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The Last Humans

The Complete Trilogy
Lu par : Roberto Scarlato
Série : The Last Humans, Volume 1-3
Durée : 20 h et 53 min

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Description

From the New York Times best-seller Dima Zales comes an action-packed sci-fi adventure set in a post-singularity future. Get all three full-length novels in one convenient bundle.

When invisible technology runs everything and memories can't be trusted, how does one sort the truth from the lies?

Oasis, the last habitable area on post-apocalyptic Earth, is meant to be a paradise, a place where everyone is content. Vulgarity, violence, insanity, and other ills are but a distant memory, and even death no longer plagues the last surviving humans.

Theo, a 23-year-old Youth, has never fit in with the serene, age-divided Oasis society. But it's only when he starts hearing a girl's voice in his head that he realizes that nothing is what it seems. Phoe is his imaginary friend - or is she?

As secrets are unveiled, Theo is dragged into a dangerous game where the virtual and the real worlds collide.

What does it mean to be human? What does it mean to be real?

Theo is about to find out.

Warning: This book contains some strong language. We felt it was important for the censorship theme of the novel. If such words offend you, you might not enjoy this book.

Note: This is a complete trilogy containing three full-length novels - Oasis, Limbo, and Haven.

©2017 Dima Zales (P)2017 Dima Zales

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  • Aparries
  • 27/12/2017

Didn’t realize this was a YA

So, I didn’t initially realize this was a YA. I still don’t see anything that says it is, but it has to be. Overall, characters are decently done, but seemed more like 15 year olds. Story seemed somewhat underdeveloped. Good ending, albeit somewhat predictable. Good epic trilogy for a teenager who is into sci-fi, or even just getting into it.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 24/07/2017

Shoddy audio editing!

Story content: Book one was decent. Book two was okay. Book three was a disaster.
Audio quality: Choppy and character voices were annoying, especially a male that sounded like a surfer or a throwback from Bill And Ted's Excellent Adventure.

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  • Debra Planer
  • 29/05/2017

a little out there

This series caught my eye, as I love books about Earths future. It took a while to get into but then I was hooked. only the final book got a bit weird for me. I finished the series but would had liked a different ending. Happy Reading.

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  • Scrooge McDuck
  • 15/10/2018

Mind = blown

I thought the story arc was going to go a completely different direction. Very tight storyline replete with Deus Ex Machina. Note:. This are some very deep underpinnings with the series. This should rank up with Asimiov and Niven and probably we will.

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  • Kent
  • 02/06/2018

Disappointing

Clever idea, but shallow characters, too many cliches, and the battle scenes were too long.

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  • G Family
  • 27/04/2018

terrible reading, the acting was flat and poor.

the story was adequate but they reading was terrible it's unfortunate for the author that they chose this particular anchor and provided no direction on how the

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  • Patrick J Kanuit
  • 04/12/2017

horrible narrating.

horrible narrator. Prevents you from getting immersed in the story. Had the same tempo thru the entire story. Apparently they had a shoestring budget for the audio book.

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  • Columbus
  • 12/11/2017

Boring

To hard to finish there s nothing to grab you. Barely have 15 words to describe how boring this book is. Couldn't finish.

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  • Don
  • 22/09/2017

Nope <br /><br />

hated it
seems like a first attempt at storytelling
first few chapters didn't get me interested in anything about the book

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  • Daniel
  • 21/02/2017

Great Series

Definitely worth a read. If you have ever given thought to the Matrioshka brain, you will absolutely enjoy this book.

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  • domybest
  • 19/02/2018

Very fascinating dystopian/utopian view of the future

I like that the setting is introduced slowly, and bit by bit. It feels like you are exploring the world at the same time the protagonist does. The trilogy highlights the dichotomy of technology which can be used to implement a utopia, or a dystopia, depending on how/by whom it is used.

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  • nettrap
  • 28/08/2018

A mixture of We Are Many and Ready Player One

Pretty good. It starts with the little naive appearing thoughts of a young person incarnated by the protagonist. Reminds me strongly of Ready Player one. The story develops he he is approaching the cause of the voice in his head while introducing to the strange appearing world around him.

The authors have some pretty extensive and thought-out ideas wich let the reader easily condone the -a bit too constructed seeming- hasstle of dealing with the protagonists troubles.

There was not a bit of tedium while listening.

More of this please!
(Despite the fact that tis is a "Complete Trilogy" - there is still room for a successor.)