The Inhuman Race Commonwealth Empire #1 (Download Read) Author Yudhanjaya Wijeratne

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The most lucrative trade routes since even dust and ashes can serve a purpose In this surreal landscape where technology and humanity intersect we meet The Silent Girl – a survivor an explore After reading Numbercaste I m reducing my rating of The Inhuman Race to 15 because despite Numbercaste being a self published debut the writing was better and story was coherentWhile reading the book I think I went through the 5 stages of grief I was really confused annoyed and disappointed but near the end accepted it and was only passively reading I didn t care about what was happening I just wanted it to be over Pros The writing was not painful to read The book was mercifully short The female characters were characters and respectfully written My book was a floppy paperback The cover is pretty Good jobConsEverything elseWritingIt wasn t painful to read It was alright I could read it but it wasn t anything remarkable to be honest It was rather amateurish It was pretty much all telling and no showing There were also several grammatical and spelling errors like incorrectmissing spacing and missing hyphens which was a bit distracting This is the fault of the publisher who should closely proof read their manuscripts before publication My mother told me I should not have such high standards for Harper Collins India PlotThe first half was ok but then the story took a sharp left turn and started doing something completely different It made me wonder what was the point of any of it The second half was so boring It was like the author started writing one story ran out of steam or wrote himself into a corner and started writing something completely different World BuildingWaste of potential The I read the that was explained the worse the story got I wish less was explained because the real reasons were so lame And to be honest none of the world building made much sense There were why s but no how so it seemed really flimsy You d think a world with a drastically different history and technology would be drastically different but no basically the same but worse with out of place super advance tech How did any of this happen Who knows Nothing makes sense ThemesUnoriginal Not really as deep as the author seems to think it is Pretty much standard almost cliche sci fi tbh Tl drWould not recommend Read full spoiler filled review on my blog HERE

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The Inhuman Race Commonwealth Empire #1

The year is 2033 The British Empire never fell Communism never happened The Commonwealth flies the flag of the Empire Many of the Empire’s colonies are stripped bare in the name of British in Ugha nice ugh by the waythis is creepy crazyThe Inhuman Race by Yudhanjaya Wijeratne a Sri Lankan writer marks the first time I am reading science fiction Hell yeah I have never read science fiction though I have been fascinated by writers like Ray Bradbury Arthur C Clarke and HG Wells It took me some time to get into the groove of this book But boy the narrative the ambience the setting and the crazy crazy world it describes is what kept me engrossed I loved the almost chaotic very surreal world of tech bods and tech waste in a world where the British Empire has never fallen and Ceylon is struggling to keep afloat on its past glories and current violence I loved the mention of contemporary political mooring in the books how a futuristic world is almost dominated by children being subjects of tech games being watched and logged in that brief analogy to cricket as an almost blood sport that was mentioned almost in passing was sheer brilliancewould recommend this for science fiction and dystopian book readers this be the last book for 2018Thank you Harper Collins India for a review copy All opinions are my own

Review The Inhuman Race Commonwealth Empire #1

Terests powerless to resist Upon this stage is Ceylon – a once proud civilization tracing itself back to the time of the Pharaohs reduced but not dead The Great Houses of Kandy still control not good


10 thoughts on “The Inhuman Race Commonwealth Empire #1

  1. says:

    This story deserves 5 stars but I'm not going to give it Harper Collins India you have ruined a good book But positives first The story starts in the year 2033 Elizabeth the Third is ueen of England and its various dominions the Chinese are a powerful contender and the city of Colombo is a destroyed wasteland We follow the life of a girl who is dumb and communicates with the aid of a radio by playing pre recorded phrases

  2. says:

    Ugha nice ugh by the waythis is creepy crazyThe Inhuman Race by Yudhanjaya Wijeratne a Sri Lankan writer marks

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    The Inhuman Race #1 of Commonwealth EmpireBy Yudhanjaya Wijeratne Population ten zillion and sixWhere signs say Welcome to the Star Core MetropolisMe I live on the wired side of townReaching and searching for a space called paradise foundMetropolis by Janelle MonaeIn 1927 German moviemaker Fritz Lang made a silent Sci Fi movie th

  4. says:

    But if we kill them all are we any better than themName The Inhuman RaceWritten By Yudhanjaya WijeratnePublished by HarperCollinsPages 187Review Power a small word which controls the entire civilizationIt has always been about power in terms

  5. says:

    After reading the first chapter I closed the book because dystopian children are a very disturbing theme for me But thought of giving it another try and finished the story this weekend What made this story uniue is the story set in Sri Lanka and Yudhanjaya’ cultural and political references which made it very familiar yet dissimilar to the present period The concept was not new to me also I didn’t like t

  6. says:

    not good

  7. says:

    After reading Numbercaste I'm reducing my rating of The Inhuman Race to 15 because despite Numbercaste being a self published debut the writing was better and story was coherentWhile reading the book I think I went through t

  8. says:

    A very promising start to a trilogy The Inhuman Race is set in a future Sri Lanka where cyborg children fight each other for the ente

  9. says:

    Book Name The Inhuman RaceAuthor Yudhanjaya WijeranteGenre FictionPublisher Harper CollinsNote Book 1 in the Commonwealth seriesPlot The year is 2033 The British Empire never fell The Commonwealth flies the flag of the Empire Many of the Empire's colonies are stripped bare in the name of British interests powerless to resist Upon this stag

  10. says:

    The inhuman raceFor ages millennials people of this world have been seeking out power It's the only constant thing in our world people often struggle for this Some seek it in terms of wealth others with positionKeeping this fact in mind The Inhuman Race describes a tale of an unknown world a world where the humans co ex

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