BOOK REVIEW: Foundation’s Friends, edited by Martin H. Greenberg

An anthology of 18 stories Published by Graffton Books First published in 1989 A collection of many genres 511 pages For fifty years, Isaac Asimov has entertained and inspired with his science fiction tales. In this anthology, eighteen authors pay tribute to the good doctor and his myriad creations. And what better way to celebrateContinue reading “BOOK REVIEW: Foundation’s Friends, edited by Martin H. Greenberg”

BOOK REVIEW: Fall of the White Ship Avatar, by Brian Daley

Adventures of Alacrity Fitzhugh and Hobart Floyt (#3) Published by Grafton First published in 1990 A pulpy space opera 368 pages Alacrity Fitzhugh and Hobart Floyt have had many adventures, though none so exciting as the legends claim. Escaping from the clutches of Earth, the duo now turn their attention to the fabled White Ship,Continue reading “BOOK REVIEW: Fall of the White Ship Avatar, by Brian Daley”

BOOK REVIEW: The Best Science Fiction of Isaac Asimov

A collection of 28 short stories, each with an author’s introduction Published by Grafton in 1987 All manner of subgenres 320 pages ⭐⭐⭐⭐ I have read a lot of Isaac Asimov. In fact, I have a whole bookcase dedicated to him. He is one of those rare writers who managed a long career of bothContinue reading “BOOK REVIEW: The Best Science Fiction of Isaac Asimov”