Book Reviews of Currents of Space

Currents of Space
Currents of Space
Author: Isaac Asimov
ISBN-13: 9780345335449
ISBN-10: 0345335449
Publication Date: 12/12/1985
Pages: 231
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4 stars, based on 8 ratings
Publisher: Del Rey
Book Type: Paperback
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Isaac as his best Clear writing and excellent suspense.
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good classic science fiction
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I enjoyed this book for the mystery and because I liked watching Rik muddle and struggle through. Even though simple country Lona didnt understand much of what Rik was trying to remember, she stuck with him throughout. The class differences between the Florina workers and the Sark nobility threw in some added tension between the characters of the story.

I actually didnt realize this was Book 2 of the Galactic Series until I started writing up the review. This book reads fine as a stand alone space mystery. (Though I am excited to have this simple excuse to dig up the other two Isaac Asimov books in the series.)

Kevin T. Collins did a great job with mens and womens voices, with provincial country accents, and imperial demands, even throwing in dialect accents. I enjoyed his crisp and clear pronunciation and the pacing.