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Upgrade: The Complete Human++ Trilogy

Narrated by: William Dufris
Length: 24 hrs and 40 mins
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Summary

From New York Times and USA Today best-selling author Dima Zales, discover an action-packed science-fiction adventure that will keep you listening late into the night.

Mike Cohen has it all figured out. A successful venture capitalist, he’s got billions in the bank, a lifestyle any New Yorker would kill for, and - if he plays his cards right - a shot with his cute, punky coworker. But everything changes when the life-altering technology he's developing lands him in the middle of a global conspiracy, and the only way to save himself, his loved ones, and his tech is to embed the highly experimental Brainocytes in his own brain.

Brainocytes transform the human experience, making you smarter, faster, and more powerful. With enemies at every turn, Mike must use his newly enhanced capabilities to save his family, his friends, and ultimately, the world.

This bundle contains all three audiobooks of the thrilling Human++ trilogy. If you're a fan of science fiction, futuristic technology, witty humor, and edge-of-your-seat adventure, this is the series for you.

©2018 Dima Zales (P)2018 Dima Zales

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lots of detail, story takes forever to unfold.

It goes on and on talking about emails and teck and the look on peoples faces............Six hours in and I'm still waiting for some sort of development to the story. It's narrated quite well but it's taking so long to get to the point of the story that I am losing the will to live or interest in the 'story'.

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A fab listen.

I have to say I absolutely love Williams voice. The story was quite long but still really good. A little bit confusing at times (maybe because I don't have brainocites) but still thoroughly enjoyable. Mike Cohen is brilliant and invents brainocites that can help get his mother back from brain trauma that's making her forget and making her confused. But when you have something that can utilise the brain, you have to be careful that the wrong people don't want it and can use it for evil. This is the second series of Dima Zales that I have read/listened to. I absolutely love the Sasha Urban series and this series didn't disappoint. I received a free copy of this book by the author but this is my honest review. We have so much time at the moment (alot of us are self isolating) so give it a listen. You won't be disappointed.

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  • Andre M. Nel
  • 27-11-19

way, way too much breaking glass, explosions...

gave up reading it something I do not normally do. way, way too much breaking glass, car chases, explosions, gun battles. written at the 13 or 14 year old boy.

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  • Maggie
  • 12-08-20

Juvenile

Disappointing. Too much violence and last minute rescue. Lacks depth. I finished the book reluctantly.

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  • Aidhel
  • 30-05-20

Wanted to like it...

The first book was good, interesting premise and characters, immersive plot, and overall a great listen. The second and third book, unfortunately, spiral downward with the third book hinging on a plot, or rather how the characters interact with the plot, that’s frustratingly ludicrous - especially given the prior events and how you’ve come to know the characters. I found myself groaning and cursing audibly as the characters, who are written (up to that point) as beyond geniuses, bumble around like absolute dolts. Super disappointing.
I did like the voice actor, though. His range when voicing different characters was more than adequate, though not especially impressive, and without him I wouldn’t have been able to finish this one. Hats off to Mr. Dufris.

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  • M. Smith
  • 01-10-19

Love it

I loved reading this series and when I saw that they released an audio version I had to get it! This series will keep you riveted to the end and now you can listen to it!

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  • George Sutton
  • 05-05-19

Too much uncreative BS

It's too bad the author didn't have more creative ideas. The overall story was great, just littered with too many attempts at romanticism that were hard to stomach and so many old worn out twists to make it interesting. Just doing kill that bad guys and quit trying to show how PC your are!

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  • grumpy old blind guy
  • 18-09-18

Who is this guy…

mild spoiler alert, but I only read through about chapter 10 before I couldn't go any further so it can't be much of a spoiler.

What kind of person is concerned about what other people think of him in traffic when he's chasing the vehicle that has kidnapped his mother?

I realize that for the rest of the story to go on she Hass to be kidnapped, but come on. it completely breaks reality for me that there can be anyone this week and this incompetent.

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