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Stories like that obviously demand a great amount of creativity. Also, the way Asimov shows what he thinks of technology through his style of writing is unique. The way he writes his books helps a wide audience of readers be able to read his books about technological advancements, molecules, or even complex mathematics. In addition to that, Asimov’s science-fiction novels are set in the immediate and far future on distant planets circling other suns. All in all, Isaac Asimov uses a unique style to portray his elaborate views on subjects of technology, science fiction, and the future.
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Wells’ novels are very convincing of these incidents. His writings are very detailed, and he has predicted many future gadgets in his books. H.G. Wells converted from Christian to atheist to open up his mind, and become a more skilled science fiction author. From beginning to end his books keep the audience appealed and wanting more.