Isaac Asimov | Literature Criticism Critical Essay by H. H. Holmes

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Critical Essay by H. H. Holmes

[In "Lucky Starr and the Rings of Saturn"], French-Asimov has fun with fresh variations on the Three Laws of Robotics … and lets David Starr contribute to future history by establishing, against the opposition of the sinister Sirians, the principal of the indivisibility of stellar systems. The novel's a mite short on plot, and much of its banter seems more childish than youthful; but like all Asimov it is ingenious and carefully credible.

H. H. Holmes, "Three, Two, One, Zero and a Space Suit," in New York Herald Tribune Book Review (© I.H.T. Corporation; reprinted by permission), May 10, 1959, p. 27.∗

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