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Perihelion. 1988 Perihelion
by William F. Wu
First Edition 1988.
Ace Books / Byron Preiss Visual Publications.
New York.
ISBN 0441373887.
Paperback.
Cover and interior illustrations by Paul Rivoche.
xvi+176 pages.
Price: $2.95.

Notes
Perihelion, a Robot novel by William F. Wu based the stories of Isaac Asimov.

Part 6 of Isaac Asimov's Robot City series.

Publisher’s Blurb – Lower Cover
BEYOND AURORA AWAITS A BRAVE NEW WORLD . . . OF ROBOTS

A man without memory, in a city of robots gone wild. At his side, a mysterious woman whose own identity he has reconstructed, and whose memories of him may be true or false.

The young man calls himself Derec. In the shattering climax to his quest, he discovers the shocking secret of his true identity. Tormented by a nightmarish disease, Derec must face the genius Dr. Avery, and compel him to reveal the truth!

ISAAC ASIMOV'S ROBOT CITY

For the first time in his distinguished career, Isaac Asimov has opened up his world of robots to challenge today's hottest new science fiction talents. The traps Asimov has set for them will astound you. In a mystery governed by the Laws of Robotics, the finest minds in science fiction enter the most futuristic landscape in robot history!

Welcome to Robot City.

 
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