I'd seen so much praise for this book, including an insanely high 4.6 on Goodreads, that when I bought it I was certain it was going to disappoint. I
I can appreciate your wanting to keep the "science" in science fiction. I call that being "idea based" versus "character based",
KatG: Thanks for the link.
Off topic, sort of, but to the thread at large: when you're not actually needing to quote the previous poster,
Interesting ideas, but I doubt it will be done that way. After all, the circuits in today's robots do not have a lot in common with Asimov's positronic
On the Short, Hairy and Dark, could be one of his dwarves and they equate to neutral in my view.