Sunday, February 21, 2016

Review of "I, Human" by John Nelson

"I, Human"  is written in a beautiful polished style. It is a craftfully created blend of science-fiction, dystopia, psycho-spiritual, and spy-story genres. Drawing on elements of classics like 1984, A Brave New World, or Neuromancer, it leads the reader into an imagined future where much of humanity have had genetically-created neural implants inserted into their brains. This enhances their analytic intelligence, while reducing emotions and feelings. The 'bornies' - those without such neutral implants - are more in touch with their feelings and energies; some have spiritual healing powers and are perceived as a threat by government powers.  I recommend it, as it is an engrossing, intelligent, thought-provoking read.

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