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The Caves Of Steel
The Caves Of Steel
Author: Isaac Asimov
He looked like a man. He walked like a man. He talked like a man. But he wasn't a man.... — Detective R. Daneel Olivaw was a robot. When Lije Baley was summoned by the police commissioner to investigate the murder of Spacetown's leading scientist, he was told his new partner would be a robot....a very special robot, created by the murdered man hi...  more »
ISBN: 141070
Publication Date: 1/1972
Pages: 191
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Publisher: Fawcett Crest
Book Type: Paperback
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Classic Isaac Asimov. If you like science fiction, you should be reading this author's works. This is a fast paced story about a detective and his partner, a robot. Together they are investigating the murder of a scientist. The very man that developed this same robot. I saw shades of this story in the movie I ROBOT, so if that movie appealed to you, this book will too. This is the book the movie was taken from-as almost always, the book is better. More in depth character and plot development. This is an older book that may have been overlooked by the younger generation now reading sci-fi. I would recommend this book as a great starting point for this author.