SFandFantasy.co.uk
   An SF and Fantasy Bibliography

Changeling. 1989
Search the Site
 Advanced Search

Follow Us / Contact Us

Links to Bibliographies

Alan Dean Foster

Eddie Jones

The Big Three
--- Isaac Asimov
--- Arthur C. Clarke
--- Robert A. Heinlein

J.R.R. Tolkien

Patrick Moore

Philip E. High

Richard C. Meredith

Robert E. Vardeman

Fighting Fantasy

Science Fiction Magazines

Science Fiction and Fantasy Series

SF Universes and Fantasy Worlds
--- Introduction
--- Amtor - Carson Napier of Venus
--- Barsoom - John Carter of Mars
--- Conan the Barbarian
--- Darkover
--- Dumarest of Terra
--- Foundation
--- Multivac
--- Narnia
--- Perry Rhodan
--- Raven: Swordsmistress of Chaos
--- The Chronicles of Counter‑Earth
--- The Land - Thomas Covenant
--- Thongor of Lemuria

Back to previous page Record Number: 41056
   
Changeling. 1989 Changeling
by Stephen Leigh
First Edition 1989.
Ace Books / Byron Preiss Visual Publications.
New York.
ISBN 0441731279.
Paperback.
Cover and interior illustrations by Paul Rivoche.
xxiv+168 pages.
Price: $3.50.

Notes
Changeling, a Robot novel by Stephen Leigh based the stories of Isaac Asimov.

Part 1 of Isaac Asimov's Robot City: Robots and Aliens series.

Publisher’s Blurb – Lower Cover
BEYOND ROBOT CITY AWAITS A BRAVE NEW GALAXY OF ROBOTS AND ALIENS

A man without a memory tied by blood to a city of robots. At his side, a mysterious woman whose life and memory he saved, whose love he has won for a second time.

His name is Derec. Now he must answer the call of a besieged city on an alien planet. His new challenge is to protect a fantastic metropolis of robots from wolf-like beings who stalk the perimeters and threaten its destruction!

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.

 
If you are looking for new, secondhand or out-of-print books then AbeBooks UK may be able to help.
 
Alternatively, you can search and order through AbeBooks.com.
AbeBooks.com. Thousands of booksellers - millions of books.
Text © Neil Holford and SFandFantasy.co.uk 2011-2019 --- Images and quoted text remain copyright of the publishers, artists and authors