I, Human Part One The New Renaissance by Vito Veii

I, Human Part One The New Renaissance

By Vito Veii

  • Release Date: 2014-02-06
  • Genre: Science Fiction
Score: 4
From 38 Ratings
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Attention lovers of serious fantasy and science fiction. For your consideration, a fantasy/sci-fi epic that will take you to the boundaries of the galaxy, where good and evil battle it out on the physical and metaphysical planes.

‘I, Human’ is an original, thought-provoking, epic fantasy/science fiction series, that also has elements of metaphysics, philosophy, psychology, and the paranormal.I, Human is an original, thought provoking epic fantasy science fiction series. It has elements of science fiction, action, adventure, epic fantasy, hard science fiction, metaphysics, philosophy, psychology and the paranormal. The series is for those who like to ponder interesting ideas and enjoy an epic story along the way.

Come on a quest of discovery and adventure as Captain Magnusson, Padre, Vlen, Astra, Ambassador Legari, and others on board the star carrier Veda explore multi-dimensional worlds and alternate realities.

This book and the others in the series, are dedicated to people of good will and all kindred spirits past, present, and future.


  • So far.... so good

    By The Irish Sniper
    Rather abrupt ending for the first book. But an overall great read!
  • Beginning

    By Mb 5556
    A slow start, but getting interesting.
  • Intriguing introduction

    By crawfordes
    I just finished. Will get book two as soon as I am done with this review.
  • Entriging

    By Vonrickstr
    I know that I am interested because I was disappointed at the end not having more to read
  • 3 Stars. Can't recommend. Sorry.

    By Playing to relax
    The book doesn't engage me. The author says, in the preface, that the first volume starts off at a leisurely pace to introduce the characters and setting; that the pace increases in the second volume; and there are a total of 34 chapters including the five in the first volume. I agree with the author that the first volume is leisurely; in fact, I would go so far as to say it is slow. I couldn't get interested enough to finish the first volume, let alone continue for what I estimate might be another six. However, there are few mistakes in spelling, punctuation, and sentence structure so, if it is still free, you might want to try it for yourself