- File Size: 868 KB
- Print Length: 783 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Mozaika Publications (July 10, 2016)
- Publication Date: July 10, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01HON1P0Y
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #35,579 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The Last Humans: The Complete Trilogy Kindle Edition
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The book is weakened because Theo is so seldom in control of his actions. He is manipulated, led and often completely controlled by Phoe who frequently takes over control of his body and who is almost always with him, telling him what is happening, how to respond and what to do next. Theo seems to be little more than a puppet, cting at the whim of the puppeteer. Actually, one of the parts of the books that I most enjoyed was when Theo was cut off from Phoe and had to act totally on his own.
That's why I think the book would have been stronger had it been written from Phoe's POV. It certainly would have been much more interesting and would not have had as much of a deux ex machina feel. I was also disappointed in the ending of the book. It kind of left me with a combo feeling of "Duh" and "So?" When all was said and done, I was left wondering what was the point of the entire trilogy.
I hate to be so negative, but it was just so......Ug. Theo is one of the most annoying characters I've ever had to follow through more than one book. Did I mention Pho? Yeah....their relationship isn't awkward at all (please note my deep sarcasm). He's in love with his spaceship. <sigh>
The story is almost like a split personality wrote it. A teenage boy who wants robots, space and explosions, then a chick, who just wants a little romance and 'brains'. I had a really hard time often understanding what was happening from the various screen/reality shifts. The author(s) didn't do a good job of making sure I understood where or why I was in any particular location with Theo.
While the plots is unique, it is repetitive. I just can't seem to understand the basis of the story, what happened to Earthy, why Oasis is around, the Goo, the elders and society. I had hoped it all would make sense by book 3, but it did not. The character seems to repeat the same thing (plot line)...through all three books.
This is a book for children....minus the cussing and the awkward romance.
The writing itself was painfully clunky. With horribly garbled mixed metaphors like "I’m a muddy roller coaster of needs and emotions, with Phoe at the epicenter" I found it really hard to continue reading. Only curiosity about the ultimate nature of the evolved Earth, post singularity kept me turning pages.