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The humanoid - man's ultimate mechanical triumph and perfect servant - so flawlessly effective and self-regenerative as to stifle mankind into impotence and eventual enslavement - was the invention of Jack Williamson in one of the finest science fiction novels of all time, The Humanoids.
©1980 Jack Williamson (P)2012 Audible, Inc.
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By Niels J. Rasmussen on 01-14-15

Great Listen - But - The Weakest of the Trilogy

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The Humanoid Touch is the third and final installment of Jack Williamson's Humanoid trilogy of stories.<br/>The first story in the series, "With Folded Hands", is easily the author's best work. This was followed up by "The Humanoids", which was great, but got a little too far-fetched by the end of the novel for my tastes.<br/><br/>The Humanoid Touch focuses less on the actual robots known as The Humanoids and more on characters and character development. To my surprise, the robots don't even make an appearance until about halfway into the novel. Although this book was much less far-fetched than the second installment of the series, I would still consider it to be its weakest link.<br/>I won't give anything away, but you really DO need to read the previous books in the trilogy to properly follow what is happening in the story, which I consider to be a drawback.<br/><br/>Also, although the narrator in this book IS very good, he isn't QUITE as good with the material as the reader from both of the previous two audiobooks (Which can be found as a set of two, together on Audible).<br/>Still a very enjoyable conclusion to The Humanoid saga though.<br/><br/>8.32 / 10.00

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By I like to read 101 on 11-28-13

A wonderful coming of age story.

Would you consider the audio edition of The Humanoid Touch to be better than the print version?

Though most likely not the author's intention. This is a wonderful coming of age story.<br/>

What other book might you compare The Humanoid Touch to and why?

Beside the Narrows<br/>

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