Caliban (Isaac Asimov's Caliban #1)
In a universe protected by the Three Laws of Robotics, humans are safe.The First Law states,
A robot may not injure a human being, or, through inaction, allow a human being to come to harm.
When an experiment with a new type of robot brain goes awry, the unthinkable happens. Caliban is created… A robot without guilt or conscience. A robot with no knowledge of or compassion for humanity. A robot without the Three Laws.
Caliban is a searing examination of Asimov's Three Laws of Robotics, a challenge welcomed and sanctioned by Isaac Asimov, the late beloved genius of science fiction, and written with his cooperation by one of today's hottest talents, Roger MacBride Allen, New York Times bestselling author of Ambush at Corella, The Modular Man, and The Ring of Charon.1