Inhuman is Book 5 in the best-selling, smash hit phenomenon, Post-Human series. Listeners will get to rejoin all of the characters they fell in love with along the way in the previous 4 audiobooks. Inhuman not only ties the first four audiobooks together, it also introduces a new villain, one that has been lurking in the background throughout, and that will trump any villain in the history of literature, film, or comics. V-SINN is its name, and, this time, it may just be too much for the post-humans to handle.
Inhuman is to the Post-Human series as The Empire Strikes Back was to Star Wars - the middle act when revelations emerge, old sins come back to haunt, and the journey of the heroes that listeners have fallen in love with deepens, darkens, and entertains to a whole new level. Post-Human fans will not be disappointed with this epic middle act! Enjoy!
©2014 David Simpson (P)2014 Podium Publishing
Superb novel on its own, Inhuman fits perfectly with the first four. It explains enough background to be understood without the prior books, but is not annoyingly repetitive as some sequels are.
Ray Chase is amazing. if this were made into series of animated feature films, Ray should do all the voices.
I really enjoy the storyline and this book continued it well. At first, I thought this was going to be the end of the series but as the book was ending I was pleasantly surprised it wasn't the end.
I wrote this review to only give a quick opinion and not give anything away.
This series was awesome. I veryuch enjoyed it.
I am looking forward to getting the next book, i hope there is one.
when you finish a series like this, its like telling an old friend bye.
This has been great. The complex problems in the boon really keep you on the edge of your seat, and even gives me chills quite a lot.
James is the hero we all want to be, and he really shines in this book.
Inostrancevia - the uber Gorgonopsian.
Ray Chase Crushes
I really can't think of another non-Post Human series book that compares to Inhuman. Even if there was a book out there, do you really care about what I chose or why I chose it? Hopefully the answer is NO.
My virtual bookshelf is groaning under the weight of all the Ray Chase narrations I have purchased / listened to. Ray Chase is a narrator of the first water. When I scroll through newly released books and I spot his name in the narrator slot, it pretty much doesn't matter what the book is because I've already tossed the audiobook in my cart.
Inhuman.......Tune in as Oldtimer bitch slaps evil from Venus to Earth and back again.
I loved to listen to Janet's squeaky chatter as she chirped with Rich - the gravel voiced badass who had Oldtimer's back. I pressed play at 4:30 this morning and marathoned this gem straight through as I did my morning fishing trip followed immediately by the obligatory Pacificofest by the pool. This story started fast and never slowed down. Ray Chase kept the story charging ahead and made me chuckle at least 26 times just from the way he made the characters sound. No one does Super Self Important Man in Command guy like Ray Chase. It's kind of like a mix of bravado and gruff world weariness wrapped around battle-hardened confidence. Or, maybe not. Whatever.... Buy the audiobook. It's worth the dough and you will enjoy the ride.
Good follow up that leaves the door open to a book 6. I loved it as much as the others
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