- Audible Audio Edition
- Listening Length: 10 hours and 5 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: Susan Kaye Quinn
- Audible.com Release Date: October 24, 2016
- Whispersync for Voice: Ready
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01MCVXANC
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The Legacy Human: Singularity, Book 1 Audiobook – Unabridged
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Can't wait for the next books in the Singularity Series. Thank you Mrs. Quinn.
I requested this arc because I love Quinn's writing so much. I bought into her Debt Collector series from the first line, couldn't put it down, and couldn't get enough. I had high hopes this new series would be the same. Quinn did not disappoint. The Legacy Human is a fast-paced, ultra-enthralling, reader engaging, whirlwind of a story, packed with action, moral dilemma, and human intrigue. Need I say more? Oh, and the protagonist is an artist. LOVE. As dystopian's go, this one is top notch. Susan spins a fabulous story, filled with elements that keep the reader's mind popping with questions about the world/their world, the state of humanity, its fragility, human purpose, and our role inside that framework, all the while drawing distinct parallels to today's world. Yes, I felt a little Hunger Games influence, but I also felt the essence of The Giver and Divergent woven in, though, Quinn sets a whole new stage for readers to explore here. I loved the creative Olympian/sports tie. Another volumed-series to enjoy by Susan Kaye Quinn.
That being said, so far I personally would recommend the author's Mindjack series over this one because I really appreciate the strong characterization of even more minor characters, action-packed chase segments, and explorations of the social implications of technology in that series.
However, I'm definitely going to go back for the next Singularity book to see if it starts to deliver more of the elements I'm hoping for - this one may have been sort of a slow start because the protagonist had very little knowledge about the world to begin with.
I received an eARC in exchange for an honest review, but decided to buy the book as well because I want to support this author - I think she's talented and am looking forward to reading more.