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EHuman Dawn

3.69  ·  Rating details ·  54 ratings  ·  7 reviews
The Great Shift is coming.... are you ready to jump?

Fast forward to the year 2242--a world in which death, disease, war and famine have been conquered, and where everything, including humans, are devices on Neuro, a complex network operating system that is controlled via human thought. Adam Winter has lived for nearly two hundred years in an eHuman body--a man of metal, f
Kindle Edition, 262 pages
Published November 26th 2013 by Story Merchant Books
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Cue the music, “In the Year 2525…” and strap in for a trip to future Earth, the year, 2242 where mankind has conquered the ills and frailty of humanity by virtually wiping out what makes us human. The World Government has created a way to take the essense of the human mind and implant it into a virtually indestructible android body. Get tired of that one? Get a new body, the catch? All memories of your existence, all of your personal memories are erased and poof, you are another eHuman. But is t ...more
Nov 30, 2014 rated it liked it
Started good, but got rather slow. I finished two other books while slumping through this one. Adam, with his obvious name was bland and not bright much of the time. But the concept, namely trans-humanism, was quite interesting.
Jun 02, 2014 rated it really liked it
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I received a copy of this book via bostik communications. I enjoyed the book from start to finish. I do agree the bad language was unessassry. It almost felt like it was an afterthought. highly recommend for sci fi fans.
N.K. Wright
May 10, 2014 rated it liked it
A fascinating read set in future Earth, with contemporary overtones, eHuman Dawn kept me turning pages. Opening scenes reminded me a lot of The Matrix, but Anderson ably moved beyond that to explore her own world of electronic humans living in peace and prosperity throughout the world, but totally dependent on the system. Each eHuman still possesses a mind and spirit and can change--jump--to new bodies. The characters are strong, and elicit plenty of care and/or revulsion.

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Maria Rios
Jun 30, 2014 rated it really liked it
I have always wondered what a world would be like where a person wouldn't die, free of illness and other problems and this book gave a good idea of what that would look like. I really enjoyed the book, and it had me turning page after page. The plot and characters where really good. I would definitely recommend this book to all those science fiction lovers.
*I received a free copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.
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Jan 11, 2015 rated it really liked it
book read well, the ending seamed a little hurried in content, it also left room for the next book in the sequence. Not a read for young teens, has electronic sex,
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Author Interview with Nicole Sallak Anderson on her book eHuman Dawn 1 1 May 19, 2016 01:17AM  
Nicole Sallak Anderson is a Computer Science graduate from Purdue University. After graduation, she developed encryption and network security software, which inspired both the storyline and the science behind the eHuman Trilogy—both eHuman Dawn and eHuman Deception are available at Amazon, the third installment is expected in early 2016. She currently lives with her husband and two teenaged sons o ...more
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