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The Future We Left Behind

Lancaster, Mike A (Book - 2012 )
Average Rating: 4 stars out of 5.
The Future We Left Behind
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A thousand years after the release of the Straker Tapes, when Peter and Alpha discover that stories of human upgrades are true, they strive to stop a group of scientists from making a decision that could destroy humanity.
Authors: Lancaster, Mike A
Uniform Title: 1.4
Title: The future we left behind
Publisher: New York : Egmont USA, c2012
Characteristics: 367 p. ;,22 cm
Notes: Sequel to: Human.4
Summary: A thousand years after the release of the Straker Tapes, when Peter and Alpha discover that stories of human upgrades are true, they strive to stop a group of scientists from making a decision that could destroy humanity.
ISBN: 1606844113
9781606844113
1606844105
9781606844106
Statement of Responsibility: Mike A. Lancaster
Subject Headings: England Fiction Families England Fiction JUVENILE FICTION / Science Fiction JUVENILE FICTION / Action & Adventure / General Family life England Fiction Technological innovations Fiction Computer programs Fiction Science fiction
Topical Term: Families
JUVENILE FICTION Science Fiction
JUVENILE FICTION Action & Adventure General
Family life
Technological innovations
Computer programs
Science fiction
LCCN: 2012003794
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Sep 24, 2013
  • OuranophobicAngel rated this: 3 stars out of 5.

This is supposed to come after the book Human.4; it will make much more sense if you have read Human.4. (I didn't, thus it was more confusing) It's pretty good, but some parts were boring and I was not very motivated to read it.

Jun 15, 2013
  • bwortman rated this: 4 stars out of 5.

This novel is the sequel to Human.4 aka 0.4.

This sequel is perfectly enjoyable as a science fiction novel and it gives the reader to truly explore the future of humanity hinted at in the footnotes of Human.4. However, at the same time, it misses the truly mind-bending twist that the first novel had making this sequel just slightly inferior. Despite falling short of the splendour of its predecessor, the book is still a ripping good read as we follow Peter as he attempts to unravel the mystery that entirely shatters how he perceives his life.

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