Book Review: Sub-Human by David Simpson

Sub-Human (Post-Human Series Book 1)

Author: David Simpson

Publisher: Post Human Media

Released: November 16, 2013


Before he was Old-timer, he was Craig Emilson, a young doctor, sucked into military service at the outbreak of World War III. Enlisting to become a Special Forces suborbital paratrooper, Craig is selected to take part the most important mission in American military history—a sortie into enemy territory to eliminate the world’s first strong Artificial Intelligence. The mission is only the beginning of Craig’s story, and for the story of humanity as well, as they accelerate towards a world that is post-human.


I kinda read this book on a whim after getting the book through BookBub for free along with the three following books (The reviews to follow as well).

I had trouble putting the book down. I read this on my kindle app. David writes a well thought out story about two groups of people vying for control of the world through an advanced AI that would make humans seem rather insignificant.

Craig leads a mission to help rid the world of an evil AI, when in fact another AI is being constructed at that very moment.

David introduces us to some very interesting characters and sucks the reader right into the plot of the book. You walk along the story with Craig as your pilot. This story pulled me in right away. Your post-apocalyptic cyberworld novel. an interesting version of a dystopian novel.


I highly recommend this novel.


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