Isaac Asimov – I, Robot [REVIEW/DISCUSSION]

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Isaac Asimov – I, Robot
Richard Matheson – I Am Legend
Karel Capek – RUR and War with the Newts
Richard Dawkins – The God Delusion

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Kara Skinner says:

This is so cool! I had no idea it was a short story collection first. It's been over a decade since I saw the movie, but I remember enjoying it quite a bit. These stories sound really interesting though.

Mindy's Book Journey says:

I have got to read some Asimov soon, and I,Robot is the one I am most excited to get to.

Reading Outside The Box says:

Nice video! I remember the movie being awful, so you definitely changed my opinion about the book. Might pick it up!!

Teaching on My Toes says:

Hey! Wet head Dane!! I haven't read the book, I don't like the movie. But, now knowing that the book only takes the three laws of runs with them, I might have to check out the book when I'm building a to be read list. Love the Slytherin banner behind you! I have never seen, or noticed the day in Corbin in the author sign behind you very cool!

Jo Smith says:

I had no idea this was a collection of short stories and that actually makes me more likely to pick it up. not being a big reader of sci fi, I feel like I could just dip into this and get small doses.

Ctina Loves 2 Read says:

Oh man I had no idea this was a book… Lol there are so many book to movie and movie to book adaptations lol I gotta keep up

Words Words Everywhere says:

Such a great collection. I read it earlier this year and loved it so much. I agree with what you said about being able to remember what happened in each story more than other short story collections. I think one reason for this is that (as you hint at) each of the stories is trying to solve a logical or ethical problem based on the three laws. As a result I was trying to figure out what the solution to the mental puzzle would be while reading the story. Since my mind was so engaged on the details/problems of the story I remember it more. It’s also just a fun read and has lots of clever humour in it too. The crappy film doesn’t deserve to be named after this excellent book 😝

cryingaboutbooks says:

I want to read this asap now 👌🏼🔥

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