occhio non allenato questo turbine multicolore sembrerebbe soltanto un guazzabuglio di numeri, figure e forme, ma per me -e Yugo, e Wanda, e Gaal- questa è la Psicostoria sbocciata alla vita."Trovo che Asimov sia un autore fondamentale per un numero di ragioni talmente grande che, fantascientificamente parlando, neppure i trentamila anni di storia umana necessari per arrivare alle Fondazioni sarebbero sufficienti a esporle tutte e sviscerarle debitamente. Come è superfluo far n [...]

  • Buck Ward

    When I was young, Isaac Asimov was my favorite author. I read a lot of his books, science fiction and science fact, novels and short stories. I had decided that his short stories were better than his novels, that his novels were written like long short stories. I have forgotten most of what I had read of his books and in recent years I've been rereading.Forward the Foundation was written after my youthful fanship. It does sort of confirm my early opinion. Asimov is not great at dialog. It is sti [...]

  • Davyne DeSye

    This is the perfect book to go between the first prequel to Foundation (Prelude to Foundation) and Foundation itself!Of course, having read Foundation first (decades ago), it is difficult for me to look at this book in the same way a reader might who has not read Foundation first – I was constantly (and pleasantly) comparing the thought processes and younger life of the incomparable Hari Seldon in this book to the vision we are given of Seldon in Foundation, when he is established as an old an [...]

  • Ajeje Brazov

    Settimo ed ultimo capitolo della saga della Fondazione: capitolo, senza dubbio, inferiore ai precedenti, però comunque ha il suo perchè. Primo perchè chiude il cerchio, tutto viene spiegato, tutti i personaggi vengono caratterizzati per una chiara comprensione della storia. Secondo perchè appena si leggono i trafiletti tratti dall'"Enciclopedica Galattica" come si fa a non proseguire con la lettura. Terzo perchè lo stile di Asimov è ineguagliabile, ha una scrittura talmente delicata, accog [...]

  • JonSnow

    Let me start out by saying DO NOT READ THIS BEFORE THE ORIGINAL TRILOGY. I say this as a person who read the original 3 foundation novels before anything else. I decided to read everything in the "chronological" order. If I had not already read the original trilogy, Forward The Foundation would have spoiled everything for me!!! This is a book that is clearly written as a prequel, that is meant to be read AFTER the foundation trilogy, not before. Onto the actual review. I loved this book. It fill [...]

  • John

    This was the last novel Isaac Asimov completed before his death in 1992, and it is pervaded by an undercurrent of mortality. Not only does this volume tie up most of the remaining loose ends in the sporadic Foundation series, but by focusing on the latter half of Hari Seldon's life, it provides Asimov with a platform for expressing his own views on growing older.There is a very clear progression in Asimov's writing style over the years. Although he never entirely overcame his fundamental geekine [...]

  • ttrygve

    This was a great, if depressing, way to finish up the Foundation series (if read in published rather than chronological order, obviously). Not only did Asimov continue to improve on writing semi-realistically flawed characters, he also managed to start drawing this reader far more emotional perspectives than before (though I don't think he's really tried to do that before in this series, at least).Most importantly to me, this book finally tied up one of the loose ends that had been nagging me si [...]

  • Steven Peterson

    In terms of Asimov's writing, this is the last work exploring the Foundation; the copyright date is actually after his death. As some have noted, there is something of a contradiction here. By the time the Foundation series ends (with "Foundation and Earth"), the Foundation is kaput in terms of the future, and Galaxia is to take its place. So, to make his last novel a Hari Seldon novel is a bit strange. Still and all, though, this is a fascinating novel.There are a couple other books that link t [...]

  • Max Anadon

    This is actually the second prequel to the Foundation Trilogy, and the last book Asimov wrote (see the Author's note in Prelude to Foundation for the chronology of the series vs. when actually penned).As I read 'Prelude' first, and got accustomed to the later writing style of Asimov before getting to the Foundation Trilogy, it was easy for me to rejoin Hari, Dors, and Raych. The book is separated in sections by character focus, similar to others of the series. Each section jumps forward in time, [...]

  • Raúl Omar

    ¿Es posible predecir los acontecimientos futuros? ¿Qué hay que hacer si sabes que el Imperio galáctico está condenado a desintegrarse? Estas preguntas que aparecieron en Preludio a la Fundación siguen presentes en esta novela en la que el psicohistoriador Hari Seldon se enfrenta a nuevos enemigos y lucha por llevar a cabo su legado más importante: Fundación.Más que una novela, Hacia la Fundación nos presenta una serie de relatos largos en los que se narra la vida de Hari, Dors, Raych, [...]

  • Thomas

    And with this volume, I bring to a close the Foundation series by Asimov (sort of; I'm still planning on reading the Benford-Bear-Brin books, since those at least have a pretty devoted following, too). I'm partly glad to be finished, since the stories tended to be somewhat repetitious and lacking in vivid characterization, but after all that Asimov did with the series and how he pulled it together with his other major science fiction novels, part of me wonders where he would have gone with it ha [...]

  • Ken Doggett

    I've always loved the clarity and humor of Asimov's science articles, but I've never been a fan of his fiction, and this book points up why. The characters are cardboard throughout, and any human behavior he gives them seems contrived and thrown in as it occurs to the author that something is needed. Asimov never places you into the scene, and the reader is left watching from afar.Forward the Foundation is the second prequel to his famous Foundation series, and it was written shortly before his [...]

  • Farhana Sufi

    The unfinished glimpse of Seldon building the foundation of The Foundation at the end of the Galactic Empire left me intrigued about Seldon and the history of Psychohistory. The first glimpse of Seldon and the unrest at the Galactic Capital Trantor was written by Asimov at the age of twenty-one (how sad that I've written nothing of significance at even a decade older than that)! Undoubtedly the same intrugueness was felt by thousands of other readers of Asimov, or he would have never written the [...]

  • Scott Rhee

    Isaac Asimov's "Foundation" series is considered to be one of the best sci-fi series ever written. That is perhaps a matter of personal opinion, but it is clear that Asimov has staying power based on the popularity of his books, roughly sixty years after many of them were published. "Forward the Foundation" is actually, in terms of the storyline's chronology, the second book in the series, a sequel to "Prelude to Foundation" and the book leading in to "Foundation", but it was actually the most r [...]

  • Carlo

    Diciamo la verità: a mente fredda non è un gran libro, tra personaggi stereotipati e colpi di scena prevedibili. Inoltre è costituito da cinque parti che potrebbero avere vita propria scandendo i decenni della vita di Hari Seldon, quasi che Asimov abbia nostalgia della sua giovinezza, quando fondeva due romanzi brevi per creare ‘Fondazione’. Eppure… Eppure, queste trecento pagine si leggono tutte d’un fiato, trascinati dalla prosa leggera ma arguta che contraddistingue da sempre l’a [...]

  • Christopher

    "The Domestic Life of Hari Seldon." The last Foundation book Asimov wrote (1993) is the also the one right before the original trilogy begins (1951). Like the earlier 'prequel' novel, this book just kind of meanders without much of a central conflict or plot. There are some tie-ins to other Foundation works or his other series, but ultimately, but book just kind of plods along. The character dynamics (never Asimov's strong suit) are particularly unsatisfying as there isn't enough external stimul [...]

  • Adrian

    It's Asimov, it's a Foundation novel, albeit one written to join with his original Trilogy written 40 years earlier, so it's going to be good if you enjoy this type of Sci Fi. That said it is probably the weakest of them all, and if I could only give it 4 1/2 stars I would, as I can't it has to be 5. If one is familiar with Asimov's Foundation universe, then this is like revisiting an old friend. It is an enjoyable read providing many insights into Seldon's later years especially around the sett [...]

  • David

    Holy cow. I loved all of these books. I realize that they aren't perfect. It was still an amazing read. Thank you, Isaac.

  • Gabrielchaves26

    The only novel that's ever made me tear up at the end. If I could give it twenty stars I would. The Foundation series by Asimov is a must read for lovers of literature.

  • Xavi

    2'5/5 Un poco decepcionante, la verdad. Repetitivo y con un argumento un poco pueril.

  • Robert Day

    The best SF series ever.

  • Natália Hruščová

    A mám celú sériu Nadace za sebou. A napriek trom hviezdičkám pre tento diel (ktorý mi prišiel fajn, ale ako jeden z najslabších - oproti ostatným) to bolo dohromady úžasné :) jedná z najlepších sérii aké som kedy čítala. Táto séria donúti premýšľať. O ľudstve, spoločnosti, našom smerovaní a vývoji - čo je vzhľadom na obsah kníh pochopiteľné. Ale čo ma veľmi prekvapilo, donútilo ma to premýšľať hlavne o ekológii a našej Zemi. O tom ako si nevážime a [...]

  • Lamar Latrell

    It wasn't exactly what I was expecting, and while the writing was decent, it read very much like individual short stories connected because the settings were similar. I guess the goal was to explain the time between the "announcement" of the psychohistory project to the point where it is self-sufficient. As with most of these books that want to express a very large period of time, the difficult lies in jumping through time. That said, the entire book takes place over the span of about forty year [...]

  • heidi

    Plot: 3 out of 5. After the enjoyable ride and unexpected twists of Prelude to Foundation, this one feels rather meh. The writing could be more fleshed out to lend impact to the story, and this is where Asimov didn't shine.Characters: 4 out of 5. Still the same old characters that I care about, with introduction of some unsympathetic new ones. After Dors "died", Yugo Amaryl died, Raych died, I knew the book would end with Hari Seldon's death too. I'm guessing Wanda and Stettin will be the main c [...]

  • Björn Norralt

    Well, those Foundation books have been an appealing journey. Once you're hooked, there's no way you stop before you're done with the whole series.To be honest, I didn't expect very much of the prequel to foundation (due to some reviews I had read earlier), but well it's always better to have low expectations turned around, than vice versa.

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