I, Robot

I, Robot

Isaac Asimov

Synopsis of I, Robot

What do you do with a drunken robot?

You may not believe it, but robots have problems too. Just like humans.

In these mind-spinning tales, Isaac Asimov brings us an astonishing and delightful vision of tomorrow filled with marvels and miracles-of computers in human form so incredibly real you cannot tell the man from the machine without a scorecard.

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Reviews of I, Robot


I have read these short stories a number of times. Yet I always enjoy re-reading them. -- Jandy's Reading Room

I consider I, Robot to be a good read, and a classic of SF, nothing more, and that is my opinion. -- Steven P. Ross, Basilisk Dreams Books

The stories in I, Robot aren't necessarily Asimov's best. They're generally simple, sometimes stiff early works, charmingly boyish but not stylistically sophisticated. -- Tasha Robinson, Scifi.com

This novel gave me a totally different perspective on science fiction. -- Lindsey Cohen, Babes in Space

It's terrific, it's wonderful, and it remains one of the most enjoyable reading experiences Asimov ever provided. -- John H. Jenkins, Jenkins... Spoiler-Laden Guide to Isaac Asimov

The man will always be one of my personal heroes, and I'm sure I'll be re-reading this Book and so many of his others, all the way to my deathbed. -- T. M. Wagner, SFReviews