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This is a dark, and entirely convincing post-apocalyptic sci-fi piece, which is probably why I didn’t like it as much as Robopocalypse. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Dean
The book has an interesting premise and an engaging plot. I wanted to completely like it but Wilson's style in this book made it hard to read because it annoyed me. Read morePublished 10 days ago by gotomikem
A thrill ride from begining to end! A must read! a great example of man versus the technology he has created.Published 11 days ago by ambervampyre
Started very well. Too much an action novel rather than an exploration of the social issues. Read like a first-person shoot'em'up.
Still worth getting.
Well, although, it may be sci-fiction there seems to be a reality in it as we see humans trying to enhance themselves. It's well written and thought out.Published 1 month ago by Ralph Baker
Owen Gray is an "amplified" human, meaning he has a technological implant meant to control his epilepsy. Or so he had been told. Read morePublished 2 months ago by avanta7
For a book about neural enhancement Amped failed to provide any significant intellectual stimulation. Read morePublished 3 months ago by ocjacob
Book sags a little in the middle and the main character is a little bland, but the two villians are great. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jonathan Rodriguez
Juvenile treatment of a serious question, though it does showcase the powerful undercurrent of sadism and hatred running through this country's populace. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Richard Martin Shorter