Emperor Attempting to recover the fifth component of a renegade robot Hunter and his team travel through time to ancient China where they are thwarted by Dr Wayne Nystrom creator of the robot who is deter

  • Title: Emperor
  • Author: William F. Wu
  • ISBN: 9780380765157
  • Page: 195
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Attempting to recover the fifth component of a renegade robot, Hunter and his team travel through time to ancient China, where they are thwarted by Dr Wayne Nystrom, creator of the robot, who is determined to retrieve it himself.

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    1. No, Asimov did not write this book. Wanted to clear that up right away. This book is actually one of six (and this happens to be number 5 in the series) authorized by Asimov himself to be written using his robots and exploring the ideas of time travel at the same time.The author is William F. Wu. Now you know. Oh, and he (William F. Wu, not Asimov) wrote all six of the “Robots in Time” series, unlike the “Robot City” series which had different authors. And I found, while collecting them, [...]

    2. In the series Robots in Time groups of people assemble to find robots which have gone missing through time. These situations are so dire because if these robots are not found they blow up in a nuclear explosion. In Emperor, the group assembled must go back to Kublai Khan era China and retrieve a robot gone awry. Through their adventures they face many different obstacles such as appearing out of thin air in front of the Chinese locals who are first convinced they are demons. This book puts a ver [...]

    3. Emperor was a nice surprise after forcing myself to finish the preceding book in the series, Dictator.The hunt for the Mojave Center Governor gestalt robots is still dragging on, and while each book is beginning to seem somewhat formulaic, I still found Emperor to be an enjoyable read.

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