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Isaac Asimov's Caliban. 1993 Isaac Asimov's Caliban
by Roger MacBride Allen
First Edition 1993.
Ace Books.
New York.
ISBN 0441090796.
Trade paperback.
Cover illustration by Ralph McQuarrie.
312 pages.
Price: $9.95.

Notes
Isaac Asimov's Caliban, a Robot novel by Roger MacBride Allen based the stories of Isaac Asimov.

The first of three Robot mystery novels based on an outline approved by Asimov shortly before his death in 1992.

The image opposite and the blurb below are from the 1999 Millennium/Orion paperback edition, ISBN 1857981685. Cover illustration by Ralph McQuarrie.

Publisher’s Blurb – Lower Cover
The First Law: a robot may not injure a human being, or through inaction, allow a human being to come to harm . . .

When an experiment with a new type of mechanical brain goes awry, Caliban is created -- a robot with no knowledge of humanity . . . a robot without the Three Laws. Unleashed upon the far-future, Caliban is alternately labelled a killer, an aberration, a martyr, a pioneer. A fugitive in a cruel world, he is hunted by people on both sides of the law. And as he follows his own survival instincts, his fate is to alter the destiny of all humanity . . .

'The result of a unique collaboration between Asimov and Allen. Dares to question Asimov's laws for robots, while at the same time being very much . . . in the best tradition of Asimov'
Science Fiction Age

 
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