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I listened to this on fast, I cold not take the drowning pace. The story was OK it closed to series and provided insight as to the gaps in the saga. The story was true Asimov mystery style, But the book is a bit long winded, the bickering with bliss and Trevise was annoying. I read the book 20 years ago and liked it then, so much of it may be related to the performance. All in all must read to finish the story line started in I Robot. I love all the stories, but this was so so. The Story written in the 1980's still likens to Classic 1950's SCIFI that Isaac Asimov was the master of.
High. I enjoy Issac Asimov very much.
The other Foundation novels
No, I'm sorry but my 2nd grade elementary school teacher read better.
No, the reading prevented the listener from getting involved in the story.
This is unabridged so you will get the entire story, but it is being read to you in a monosyllabic and mono-tonal way.
the only reason I listened to the entire book was because I wanted to finish the series. If Scott Brick was to do a version I would buy it in a heart beat.
WHY can't I find a way to make my text-to-speech engine read it instead?! Would be SO much better. This guy is SOOOOOOOO bad...which is all the more frustrating because of all the time one has invested in the series before hitting this insufferable wall of a reader.
I hate the new narrator! YUCK! I've read these stories a dozen times and really enjoyed the previous narrator. this new narrator was putting me to sleep! Bad choice for such a great story!
I like the way this book brought robots and galactic empire together but the narration almost made me give up and toss it. How LM got picked to read any of these is beyond me. If the monotone wasn't enough, the mispronunciations made me crazy.
Having read the Foundation series previously and more recently returning to the Audible edition to enjoy a commute, I have enjoyed them up to this point. However, listening to Mr. McKeever's performance has been PAINFUL! It has been distracting from the story line and detracts from the overall effect of the book. I am an Isaac Asimov fan.