Asimov is superb, particularly when one considers that he started writing this series in the early 1950s. As a result it reads and sounds like the period. For all that, this is a great classic and Scott Brick is an excellent reader. The story and cast of characters is much more complex than the average novel. I found that a 2nd listen not only made everything clearer, but was even more enjoyable than the first.
A few reviewers comment on dropped sentences. It helps to have access to the printed version. Chapters are frequently introduced with excerpts of the fictitious Encyclopedia Galactica, and these excerpts are - in both the print and Audible version - often dropped mid-sentence. This is Asimov.
Highly recommended for any SciFi fan.
Can't say, haven't read the print edition
Very entertaining retelling of US history with vampires playing a major role in a number of unsolved events like the Lost Colony
This is a good analysis of the critical reasons that once great companies fall. Very rich analysis and analogies to demonstrate key points.
There have been several comments panning the drama that Collins uses in his vocal presentation. I disagree. He speaks as though was making a passionate point in one of his classes. It's a performance!
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