Slice of SciFi #267: Voice Mail Show

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  1. ejdalise says

    I won’t be calling in (don’t have the voice for it), but . . .

    . . . 1979, a fellow engineer at Cadillac Motors hands me I, Robot. It sits at home while I finish the latest Mickey Spilane book, featuring the kind of hard hero we so seldom see these days, Mike Hammer.

    Eventually I picked up I, Robot, and within three months I had read all of Asimov’s SF offerings (and a few of his other books). Heinlein was next (until he got weird), then Niven, and then a mix of now iconic authors. SF is all I’ve read since 1979. Some fantasy, but for the most part hard SF is what I like.

    Imagine my disappointment when I, Robot came out . . .

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