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It gets dragged down by his inane forwards, his cringy attempts at humour, and his love of puns. Pero en general me han gustado mucho, sobre todo por los aportes del propio Asimov al principio o al final de cada relato.

These are the stories that are collected here. All accessible, enough science to satisfy the hardcore, but always explaine Asimov was one of those writers I started as a tween, and amongst others built my love for reading, and always carries much affection in my heart as a result. He certainly gives the impression that he is very knowledgeable about science and what it’s like being a scientist.

I went to the effort to salvage two books. Asimov, some written during the earliest stages of his writing career.

Asimov’s Mysteries by Isaac Asimov

Doing so will require quite a deep knowledge of scientific and astronomical facts, that went beyond the limits of my knowledge for sure. Algunos acusan el paso del tiempo en sus propuestas futuristas, pero no por eso dejan de ser entretenidos.

Of the stories contained herein, only a few are of the kind that you, as the reader, try to guess “who done it” before it’s revealed at the end.


He then set about proving it in a series of engaging stories, written for the anthology magazines of the day, between and But many are ingenious, all are readable, and his heart is always isaa, ready to pierce the vainglorious, and lampoon the academic squabblings.

When my living quarters were flooded in the El Nino event asikov the early s, pretty much everything on the floor or on bottom shelves was damaged beyond recognition or destroyed outright. The two combine together to exhibit the element of mystery.

Clearly isasc standout of the collection – I’d put it up there with Asimov’s best work. Jun 21, The other John rated it really liked it Shelves: Asimov is completely wrong. This is an anthology of thirteen mysteries with a science-fiction theme first published in by one of the giants of the 20th Century. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.

Isaac Asimov was a fine science fiction writer and an author of many popular books on science and other subjects. The first story unedited, as claimed by the writer in his foreword has been very well written considering that it was the writer’s first published story in a magazine while he was in his late teens, in the infamously well-remembered commencing year of WWII, Doing so will require quite a deep knowledge of scientific and ast This collection ends with a assimov really good stories but quite a few are mediocre which drags armoniisa my rating of this book.

Asimov is really good, the mysteries are a lot of fun, and some are even very impressive. Obituary deals with murder using an experimental asimkv phenomenon. The first is an official investigator H. The only good thing about this one was its length 4 pages. Asimov’s most famous work is the Foundation Series; armojiosa other major series are the Galactic Empire series and the Robot series, both of which he later tied into the same fictional universe as the Foundation Series to create a unified “future history” for his stories much like those pioneered by Robert A.


View all 4 comments. Decent setup, banal ending.

La campana armoniosa y otros cuentos – Isaac Asimov – Google Books

Asimov wrote the Lucky Starr series of juvenile science-fiction novels using the pen name Paul French. Professor Urth is a veritable 23rd century Sherlock Holmes, with a phobia of travel to boot. Recommended to anyone who likes both the SF and mystery genres. Asimov in this slim volume o A very recent review on this site by Armonjosa on a work by Agatha Christie explains the dilemma in trying to review mysteries.

Asimov’s Mysteries

Asimov siempre me ha parecido un escrito algo vanidoso, se cree el mejor que hay Asimov’s Mysteries by Isaac Asimov. Most of Asimov’s popularized science books explain scientific concepts in a historical way, going as far back as possible to a time when the science in question was at its simplest stage.

But there were a few gems near the end, especially Obituary. A Loint of Paw: Apr 20, Steven Peterson rated it liked it.

A solid collection of tales but nothing aemoniosa in the plot lines in terms of twists. The eccentric detective caricature here is bestowed upon Dr.

The stories were all originally published in magazines between and Clever page turning compilation of Asimov science fiction mystery short stories. Urth is eccentric in that he has a phobia of all mech. Surely this is unexpected. Neat use of Einstein’s general theory of relativity.