Second Foundation Trilogy: Foundation's Triumph - David Brin Reviews
Description:ISBN 1841490008 / Author: David Brin / Genre: Fiction / 'As for me, I am finished.' With these words, a frail, dying Hari Seldon completes his life's work. The old man has just recorded messages for the Time Vault of the First Foundation. Psychohistory's Seldon Plan is ... more
Second Foundation Trilogy: Foundation's Triumph - David Brin ... unleashed, propelled by the ponderous momentum of destiny. Younger hands will now take up the task. For the first time in his life, Seldon is no longer watched, nurtured and guided by robots and he retires to a corner of the Imperial Park to garden. The Seldon plan has three possible outcomes. None of them fills him with joy but he is consoled by the thought that any of the three is better than the chaos that would have happened without him. But the future still holds some surprises for Hari Seldon.
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