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Free Kindle ebook Sci-Fi Boxset - Post-Human Omnibus Edition (1-4) - 4.3 stars in 2,770 reviews

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Amazon is offering the free Kindle set for Post-Human Omnibus Edition (1-4) by David Simpson. 4.3 stars in 2,770 reviews

David Simpson's bestselling and award-winning Post-Human science fiction adventure series has been downloaded on the Kindle over one million times in the last three years, delighting readers with a blend of thought-provoking philosophy, cutting edge and speculative science fiction, and high-octane, action-packed suspense, mystery, and adventure. Readers have compared it most often with the works of science fiction master Isaac Asimov and have delighted in turning pages filled to the brim with all the best that science fiction and cyberpunk have to offer, like nanobots, A.I., androids, post-humans, cyborgs, and a cast of likeable characters, suspense, and star-crossed love that you won't be able to resist. Ready to get hooked by this science fiction suspense thriller? Then download the Post-Human adventure and experience it for yourself!
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Created 01-21-2018 at 12:26 PM by megakimcheelove
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Got this free back in 2014. It's a pretty good read.
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Real reviews, or shill reviews? 4 & 5 Star reviews compared to what? Nebula and Hugo award winning writers and books? Is this self published writer on par with say Heinlein, Asimov, Pournelle, Brin, etc?

I have always had serious issues with really high reviews of works by authors who cannot even get a real book deal. Especially with the prevalence of paid reviews for self published authors.
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