|Dimensions||22 × 14.5 × 3 cm|
Roger MacBrdie Allen
Good. The book has been read and is in good readable condition with visible wear on the cover and possibly some noticeable writing on the pages. Possible book foxing.
Good. Jacket is intact with light to moderate damage.
Isaac Asimov’s CalibanMystery, Science Fiction
The Three Laws were an integral part of every robot’s programming. Until a brilliant roboticist crated the first gravitonic brain and built Caliban – a “lawless” robot who knew nothing about himself, his kid, or the proper relationship between robots and humans.
The gaps in his databank were deliberate. Caliban was the embodiment of a theory – a carefully controlled experiment. No one could be certain what might happen to a robot unhampered by the Three Laws.
But a chilling possibility became a grim reality all too soon – or so it seemed. Someone left on of the laboratory doors open, and Caliban went out into the city… leaving behind a human body in a pool of blood.
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