The Last Humans: The Complete Trilogy

The Last Humans: The Complete Trilogy

by Dima Zales, Anna Zaires

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The Last Humans: The Complete Trilogy by Dima Zales, Anna Zaires

From the New York Times bestseller Dima Zales comes an action-packed sci-fi adventure set in a post-singularity future. For a limited time, get all 3 full-length novels (1000+ pages) in one convenient, discounted bundle.

When invisible technology runs everything and memories can't be trusted, how does one sort the truth from the lies?

Oasis, the last habitable area on post-apocalyptic Earth, is meant to be a paradise, a place where everyone is content. Vulgarity, violence, insanity, and other ills are but a distant memory, and even death no longer plagues the last surviving humans.

Theo, a twenty-three-year-old Youth, has never fit in with the serene, age-divided Oasis society. But it's only when he starts hearing a girl's voice in his head that he realizes that nothing is what it seems. Phoe is his imaginary friend--or is she?

As secrets are unveiled, Theo is dragged into a dangerous game where the virtual and the real worlds collide.

What does it mean to be human? What does it mean to be real?

Theo is about to find out.

Warning: This book contains some strong language. We felt it was important for the censorship theme of the novel. If such words offend you, you might not enjoy this book. If in doubt, please read the sample before buying.

NOTE: This is a complete trilogy containing three full-length novels-- Oasis, Limbo, and Haven.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940157006310
Publisher: Mozaika Publications
Publication date: 08/14/2016
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 782
Sales rank: 30,895
File size: 577 KB

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The Last Humans: The Complete Trilogy 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous 6 months ago
I thought book one was very good. But the next two just drug on and got boring.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago