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Human 76 : Fragments of a Fractured World

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“Quiet, you fool! You’re safe now!” Rough hands gripped Ghabrie. A kestrel swooped but Ghabrie could not hear its call. She could hear only Nahria’s shriek. Ghabrie strained to glimpse her little sister through the mass of rebellion warriors and Prometheans. The two sides were withdrawing, both claiming their spoils and retreating. Ghabrie thrashed: kicking, biting, strugg ...more
Paperback, 368 pages
Published June 17th 2016 by Michael Wombat
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Michael Wombat
Jun 19, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
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Caveat: I'm reviewing as the editor. The tales herein, written individually by authors from around the world, link remarkably to paint a thrilling picture of a young girl's journey through a land bristling with danger. Each author brings their own style, while contributing to the overall arc of Ghabrie's quest. All of the authors represented here are richly talented, and I am proud to have been their pilot.
Ruth
Jun 19, 2016 rated it it was amazing
I love the way the stories interconnect in this anthology! Lots of wonderful characters and adventures!! :)
Miranda Kate
Nov 06, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
This is my second time of reading this anthology, the first being as an editor. This time as a reader, I loved seeing how each story flowed after each other, and the order they had been put in that aided to the unveiling of the story. Each tale stands on its own, as well as being a part of the whole, and each with its own style adding something different, seeing the background tale from a fresh perspective. There was so much to enjoy, even on a second reading.

If you like post-apocalyptic tales,
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Angie
Feb 11, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
This is a very interesting idea because it is one story that has been written by different authors for each chapter. The main character is a girl who happens to have enhancements that give her certain abilities. She is searching for her sister who was not rescued at the same time that she was in the whole story is based around that search. She meets many other interesting people throughout her journey but even though the chapters were written by different people the character remains true and re ...more
Dr. Pete Meyers
Sep 15, 2016 rated it it was amazing
The interplay between the 14 authors in Human 76 could have easily made for the "fractured world" the title promises, but instead we're treated to an amazing collaboration where each new perspective and new character makes the entire world richer and adds new flavor and mystery to the legend of Ghabrie. The editors did an excellent job of weaving together a mix of storytelling styles into something that really felt cohesive but maintained the uniqueness of many voices. I'd love to read more in t ...more
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A Yorkshireman living in the rural green hills of Lancashire, Michael Wombat is a man of huge beard. He has a penchant for good single-malts, inept football teams, big daft dogs and the diary of Mr. Samuel Pepys. Abducted by pirates at the age of twelve he quickly rose to captain the feared privateer ‘The Mrs. Nesbitt’ and terrorised the Skull Coast throughout his early twenties. Narrowly escaping ...more