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Science fiction sequence of three of Isaac Asimov's earliest novels, and extended by one short story. Wikipedia

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    • The additions made reference to events in Asimov's Robot and Empire series, indicating that they were also set in the same fictional universe.Foundation series-Wikipedia
    • Pebble in the Sky has been grouped along with The Stars, Like Dust and The Currents of Space as the so-called Galactic Empire series.Pebble in the Sky-Wikipedia
    • As may be seen below, the novel may also be counted as the prequel to the Empire series of novels, which form part of the Foundation Series.The End of Eternity-Wikipedia
    • Pebble in the Sky became the basis for the Empire series.Foundation series-Wikipedia
    • It is the second (by internal series chronology) of three books labeled the Galactic Empire series, but it was the last of the three to be written.The Currents of Space-Wikipedia
    • Asimov stated that the books of his Robot, Empire, and Foundation series "offer a kind of history of the future, which is, perhaps, not completely consistent, since I did not plan consistency to begin with."Foundation series-Wikipedia

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