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Isaac Asimov – Through a Glass, Clearly | Review

Title: Through a Glass, Clearly

Author: Isaac Asimov

Type: Fiction

Page Count/Review Word Count: 128

Rating: 4/5

This book brings together a bunch of Isaac Asimov short stories, and I’m pleased to say that they were goodies, although I did miss the usual introductory essays that Asimov is known for.

The first story in particular stood out to me and almost reminded me of The Jaunt by Stephen King. In fact, it’s entirely possible that this is where he got the idea from. It’s about a little kid who’s sick of using Doors to teleport from building to building and who wants to go for a walk out there in the real world. But the other stories were pretty good too.

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