Series: Isaac Asimov's Robot City

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Isaac Asimov's Robot City: Odyssey by Michael P. Kube-McDowellBook 1
Isaac Asimov's Robot City: Suspicion by Mike McQuayBook 2
Isaac Asimov's Robot City: Cyborg by William F. WuBook 3
Isaac Asimov's Robot City: Prodigy by Arthur Byron CoverBook 4
ROBOT CITY 04: Der Aufruhr by Arthur Byron Cover4
Isaac Asimov's Robot City: Refuge by Rob ChilsonBook 5
Isaac Asimov's Robot City: Perihelion by William F. WuBook 6
Isaac Asimov's Robot City 1 by Michael P. Kube-McDowellOmnibus 1-2
Isaac Asimov's Robot City 2 by Byron PreissOmnibus 3-4
Isaac Asimov's Robot City 3 by Rob ChilsonOmnibus 5-6

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  1. Isaac Asimov's Robots and Aliens: Changeling by Stephen Leigh (1989)
  2. Isaac Asimov's Inferno by Roger MacBride Allen (1994)
  3. Robot Dreams by Isaac Asimov (1986)
  4. Isaac Asimov's Robots in Time: Predator by William F. Wu (1993)
  5. Foundation's Friends: Stories in Honor of Isaac Asimov by Martin H. Greenburg (1989)
  6. The Norby Chronicles by Janet Asimov (1986)
  7. Mirage by Mark W. Tiedemann (2000)
  8. The Positronic Man by Isaac Asimov (1992)
  9. Have Robot, Will Travel by Alexander C. Irvine (2002)
  10. Arthur C. Clarke's Venus Prime: Hide and Seek by Paul Preuss (1989)
  11. The Stainless Steel Rat Wants You! by Harry Harrison (1978)
  12. The Smoke Ring by Larry Niven (1987)
  13. Cradle by Arthur C. Clarke (1988)
  14. Bill, the Galactic Hero by Harry Harrison (1965)
  15. The Skylark of Space by E. E. 'Doc' Smith (1958)

Series description

Isaac Asimov's Robot City revolves around Derec, a man who lost his memory who journeys to Robot City, a city (and a planet) populated entirely by robots.

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